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Random First Lines:A Haiku - How I felt about the employees in Times Square in -10 degree weather standing around having photos with tourists. They must not earn much. » Read
Poetry | Updated Mar 19, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
an intro to my up and coming novel
By Culford Smith
A short story of Business, Revenge, and Gunfights, also Drunkedness!!!
One life-altering bullet takes the life of someone at a grocery store.
By Shyam Sundar Bulusu
A quiet town in Arizona.
A bank heist and murder by wanted bandits.
A strangerâ€™s mysterious entry into the town.
A crusade against the bandits begins.
Short Story | Updated Feb 7, 2014 | Reads: 93 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 4
By Lost Writer
this is fictional, but the area I live in, it could very well be a possibility...
this could be portrayed as a brother/sister, or sister/sister relationship, whichever you want it to be.
By Thomas Chambers
A haiku that I had passed around the room of my creative writing class that my tutor and a few others added to.
Joan was born into the Tinket family, who own a chain of Theaters which has gained the family money and success. Despite the money and fame that Joan's last name gives her, she tends to shy away from the limelight. Joan is more interested in developing her art career, until she meets the man of...
This is a story about love. Not exactly the good side of love but an important part of it which we tend to forget. The possibilities that come with it. Embrace the good in people, dont be scared to get hurt, as getting hurt is part of life. it is a lesson we learn but not a lesson we can ever...
By Yasmina S Lasker
Inspired by the hit song Gold Digger, here is the story through a woman's eyes.
By Tom Oldman
On the way home from work, an American working for a Japanese software house has a woman fall literally into his arms. This is their story.
What would you do, if, one day, a gun was left on your doorstep? This is the question two people must face in this tale, a dark, twisting mystery set in the shadowy streets of London.
By R J Cuervo
Just another weird poem that spilled out of my head.
Poetry | Updated Jul 24, 2013 | Reads: 24 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
This was for FrootLoop246's Song Contest. My chosen song was: Pumped up Kicks, by Foster the People. This story is kind of messed up. This boy just ain't right...
By Jennifer Brighton
Of Scars, Blood, and Shallow Graves. (a teaser continuance)