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You opened my eyes.
I love you!
By Tahir Hamid
This is a humorous outlook of how a person named Adam is coached by his friend James of what to say, what to do and how to act during a date. Of course Adam is the fat and nervous type of person who is desperate for a date to work out. He ends up dating someone who is woman who has swindled a...
By Evan Musto
A women you know is no good for you, but you ignore your reservations and fall into her trap.
A different kind of love in a skewed sense.
I wondered if you liked me. The glances that you stole me did say so. But maybe I was wrong..? Coz there was a whole lot of stuff hidden behind those sunglasses...
short sweet little valentines day poem
By Eileen Mcbriar
A poem relating to my experiences of visits to this breathtaking beautiful country of scenic delight.
Lucy has known her twin sister Darcy all of her life, at least she thinks she has. However, on the night of her 16th birthday, Lucy discovers the horrifying truth of who her sister really is.
By Alex The Shadow Girl
Sometimes you feel insecure, like you are loosing your loved one. It feels like the love is fading away or the attraction you once had is not there anymore.Emma felt the same way about Lucas. She felt like their relationship was loosing its meaning. Had they really lost the charm?
Short Story | Updated Jul 2, 2014 | Reads: 158 | Comments: 13 | Likes: 58
By Shaina Nunez
Falling In Love Is Not What They Said.
By Miss Necrosica
A poem about the magical word "Abracadabra".
I started writing a story in early year 11 and lost it. I recovered it about a month ago and decided to edit it and write it further. This is the first two chapters.
Romance, skepticism, blurred out memories, sound familiar? All a part of life. We all go through it, the crushes we never make.
This piece is about a popular high-school girl and ways in which she is misinterpreted.