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By Meg Smith
She was lost, left behind, forgotten. No one knew where she was.She didn't even know where she was and now, she had no one but herself.
By Brandy Jean Cassady
I was a horrible child to my step-mother who raised me. I blamed her for my sadness. Now I'm grown and am asking her for forgiveness.
Having made a deal with the devil that she is happy with and he regrets, CL unleashes hell on those closest to her in this first of a series on a blessed girl turned villain who narrates directly to and at the audience in a horror-suspense styled voice while losing her grip on reality and...
"I broke my wrist!", I screamed out.
"What!.....wait, how??", Mom said.
"I broke my wrist! I need a doctor please" I cried out.
"Raven, what happened" she said.
Short Story | Updated Apr 28, 2014 | Reads: 242 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Anthony Mb
This story concerns a five year old child's relationship with his mother... or lack thereof. Speaking about the people we love, it's a testament to the difference between who they are and who we want them to be; or in this case, the difference between the daydreams of this child's overactive...
By Joey Carson
Here is a short story that I wrote about my experience with my very first surgery in August of 1997 and my conversation with my Anesthesiologist before my surgery.
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Meet Emma Woodhouse, a twenty-one year old woman that tells her crazy story about her discovery undeneath of her wooden house, the same wooden house that she's grew up in and felt comfortable in...until she made a gruesome discovery. At six, Emily was more like a...
Centralia, Pennsylvania was burned down on May 27, 1962. Ever since then, night has not been safe. Everyone has to retreat to the church for protection but whoever doesn't get to the church on time, will have to face what lurks beneath the darkness of Centralia.
By Charlie Farthing
I will not and cannot consider myself a victim of child abuse. In fact I feel I am just as much to blame, so how could I possibly consider myself a victim.
I long ago came to terms as to how I feel about myself in isolation. Every day feels like a parody of a normal life, a dirty hidden...
Short Story | Updated Apr 19, 2014 | Reads: 31 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Jennifer Colloy
It is October in Springs Valley, and the only birthday that day is now 16 year old Ryn Mitchel's. This spunky high-schooler is off to a great start until small town Spring Valley is thrown into a great scare when a fellow student is found dead in the parking lot of East Spring High School;...
By Arie Loston
Poetry | Updated Apr 16, 2014 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Ally Shark
I don't know if you guys know this, but April is child abuse prevention month. I absolutely hate child abusers! This is my way to spread the word. (And Booksie and my iPad better let me format is right!)
Luna is tired of suffering from her family. She wants to end it all but does not have the guts to do so. She plays her piano to try to ease the pain but the pain she is trying to ease is too strong to handle.
When wife of an important government official is threatened to be killed if she doesn't end the life of her own lover, she looses everything to defend him in times of great trouble for their city.