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A very short, heartbreaking tragedy about a homeless mother and child.
Short Story | Updated Dec 28, 2013 | Reads: 55 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Ted Gerard
What would you do to save the world?
By Depressed David
Inner Anguish Of A Victim Of Abuse. A Classic Tale Of Teenage Love, The Inevitable En. Coming. Destroying. Ending.
Left to interpretation
True Story, inspired by a Prophet in the states, and compelled by God.
By Chris Marcus Rich
I was thinking about my childhood. I wanted to illustrate how negative experiences push us to hide our true selves
By Samantha Wellings
Little six-year-old Maxine's story takes the reader through her horrible life with her drunken father and the loneliness of school.
((Rated the way it is for language and explicit content.))
"We all have storms in our lives. They remind us that hardships will always come, yet they never last. Just keep the hope and faith that comes with the light."-Unknown.
Short Story | Updated Dec 6, 2013 | Reads: 21 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I never knew that you would leave me so soon.
I never knew those would be,
the last days that I'd be spending with you.
By Cc Chuks
A young Muslim woman in an ailing marriage is haunted by her premonition that the night could get worse as she attends an evening dinner party. The last person she wants to run into is her husband.
Tern sees a swallowtail in a forest clearing.
When the stolen mythical needle of fate is miraculously recovered within a hay stack evil mage, Gragular, is plotting to use it in combination with a powerful dark spell to twist the sinews of time it is up to Nigeal the mistreated servant boy to recover the needle and revoke the spell using...
Tern sees a skipper butterfly in a grass field.
Another rainy day