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Random First Lines:Ken was at his Dallas office when a strange call came to his phone. The caller informed him that his parents and Jade, his kid brother, were all... » Read
By Charlie Dewatt
Hi everyone this is a short story about how narrator got a message from the nature for living a good life. By his observations. Hope you will like it . Please ignore my language mistakes.
They loved each other so much that they were willing to sacrifice one of themselves so that they could become one.
Short Story | Updated Dec 26, 2013 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
A piece I wrote in my creative writing class in which we attempted to model Hemingway's style of dialogue and subtext.
A young boy idolizes aa older girl from afar and worships until one devastating move...
The comparison of marijuana and tobacco and why all tobocco products should be outlawed
By Eileen Mcguinness
Smoking causes cancer and other respiratory diseases which is why many people are now quitting this filthy habit.In the good old days when movie stars promoted smoking everyone thought it was cool to follow.If you value your health and want to live longer then it might be a good idea to quit...
It just came to me. I don't really know how much of this is remotely plausable, but I let the story choose itself and I'm not gonna make any more excuses. Assassins, recruits, ENJOY! And please, please comment *hug* thankee
Short Story | Updated Jan 4, 2011 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 4
A MAN IN ROCESTER AND HIS CIGAR AND MEMORIES.
Poetry | Updated Oct 17, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Randy and Cam were stuck in the Studio Six Recording room while the entire building burned down. Can they find their way out before time runs out?
A box of debauched recollections.
The door to the office sticks as she turns the brass handle, tempered by it she barges her hip into it. The door opens; a crackling hinge. Her eyes master the room like sheâ€™d been trained to search it. Every book, dusty lamp and leaky pen told its story. Her feet shifted casually, one...