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Sometimes the cold weather can make us do bizarre things ... even if it's only a day dream...
By Aurora Lynn
Claire has had an easy live living in New York City, her father being one of the richest men in the world. A few years ago though she made a selfish decision she has come to regret. Now given the chance to redeem herself will she be forgiven?
Ok, so I was on the bus coming home the other week, and I was looking out of the window and saw this old guy sitting on a log, eating a sandwich, and behind him it was like there was nothing but trees, grass, weeds etc. It was such an incongruous image, because it was in the middle of a city, it...
By Kean Flynn
There was an erotic poetry night at my university, so I figured I would drum something up for reading. So essentially, sex. It was written in the vain as some confessional poetry that I had been reading for my Contemporary Literature class. (Plath, Sexton, Lowell, etc.)
The most important motif...
By Ally Shark
Annabelle is what she calls a "street singer." She wanders around New York City, singing and playing guitar in hope of donations from generous people. All she wants is enough money to buy food and water. Sadly, the New Yorkers have stopped giving, and it's harder for her to make a living. When...
By Joseph Realsing
Burz, Nazir, and Arenal enter the Imperial City and go meet Malak, the vendor of Hash n' Slash. Enjoy :)
This is a Response to Lit on the book City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau. Read to get some examples of my work! MY TOPIC IS NEVER GIVE UP, YOURS MAY BE DIFFERENT IF WRITTEN IN CLASS.
Book Review | Updated Feb 3, 2014 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A story about a town with paper cut-outs as its inhabitants.
A boy named Ditor has to rally a mob and overthrow President Crit, who resides in The Newsroom, the tallest building in Newstown
**WRITTEN FOR ANDREAPYKETT'S NEW BEGINNING CONTEST**
This is created as a contrast to my previous poem, 'The Hidden World We do not see'. Artificial Dystopia
Just a piece of poetry, I submitted for a competition last year. Living, breathing City, an artificial utopia.
Just this random idea I got and decided to bring it to life. Short story about a girl who has always wanted to move to the big city despite her mother's wishes.
Short Story | Updated Jan 21, 2014 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Audrey Ever grew up with dreams, as most New Yorkers tend to have. But when her first written play gets approved for Broadway, Audry gets thrown from make-up artist to playwright and her dreams spark to life. Naturally, her best friend Claire is her female lead, but when the directer insists...
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Ramprastha Primera - A part of Ramprastha City, 450+ acres township in sector 37D, Gurgaon. The township has direct access from Dwarka...
By Sarah Estime
Home in Fifteen is about a working class mid-twenty year old who finds herself analyzing her failed romances and her lonely life. My stream of consciousness taps into the reasons behind her rejecting and rejection. The story unfolds like some sort of John Marin drawing. From cocky weasels to...
By Seiiki Akuma
Conner is haunted by a vary unusual dream about a giant, scaley, black beast locked in ice. This gargantuous monster speaks and becons Conner to free it but Conner, only being a dream, can't do anything, and he's not sure he wants to. Conner eventually wakes up after the dreams and continues an...