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My name is female subject Y. my real name is Sunset, though it docent matter anyway. I was selected at birth for the subject program of operation Fracture, the first successful subject. I'd never expected my life to turn out this why but hey, who would? all I know now is that if I wasn't to hang...
By Satyarth Nayak
THE EMPEROR'S RIDDLES
By: Satyarth Nayak
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By May Wolf
74H6926490T96YH357D â€¦ was the simple string of code that has haunted me ever since I laid eyes on it, and it has been burned into my memory, it wasnâ€™t always like that; before it haunted me I thought it was beautiful, a work of computer art which I was in awe at.
I wish I...
A history of writing back to the beginning. Lots of stuff that is on booksie, mostly a blog full of drafts. Worth it for the history.
Silence is the night until the day is forlorn.
The year is 2175; the world as we used to know it is long gone. All around the world sterilization has begun. No longer are we able to have children. The cities are walled off from the dying world keeping everything dangerous out and maintaining civil life on the inside. Rebels are still out...
Novel | Updated Jun 22, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
this is a poem about all the characters in one of my books. I had to change all but two of the names. =[ some names are in code and/or are nicknames there are no spelling mistakes in it. Okay? It's just where i put a name in.
Poetry | Updated Mar 31, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
this is a song that the slaves used to sing. It has a code in it. A drinking gourd is what slave used for drinking instead of cups. The Big Dipper looks a lot like a drinking gourd and the slaves needed to follow the North star to freedom.
Angus feels the need to escape from his confusing and repetitive life. So he needs to runaway to someplace. Not from. To. He loved paper, and that's why he chose Oxford.