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Wolenstencroft has been free from most supernaturâ€‹al occurrenceâ€‹s ever since the previous sheriff and his regime wiped out the last of the witches. However, in one moment, in their hearts, at the sound of a woman's cry, the town's people are reminded of the darkness that follows...
By Lee Foreman
This is a poem that I wrote dedicated to my mom. Inspired by my grandmothers greeting of peace...(My grandmother would always greet us with 'PEACE' and we would reply back with 'GRACE')
By Victoria Anne Marie
Looking a a Collboration on this. The story is mostly going unfinished.
A woman, on the last day she lives, who goes back and describes the past thrity days where she fulfilled a bucket list, and found love, God, and a better life. She relies on an imaginary friend called "The Man In The Room"...
By Christopher Stewart
Over the last decade or so, file sharing has become a widespread phenomenon. As much as having the possibility of exchanging information almost instantaneously can represent a blessing in terms of communication and progress, it obviously opens the door to pursuits that enjoy a far less angelic...
By Christian Taylor
This is my first collaboration effort with fellow poet Darkism...we did an awesome job on this poem and I recommend anyone to check out Darkism's page. An excellent poet and a pleasure to work with a great poet!
Check out the poem!
Others actions so change everyone else
By Amity Willows
Yet another phone collaboration between me and my friend, this time in progress. This story is meant to be longer then most of our collaborations, and we will write a chapter here and there. Please enjoy!
The red writing is mine, while the blue is my friend.
By Amity Willows
Yet another story collaboration created by me and my friend. Red is me and my friend is blue. Please enjoy. :-)
Written with this guy: www.allpoetry.com/Lord+Dracon
I adore doing collaborations, so comment or whatever, if you want to do one with me ^_^ I adapt easily.
Yet another collaboration with myself and Dmonik/ThePsuedoMe.
Here's a challenge for y'all. Which one of us wrote which stanzas?