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By Mabina Georgina
How do you convince yourself to stop falling for someone who will never catch you?
How do you tell your heart to stop beating for someone who is deaf to its sound?
How do you stop following their every step, movement, breath?
How do I un-love you?
An unborn baby treats the passengers on a bus to a musical concert.
Short Story | Updated May 12, 2015 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Ryan Wangy
Poem about the experience of an unforgettable moment.
By Bhavya Sinha
ONE DIRECTION !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Short Story | Updated Nov 18, 2014 | Reads: 37 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 3
By Kimberly Adams
After a private plane accident, teenage pop star Charlotte and her sister Megan find themselves stranded on the side of a mountain. Charlotte and Megan find themselves at odds with each other frequently. Will they be found before it is too late?
By Wendy Grace
Lucy Combs just moved to California with her best friend Mia Lazarri. They're going to a concert for their new favorite band, The Gatekeepers. At the concert, Lucy needs to find help, and fast, and who better to help her than the band themselves? Leo, Victor, Shane, Jay and Owen arrive just in...
Darkness is a form of loneliness. Loneliness is a form of darkness. Those are the words that swim furiously around my head while I stand in this dark, empty room filled with blood-red doors all around me. Those words cover up the truth which are the real words that are swimming around my head....
By Ally Shark
I wrote this today at a writing conference during a poetry workshop. I only had ten minutes, so sorry if it isn't my best. It's just a cute little family reunion poem that involves a guy from the military. The seventh grade English teacher liked it, so here I am sharing it. Enjoy!
The artificial rivalry between Maps and Mazes and Depraved Hallway Fern briefly becomes real, but cooler heads prevail and both bands attempt to refocus their musical identities
Depraved Hallway Fern and Maps and Mazes both perform at South By So What and event coordinators see value in creating an artificial rivalry between the two
By Apoorva Raghunandan
An experience as a listener at a concert.
This is what I would like out of life
Ryan and Sarah go to a summer concert, Madeline catches Kyle buying alcohol for underage kids and Shelly freaks out Mayor Sarandon with her ambitious plans for their relationship
To be honest, I got the idea for most of this in the middle of a mosh pit.
Worded-out feelings featuring a cello and her cellist.