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The story is a depiction of the scenerio of those slums whose houses were demolished during 2000-2010 in the period prior to 2010 Commonwealth games. Demolition of Yamuna-Pushta as it came to be known in newspapers.
By Damian Vincent Henry
The boy in the rain has felt immense pain.
Poetry | Updated Oct 6, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Georgina V Solly
A disagreeable surprise for three children who trespass.
Seeing the storm from the inside.
By Prasad Nambiar
When you are obsessed with despair and desolation..
Poetry | Updated Mar 6, 2014 | Reads: 38 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
My attempt at a zombie novel...I've wanted to do a zombie story for a while and had some free time so finished chapter one...will post more as I finish it...am liking what I have so far though
This poem is inspired by the psychological thriller movies and books I like to read.
A short story about a man named Joe who witnesses the end of life and the world as he knew it.
Quickly chase the fading light.
No room for weakness, waking up to see the shadows of night terrors past
The only perceivable figure.
Poetry | Updated Aug 21, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Old Sea
You have to have someone to share your loneliness...
This is a short story that I'm writing for the Challenge Maker's Mystery Contest but also have been planning to write this for some time now. It is the background story to my novel and how this town of Winchester Gap came to be the way that it is. It is almost a prologue to the prologue in 'Big...
There is a secret society of aging adults that are just on the cusp of being forgotten. Not as mobile as they once were they may not get out much. Their adult children have lives of their own so are not often seen. A spouse may have already passed and the individual is left aloneâ€¦ alone to...
A very brief video presentation to my newly published book along with a link to my authors website and where to purchase the book.
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