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Random First Lines:Surrendered Identity Book Review
Christian Author Robin Theis writes a profound book in Surrendered Identity that speaks openly on her life and... » Read
Just seen my ex with his new girl...
By Ami Brewis
Abbey Mikaelson died, and it wasn't an accident. I committed suicide. No one was there to stop me. No one was there to help.No one cared what happened.My sister hated me, my ex-best friend left me behind, and there's a red-headed devil that was the bane of my existence. To some people I might...
The crumbling tunnels of an old society are all that I have, as I remember the old, and make way for the new.
By Ben Martin
A story about an mans obsession with his neighbours.
I would love to get some feedback from people and see what other readers and writers think of my work. Thank you and please be nice it's my first time.
What's the first word that comes to mind when I say angel?
Innocent, white, beautiful?
No, no and yes.
The truth is, angels are protectors. Every human has a protector at one point in their lives. There are three different types of angels. All you need to know is that I am a perf angel. We're...
Broken people may acknowledge beauty around them surrounding others, but for them their world its different
My thoughts in those last moments.
My head keeps doing this all the time
When I die, Will you be at my side
Poetry | Updated Mar 9, 2014 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 4
By Angela Thorn
I wrote this for a friend, but decided to share, enjoy.
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Dustin and Gianna have always dreamed of having a baby and starting a family of their own. What happens when disaster comes knocking at their door...
This is for a contest.
A story that begins with a man, looking to kill himself at an assisted suicide facility; however, he is rejected from assisted suicide but given a strange proposition by a group of masked men known only as 'The Assistants'. They offer him a solution in return for him saving someone else's life....
By Josh Holmes
Dedicated to the parents who have lost a child.
Poetry | Updated Feb 16, 2014 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Connors girlfriend dies in a horrible twist of fate and feels like the only way to talk to her is to write to her. Elsie's background:Was diagnosed with Leukaemia at age 3 and was in and out of hospital until she was 14. From then she became rebellious, daring, life loving and bubbly until a...