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Random First Lines:Have you ever wondered about extra-dimensional beings? Other universes? Aliens? Well this is something like that. It's my personal views on the... » Read
By Chris Stevenson
Four sleepover teenagers get sucked into a nightmarish world when an ancient dreamcatcher explodes and lands them in the midst of demonic and monstrous entities. They must search for the light of the web, the opending where all good things are allowed to pass through.
Mia is a 23 year old ballerina who is on her way to her wedding remembering her past childhood life when something unexpected happens.
By Cassey Dracotone
Just how often do you wake up? Or...never?
By John Henwick
I am very much aware that the art writing does not flow in my blood and what I wrote here is complete and utter garbage, there is absolutely no reason you would want to read this. However, this is something very personal to me that I just had to put into words. Perhaps I should've just kept it...
By Felix Gricaj
It's a short story about a dream that I had today (2015-04-01) be fairly warned that it involves sex that's why it's rated as R. It is a story about a mysterious man that I met, later on he turns out to be into guys too...the rest won't be spoiled here.
Short Story | Updated Apr 24, 2015 | Reads: 79 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Just kidding, it's not really horror, but to me, it was nightmare. Just another weird dream I had. Thought I could scare little children again. Hope you like it.
Short Story | Updated Apr 23, 2015 | Reads: 37 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 6
By Ted Gerard
Another passing thought. What do you think?
taken from my book, "Into The Direction Of Where"
Gen lives in the small town of Aurora, Colorado springs with her irresponsible uncle. She was orphaned by her parents when they were in an uncanny, freak car accident that only Gen survived from. She is soon whisked to the world she should have been born into that's within all of us. What were...
By Cassey Dracotone
The title is self-explanatory. Tsuki means moon in Japanese.
A note to oneself about the sins, forgiveness, the perils of war, and the selflessness to others.
By Cat Rassa
The narrator is a creative person who experiences fascinating stories in their mind with alternate realities and egos, but in truth they're just a normal kid.
Poetry | Updated Apr 10, 2015 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0