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A collection of short stories; one about a special Ferris wheel, one about an antique doll - plus numerous Christmas tales.
By Ketsueki Mccormick
Cirque Twon, Illinois was once a town so ordinary and nice, being on the map (which they were not) meant nothing to the inhabitants. In truth, it was thought that something terrible could never happen to the town, because such a thing would only be a signal that God had turned mean. Still, this...
By Ketsu Mccormick
On Friday, October 13, everyone in Cirque Town was dead. Everyone accept 73 children. And with their new beliefs... their new species, they will let themselves thrive. But how long can they really survive?
By Simon Arthur
The Safola girls are sight seeing in Suva, Fiji while the Salofa boys have gone fishing. They meet back at their home on the Fijian island of Kadavu. They have a bbq feast and some goes horribly wrong. Read this story to find out what happens. This story was brought to you by the letter F.
Short Story | Updated Mar 5, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
the forgotten ache of remembering.
Miscellaneous | Updated Jun 16, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I'm not sure what inspired this, except the idea of loss at what might be an unusual setting.
Romantic, Cliched imagery combined with carnival/fair imagery. Ferris wheels can have many hidden meanings to it and can be compared to many things (As love can be too)Love is exciting like a ferris wheel, and love can also have it's downpours too. Just like the game/battle of...
Essay | Updated Dec 31, 2009 | Reads: 351 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
carnival lights are blinding;;
Chicago has a rich history, but not all of it has stayed in the past. Read about Chicago's infamous Sausage King, the crime he committed, and the ghost that would haunt him for it. Be careful, though. After reading, you might never look at sausage the same way.