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Short Story | Updated Jul 2, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a story about Tavita, his uncle & cousin as they encounter a true mystery on the south seas. An origin story of sorts.
Short Story | Updated Jun 12, 2015 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Somebody must have seen something, she couldnâ€™t just have disappeared. Did she get onto the ferry or did she slip away after her mother drove off? Was she actually missing or didnâ€™t she want to be found? But why? No that was not an option, she would phone her parents.
This is a Continuation of JEF's short story,
Two kids from Alaska, go on a late night fishing expedition, but instead of catching fish like they planned, they caught something else.....But the real question is, what is this mysterious being's intentions? good..or something much more sinister...
By Carter Block
A poem of a morning of fishing.
By Angie Blake
Someone gets murdered on the dock in Independence, Oregon. Johnny gets the call. Follow the case as Johnny unravels a twisted mystery of murder, suspense and horror. Will he be able to solve the murder, and come out alive? Can you solve it before Johnny will?
By Lb Studio
So, with a few good cheers the Fishermanâ€™s Anonymous meeting got started. The meeting took place in the back room of Woodyâ€™s Bait Shack.
Dolphins hunt for mackerel off the azures.
This may not appeal to those that are not well versed in the New Testament, the Bible. It is about parables in the life of Jesus.
Here is an easy joke to remember and tell.
By Thomas W Peterson
Just my attempt at a short story about a child with his first fishing trip with everyone's hero, our dads.
When we remember our time within days where we started our life. If this investment which play another role may be diversified with stronger portfolios that time stands the test, there is a big journey we have to leave back in these times. Let our role shine where we are. :)
By Jay Allan Young
A poem about a fisherman and his boat