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Random First Lines:(ONLY READ THIS IF YOU HAVE READ MY SONG) This is the explanation of my song 'Miss Alice'. Be warned that it may contain things you may not like.... » Read
The shade of the trees fell heavily upon the water, and seemed to bury itself there in, impregnating the depths of the element of darkness. The cold and icy night seemed to silently creep upon Henry... He felt a hand on his shoulder, horrified, he saw Callie right in front of him. The ground was...
Short Story | Updated Mar 7, 2014 | Reads: 90 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
It takes place in a world inhabited entirely by animals, two kangaroos, a crocodile, koala and platypus go searching for the amulet that will be presented at a party hosted by Roobecca, problem is she's not inviting crocodiles to the party.
Ok, so I was on the bus coming home the other week, and I was looking out of the window and saw this old guy sitting on a log, eating a sandwich, and behind him it was like there was nothing but trees, grass, weeds etc. It was such an incongruous image, because it was in the middle of a city, it...
this poem is all about a man who has gone through alot of hard times just to ask a girl ou
She lives within the confines of a forest. Trapped by all the history there and the people on its outskirts waiting. Waiting for her night and day. To destroy her.
We never see the real monsters for what they are.
A fresh and passionate adventure, full of breath taking details that will make you fall in love for this story.
In one moment you know were you are and in another........
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about a young girl who is an orphan and gets to grant as many wishes as she wishes, but in the end theres always a price to pay.
This is from a dream I once had.
Losing my childhood
Poetry | Updated Jan 6, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Jude Fraser, an outstanding astronomer, discovers the answer to one of the most asked questions of human-kind: Are we alone? But everything comes at a cost, especially knowledge. (wrote this around 3 years ago for a school-paper)
By Ted Gerard
What would you do to save the world?
I'm not sure where this is going to end up
Every once in a while, I get this overwhelming feeling to find some secluded place to be with myself and think, write, and admire nature.
The twins were walking free
through the lonelinest of all streets
where the sun couldn't dare to touch
their pale, porcelain skin