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A story of an interviewer interviewing a war veteran based on the poem 'Next to of course, God, America, I' by EE Cummings.
Short Story | Updated Mar 10, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Non-Fiction: Empowering Consciousness, Life Wellness, Personal Excellence.
Most of us, living in todayâ€™s world of complexities, conflicts and confusion, have questions as what a person should consider as â€˜perpetual-utilityâ€™ in life, amidst feelings of...
We see only the harshness of reality.
By David Stevens
A quirky look at the fates and a man's life and desires. a story with a suprising though not nessasarily happy end.
The new age is brought about through war and genocide, bringing about the elevation of one gender and the diminishment of another. The First Empress is ruthless, eradicating all stains of the past to bring about her vision of utopia.
Only one person stands in her way.
By S A Morris
A jaded envoy from a thriving, yet corrupt kingdom is sent to a desolate town a midst a dark and foreboding forest. Worn down by his life of superficiality and the horrors he's witnessed in his travels, he is surprised by what he finds on his mission.
By Bert Broomberg
An allied patrol runs into trouble when operating between the lines in World War 1.
Short Story | Updated May 19, 2012 | Reads: 49 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Charles Walker
A quick Hemmingwayian short on human sexuality, drugs, and decadence.
By Tcm Ronin
Poetry | Updated Dec 23, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Craig Davison
A reinterpretation of the Faust myth.
the folly and futility of war.
Poetry | Updated Nov 11, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Donnie Nicks
An average man trying to be a hero like he sees in the movies.
Chasing happiness across an endless field of dreams
Always wanting more and never getting there
Working for a distant goal and never living now
Wishing you were something that youâ€™re not
The further that you push it seems the further off it goes
But one thing is true in life
By Philip Roberts
The worst bit about being a failed artist (especially if you believe you are a talented one) is that no-one in your family ever supports you. Instead they taunt you, torment you for decades, demanding to know when you will, "Give up this foolishness and get a real job!"