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Robots and humans. Two different races. So different they haven't got a chance to ever understand each other. The crack that never closes.
The poem is about the inaction of today's youth and its effect on those around them. It talks about the severing of ties of a young adult with his guardian, courtesy an invisible bridge that neither wishes to tread on.
Poetry | Updated Dec 27, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Eighteen year old Cora Bradbury never expected to be in a club called Closing the Gap, with a fake ID on a Thursday night. Her best friend thought it would be fun, and dragged Cora along with her. Then Cora met the mysterious and intriguing Cam, a man with a slick remark constantly on the tip of...
This is a short story that I'm writing for the Challenge Maker's Mystery Contest but also have been planning to write this for some time now. It is the background story to my novel and how this town of Winchester Gap came to be the way that it is. It is almost a prologue to the prologue in 'Big...
A teenage boy from the 80s accidentally goes into his son's body in the present. He will find terrible surprises. This short story though is going to have an outlandish and unsettling ending.
By Praveen Gola
Hindi poem on social and family issue of generation gap: Its better to Live in Peace, Instead of daily mental Tease, if the "Generation Gap" clashes.
Poetry | Updated Feb 9, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
(Potential Trigger) A man finds a body in an alley way.
Script | Updated Jan 27, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Alec lives with his mother and sister Bella due to his mothers job they move around alot, he thought it would be like every other time but when he meets a blue eyed boy his life is changed forever.
A poem about two people one ten years older than the other.
Poetry | Updated Jun 29, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
17-year-old Heather Sinclair has been working for a recording studio for three months and today the cast of a low-budget musical film are coming to the studio. The musical, 'Paradise Shattered' might not be very good but its production will change her life forever.
The life of music technician...
A writing about me and my life, sorta....
Players are not serious with girls. This poem is just a reminder.
By Shannan Browne
Times change, cultures change, but is it for the better?
By Nadia Jean Private
Three stories in different tenses interleaved to illustrate the frustrations of an old employer with a non-caring young worker.