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Random First Lines:Because I love Fight Club and I really like a lot of the quotes from there, I wrote a poem about things I believe using a few of the quotes from... » Read
We all know the destructive power of fire. This poem refreshes the topic with a small story of a soldier, who surrendered to fire. This poem also revokes the destruction caused by mankind.
Sometimes every heart has a smile. :)
Book | Updated Dec 16, 2014 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Models of this story is real time. Experience the mantra.
Another poem of celebration
Poetry | Updated Oct 5, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A lament on shattered dreams and the chains of reality.
By Margaret Snowdon
Description of the fury of a summer storm and the peace and freshness it leaves.
Article | Updated Oct 4, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Jose Reyes
This is my first story on here. I am a beginner to writing stories and would welcome any feedback.
It is about a fictional family that are one of the most wealthiest in the nation. They are seen to be a happy family but as they become more wealthy and famous will the pressure...
As I might have previously stated somewhere on the site, whenever I'm busy writing, I'm mostly doing something regarding an unified universe I started imagining about two years ago. Whilst I'm writing on a large novel that takes most of my creative energy and time, I find that the history and...
A poem about the beautiful game in it all its glory. My first ever poem written when i was 12. Published in my school yearbook.
A song about a fallen angel and their regrets.
By Apoorva Raghunandan
A Tribute to one of the greatest mountain ranges in the world.
This poem is based on a homeless man.
By Will Veazey
A short story I decided to write based upon my humble observations on worldly glory in reference to holy glory in our Christian lives.
By Will Veazey
What is it we all seek after in our lives? Is it to be that man all over the radio playing music, winning Grammys, in the magazines, having every girl in the work at our fingertips? Or is it to achieve renown for making billions off a clever investment? Maybe power through witty political...
By Kane Almark
The Reaper walks ever closer toward the dying man's bed. It is only a matter of time before death claims Aelstadt as its own. The once glourious empire has been racked with decay and rebellion for centuries. Its great armies have been shattered as the King hides away in fear of his life. The...