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A man beholds the silhoutte of a woman ,keen on unveiling her ,lingers on long enough to find out she had intentionally drawn his attention to safely deliver her baby to him and perishes abruptly .
Poetry | Updated Oct 6, 2015 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 0
Xavier is a kind man, the loving parent of an adopted girl, and part-time grave robber.
He also has a bizarre habit of stumbling upon things of a paranormal nature. Psychics, ghosts, vampires, wayward undead, and more all tend to find their way to him.
Including one of the most violent and...
I wouldn't mind if you messed of Dyllan Baby!
Sometimes we are not aware of reality in death...
By Jl Reaper
The story of a suicidal woman.
Dead sixteen year old Quinn wants revenge on her murderer, and she gets it as she tells her story as she slips into the cold and depressing afterlife, and just so you know, being dead is a bitch.
By Jeff Bezaire
The struggle for survival is difficult; we must tend to our families, but also look after ourselves. Who is worth burying?
By Tahir Hamid
IS LIFE SOLELY FOR LEADING IT ACCORDING TO OUR WHIMS AND DESIRES? WHAT HAPPENS TO PEOPLE WHEN THEY DIE.....DO THEY DIRECTLY ENTER HEAVEN WHICH IS A MISCONCEPTION TODAY....READ THIS ARTICLE AND DO COMMENT PLEASE
A Journey in to the world of your inner mind,
One man goes on a quest to figure out why he's trapped in what he thinks is a dream, what will chris do what will he find, will you discover something true to you?
By Sicky666 Xadia
A poem about the Demon Abaddon.
Promises... People make many promises and also promise that they won't ever break them. But at the last moment, willingly or unwillingly, they end up breaking them.
So would Tyler keep the promises he made to Adrianna or like every one else end up breaking them?
Entry for PatienceIsAVirtue's...
Dreaming of the brown eyed man
A flashback. A Foreshadow.
Sometimes your hopes and dreams can become nightmares.
By Robert Kasch
Every body should have a home...