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Sometimes we pass through life without a glance. Those around us fade to memories quicker then a blink of an eye. What happens, though, when they are gone? What happens to the mothers, the lovers, the teachers, the best friends? Even a stranger can be touched in one trivial moment to change a...
A bullied young man with a twist of fate.
By Little Frey
poetry you cant just summarize it but this is a poem about music and happy times
Poetry | Updated Dec 4, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Shaina Nunez
Nothing is perfect, especially love.
A young Teen girl from Milwalkee ,Wisconsin meeting someone famous and starting her life at a young age. who then looses someone close to her!
By Jacob Wilson
A story about how we can all use a little bit of a child's viewpoint on things
This is part of a two sided story i'm working on.
By James Edgar Cooper
St. Thomas Aquinas once said that "There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship." Friends can be some of the most wonderful people we have in our lives and it is they who gives us joy and laughter, allowing us to forget about the world and our troubles for a while. True...
A classic take on the every day love life of two American teens. Sam loves Rayne but he thinks she hates his guts. Rayne loves Sam but thinks he's out of her league entirely. This is to come in parts all even numbers will be Sam's just as all odds will be Rayne's.
Short Story | Updated Nov 29, 2013 | Reads: 67 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Happy Thanksgiving! Here is a short story in the spirit of the evening. To my mom, I'm thankful for you.
By Ryan J Salter
When I started writing this, there was no idea as to what it was suppose to be or to say. And there still isn't.
Words just kept on slipping out, and this is what happened.
It's not much, but it means something to me.
I'll let you figure out what it could be. (:
Thanks for reading!
The town of Crown is down and brown, and even a clown, in despair, can drown.
Detailed account of a singer dinger
A sublime and in prime future mime details what some would call a crime.
This Poem is about life and its roads you can take.
Poetry | Updated Nov 19, 2013 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1