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This is the first charter to a short story I'm writing about a person who's life drastically changes, just when they think everything is over.
By Honeybee Lilico
More of my random musings, first draft so please excuse the imperfections!
I woke up in the morning just before the sunrise and at first i did not know what to do, but then i had this idea to write "Blue Velvet Story" just like that.So i wrote the first six lines in the morning and the rest i finished in other days.
Discovery of hope within struggles
By Isaac Mark
A boy dies in an accident and goes to heaven, only to find that his best friend was taken to hell. The story that follows is the tale of his decent into hell and just what he'll be willing to sacrifice to save her.
Poetry | Updated Feb 28, 2015 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Ted Gerard
Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies and Fairies...Oh My.
What we're all going through.
The last ramblings of someone who just wanted to give the world something
By Jayant R
I still donâ€™t understand what he got by sacrificing himself and his family. The war is inevitable. They will rise again; again someone will sacrifice himself and his family. And again we will honor him by our cold hearted love. Will this â€œParamveer Chakraâ€ give protection to...
Society brought to light in modern times.
The main protagonist, 16 year old Shikauhno Lee makes a failed attempt at committing suicide. After recuperation she moves away from her foster family in Washington (you know, like the one in the U.S) to her birthplace Ryojima, Japan-the largest fictional Japanese city. As she adjusts to her...
Eden is a part of the human race. As a women and a hunter, shes lived her whole life by her species rules: stand with your own, know your place. However, in a turn of fate she escapes from the world she thought she knew and discovers that the other species, wraiths, faeries, merfolk and even...
just some blues, all of us go through at some point in our lives.
By Ted Gerard
Sometimes the only way to find peace is to let it all go.