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by the dawnâ€™s early light
what so proudly we hailed
at the twilightâ€™s last gleaming
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A humorous and elegant love tale, written in Iambic tetrameter.
Two workers in a cafe make up stories about their regular customers to relieve boredom, but what they find out about one customer is beyond anything they could have imagined.
Short Story | Updated Sep 26, 2014 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
The epic conclusion to Season One of S.O.B Story!
By Maryam Ahmed
Short humorous love poem
Poetry | Updated Jul 31, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By David Donnelly
One of many childhood science experiments that went wrong. Simply not advisable to try this one at home for reasons that will soon become apparent!
By Steve Lebel
Weâ€™ve all heard of the fabled perfect being, the Greek God.
Well, how about a geek god? Named Bernie, yet.
Fresh with his diploma from God School, determined but unsure, bright but without confidence, Bernie faces the challenge of building his own universe. If only it were that...
By Elias Zapple
Inside this book you will find,
Funny nonsense from my mind.
Zany rhymes and slimy tales,
Creepy crawlies leaving bloody trails.
And a clever slug that shocks,
Tales about Cinders and Goldilocks.
Cabbages, slugs and Elias Zapple,
What rhymes with Zapple apart from apple?
Media scaring us into tuning in and questionable hygiene.
By Eric Grossman
This is the true account of my infant life.
A humorous, off-the-wall story, free-flow written, absurd, interesting, and free to read.
Calyx Vega has just bought a dance studio from the inheritance she bought from her
By J J Citywall
A perfect day to enjoy an ice cream at the park... or so it seemed.
This is a more full version for a poem I did for another website: http://everlasting90.deviantart.com/art/Don-t-Assume-414146828
Poetry | Updated Dec 30, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Bill Schultz
This is the fourth and final paper I wrote for my creative non-fiction class. The basic conflict is whether or not the original "Die Hard" is technically a Christmas movie. Its just silly little piece that I wrote in response to the suffocating amount of writer ego that was bogging down the...
By Bill Schultz
This is the fourth and final paper I wrote for my creative non-fiction class. The basic conflict is whether or not the original "Die Hard" is technically a Christmas movie. Its just a silly little piece that I wrote in response to the suffocating amount of writer ego that was bogging down the...