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Random First Lines:The first time anyone
ever spoke out for
freedom in India was
only and only Guru
Nanak Dev Ji. King Babur
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By I Am Chroma
The next exclusive chapter into the World of Reginald Skyline. What will happen next!?
Book | Updated Jul 17, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By I Am Chroma
After witnessing his Sister's death. Reginald awakens within the confines of a box. He is trapped, he must find the key to escape. And find out what's really going on.
This story is placed a few hundred years after Mockingjay. It has been hundreds of years after the last uprising happened. No talks about uprising are allowed to be heard in the Capitol. Not in their history books, not in any traces that was left by the former districts.
But there are tales....
This is the art of a highly regulated drabble... kind of. See it's funny! It was just a small something I did a while back, and hopefully might make someone smile. It is one hundred words! No more, no less.
A poem from an unrequited love.
My very first post.
By Zac Xd
I see behind the mask of lies that surround me. Only one me. Yet so many you.
Poetry | Updated Sep 24, 2012 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 3
By Si Cotic
In a world where vampires exist and in the many, can two different vampires open up to each other and fall, or will he surrender to his instinct and kill her? Or will the both be hunted to death?
This is my entry for the 100 Word Writing Competition :) This story is dedicated to all the veterans who have bravely sacrificed their lives for their country. In just one hundred words, the true horror of war is bared for all to see.
A loud boom echoed of the walls off a rocky cave...
Its the feeling of someone who wants to see his loved one smiling throughout the lifetime
My Entry for JewlzRM Teen Suicide Contest
OK So Pheonix Personiam, a lovely and talented fellow writer, posted a 32-word challenge. I liked the whole idea, so I decided to post my own challenge. Only this one is 100 words.
Miscellaneous | Updated Oct 18, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 5
By Patrisha Collins
A novel I finished writing at the end of the semester. I'm not too fond, it's a little overdramatic, but I spent two years writing it, so for that I give myself some measure of applause. And I do actually like the basic storyline, but the devil's in the details (as well as the dialogue, which...