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By Maranda Provibious
This is a book made on my phone, so it might not have a good layout.
SUMMARY: This book captures my literally endless imagination. It never stops amazing me. So, this book is about a group of best friends named Terry (girl) Taylor (girl) Ikelur (Ike-lur), Scott, and Joey.
They all have mental...
Article | Updated Jul 30, 2013 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Jennifer Brighton
How far are you willing to go...? (teaser only)
Short Story | Updated Jul 25, 2013 | Reads: 34 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Daisy Ink
Short Story Writing Contest Information
These are the winners of my Fantasy Contest. :)
~Xoxo Kelsea May
By Miss Fellis
a new competition, any genre can be chosen and a book, poem, short story or novel can be entered. judging is based around creativity, grammar, storyline and emotion, please come and join for your chance at great prizes! see context for further details
"Dream" -Irish Gaelic
By Sixteen Donut
Sterling Carson, a young squatter in Oakland, CA, falls in love... or so he thinks.
By Kellymarie Welch
This is something I wrote late one night. My 2 year old was pushing her limits. Fighting bed time with everything in her. I was getting frustrated, and then this poem came out.
By Lunar Savage
This poem describes what it's like to be a writer. Primarily it plays up on the relationship between the writer and the audience.
A testament by a man to his dreams hoping his dreams will come true. The voice contemplates his dreams becoming reality, although he believes it will never happen, he continues to graft using his imagination as motivation. His dream come true and his fantasies intertwined into a world where he...
This is just something I simply came up with while I was studying for my Chemistry exam :P Funny how that works... Anyways... Hope you enjoy this not-so-short poem and please, comment if you wish :) I would love to hear your opinion on this spontaneous piece :D Thanks for taking your time to...
This describes me to the T.
years ago, before I was put on my medication, I was very paranoid. This poem I think sheds a light on my paranoia.
Poetry | Updated Apr 21, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A facade we often hide behind.
By Spirit Of Freedom
Inspirational, Human Nature