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From a writing challenge: To take something insignificant, and make it bigger than it is.
By Lorelei Little
When I was little I used to think stars were people that died. I don't know why. Maybe because people always say Heaven was in the sky? Anyway I wrote this to get into the mindset of Romeo and Juliet. Hope you like it!
By Paris Rodriguez
I just find it interesting that everyone has there own lives. They have their own problems, they're own feelings, they're own significant other, or friends, or no friends. But everyone is all around you, doing they're own thing. They have things waiting for them at home, their own people who...
Beauty is subjective to relativity. What you may find beautiful I may not and vice versa. That however does not diminish the truth, "beauty is in the eye of the beholder".
Miscellaneous | Updated Dec 9, 2012 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I had this convo with a close friend over skype. It was really late at night, and I wasn't sure of anything. I let my fingers take over, and this happened!
By Frances Allana
A short insight into the thought process of someone who thinks what is insignificant such as a spot is significant but what is significant such as a person is insignificant.
Just another poem I wrote...
Another one i found in my old blogs. I hope you enjoy, feed back and comments please. :)
By Alec Mann
A person coming through something (thats open to individual's imagination) and realising that it's going to happen again, and that they're still damned.
By Ryan M Akers
What if no one knew anything about you?
WARNING! THIS PIECE OF LITERATURE CONTAINS DETAILS THAT MAY BE DISTURBING FOR SOME.
The little hairs rise on your neck, you begin to produce goose bumps. Your skin goes all pale and your lips become blue. Itâ€™s like hell has come down to earth, where has heaven gone?
Uhhh... I think I was very confused when I wrote this. lol.