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A symbolist poem protesting the evils of Christianity and organized religion in general
Poetry | Updated Oct 5, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Alfred James
The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is central to the Christian faith.Â The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the divine vindication of the truth that Jesus died in place of sinners needing redemption and justification before an infinitely holy and just God. Thus, the death of...
By Ill Buddha
An uwitting psychopath is driving to Tennessee to collect money from a dead relative over Christmas, little does he know...
By Russ Hammond
Ruminations on betrayal.
Poetry | Updated Jun 28, 2012 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Bradley Dean
I write about what I experience in life. It helps me to come to terms with what occurs usually. This poem is the result of a particularly gruesome series of events which transpired chatastrophically one year, and nearly led to me taking my own life. But Poetry is always my salvation it would...
Initially there were more Gospels. But the most interesting one was not there. Up till now.
Short Story | Updated Mar 1, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Poland 1941. Brutal Nazi control has swept over the country like an ominous storm-cloud. How does a vigilante survive in a nation gripped by fear?
One must keep their friends close, but their enemies closer.
Vandhana Kapur has had a passion for photography for as long as she could remember. She'd been dreaming of the day that she could work alongside famous photographers since she was a young keti; having her work featured in best-selling magazines and art galleries around the world being a...
By The Scales
Inspired by the deceitful Judas who sold Jesus for thirty pieces of silver.
This poem is also inspired by the "personal Judas" of my life.
By Timothy D Paschall
This is a quirky little piece I did about some flies. It's not great, but...what do you think?
Short Story | Updated Jul 21, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Title speaks for itself. Teach this to your kids so they know some of the most famous names in rock!
Lillith, an average girl, enters her final seminars in a class of 30. The numbers soon dwindle to 10 after the vanishing of the professor trips a projector driven female to lead the class into a dizzying dance to David Bowie's