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By A V Scott
This is an ultra short story that I submitted a while back to a contest on a website called fastories.com . I got pretty good reviews there so I thought I might share it with this community as well! :D
By Emily Burke
Sophie is a fifteen year old teenager who lives in an idyllic small town with her parents and her little brother Toby. Her completely normal life is utterly destroyed when Toby is killed in a car accident right outside her door. Everyone is devastated - except Sophie, because she can still see...
By Panini Ly
You can only save yourself.
What I learnt from a cab ride
Article | Updated May 12, 2014 | Reads: 66 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Daisy Ink
So this is very short story I wrote in Korean.:):)
By Daisy Ink
Practice 2 of my Korean Lessons.
Farid, a boy who doesn't know how to swim, gathers his courage to learn how and face his fears of swimming. Enjoy!
About not forgetting or living in the past. Learn from it.
Poetry | Updated Feb 8, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a poem I've been playing with all morning...I may go back to edit it eventually as I'm not sure if it's quite where I want it, but I'll post what I have as I know myself and odds are I'll never change it
My name is Julia and I am a self study artist.
Now days I learn the program cinema 4d. A great animation program. while I am studing it I want to promote a little project.
The project is actualy a series of animations not a movie.
This is a short summary of who I am and what I believe in so that those who read my short stories, essays or articles will know more about the man behind the words.
By Alex Sharpe
(WORK IN PROGRESS. UNDERGOING WRITING, EDITING, AND DETAILING)
Everything was fineâ€¦ Just another fine day â€“ a day at the park, with the familyâ€¦ But then it began. They have no name. They were all of the sudden here, out of nowhere. They roamed the Earth devastating everything...
Cody, a five year old porcupine, uses his imagination to explore the possibilities of what he could be when he grows up. When faced with the question of what hat it takes to complete his adventures he calls upon a Magic Hat Closet to grant him the hat to become the character he wishes to be.
Its a connection. That is the key that unites a melody, with a man, with a stranger. In a simple classroom two children discover what it truly means to connect. That single moment, that sharing, will change a thought. It might just change a life.