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A short story told by a young man loving a young woman, not realising that in her selfishness, she could never love him.
Short Story | Updated May 26, 2015 | Reads: 62 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
By Eliza J
[Â© 2014 ] Ava messing was just like any other 15 year old, Until her father dies of lung cancer. Now with a letter from her late father telling her and her mother to leave the state and start anew everything just seems to be unraveling. But then Ava discovers letters in her new home's...
By Lu Sin
A story of love letters, snakes and butt cheeks, and unfortunate timing. A tragic tale of two ordinary lovers who won't get their happy ending.
Short Story | Updated Apr 15, 2015 | Reads: 29 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Beautiful Pina
Its about the heart that has been hurt over and over again yet she still chooses to hold on and waiting to be loved by the man she love.
I was thinking about old letters...
By Jon Lost
At first she thought that they could only be dream. What was all this emotion she was feeling? Waking up, a bruise here, an aching muscle there. They seemed to become more and more real. She thought that they would be the end of her until that day, that one bright warm day when she received that...
Book Review | Updated Mar 12, 2015 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
The year is 1886. A man is searching for treasure inside an old abandoned mansion. But little does he know, there's a dark secret waiting for him within it's crumbling walls.
We found each other in empty hotel rooms.
You were a lost rogue, running from anything real, and I was just drifting through, trying to survive.
But now, as I sit in this empty hotel room without you, my thoughts linger on you, a loner with such lively thoughts. Somehow, I made you more like...
An average day for the King of the Goblins is, well, anything but average.
Every single time I write a letter, I scorn myself for even thinking about him. I force myself to remember the pain he caused me. He would never read the letters anyway. So then why did I continue to write them and send them? I don't know, I think it was part of the healing process. Letting out...
This is a bit of a rant. Love is love. What place does religion have in deciding whom you can love?
By Kimberly Adams
After trying to do a biology assignment about the traits inherited from parents, Tory learns that she was adopted. And it turns out her birth mother actually wrote a book of letters to Tory. After Tory learns of the letters, she becomes obsessed. Her obsession bothers a lot of people but there...
By Kimberly Adams
Melissa and I used to be friends in middle school. But when we got to high school, things changed. I looked at Melissa differently. And maybe I was not very friendly towards her. But still, she was the one that killed herself. I was not there, pulling the trigger. So why in the world was she...
The misadventures of a misfit teenager in her last year of high school, told through letters to her friend, Joy
Ruth and her brother Max struggle to survive in a Nazi concentration camp. When letters begin arriving from a mysterious source, is it indeed a miracle?