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"I Have Lived" is a poem about a woman who is near death wishing her loved one does not mourn her death, but simply celebrate all that she was and will forever be.
If you see the potential behind 6.9 billion human life existing on this Salt of Earth, remake this one time could change together. :)
By Midnight Black Cat
Is death really so serious? or is it one big mockery of the living?
I know (what a pity)...
Poetry | Updated May 15, 2014 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Tripti Saraogi
This piece of work is dedicated to Cristina! A warrior tried and true (oh! that's ripping lines off "stranger in the corner's" poem)!! :)
Poetry | Updated Dec 14, 2013 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 8 | Likes: 12
About a person who is cursed to live endless lives which end violently and painfully.
A true story of someone I know narrative, hope you can relate and like it?Hope I did it justice? What do you think?
Your comments would be welcome.
Poetry | Updated Mar 23, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Gob's action packed adventure story.
A poem about the unexpected difficulties that arise in relationships.
By David Stevens
A twisted tale of life for one that did not expect something to happen. A lighthearted look at winning out over expectation. This is the tale of how one mans life was changed and how he determined to recover it when everyone around him belived that there was nothing to recover.
By Adam Williamson
Just something I wrote on a boring day
Rosalina Potter has never played a sport while flying on a broomstick. She's never worn a invisibillity necklace, befriended a giant. All Rosa knows is a wonderful life with her aunt Cassandra. Rosalina's room is medium and a lavendor purple, and she has had a birthday party in 11 years. But all...
Novel | Updated May 3, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Something happened, and now their life(s) are different