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Odyssey in a Teacup's humorous slant makes the dark side of our natures look almost appealing! It shows us that by taking on... » Read
By Discovery J13
Chapter 2 of my first novel.
To catch up, see Chap 1 of Children of Ashnimbus; Rise of the Sartos.
It is a small piece that makes the reader think. Are we really accomplishing anything by fighting that we can't do by talking things out? Do we really have the right to take away the lives of others? Is it our place to give out such severe judgment upon others of our own kind?
By Ben Drake
The Disease is a story that when I was writing it, I wasn't thinking it was going to be science fiction. The message that I am going for in this one is not one of science fiction. But as with all my writing the story seems to take me were it wants to go more than I take it were I want to go. ...
Short Story | Updated Dec 4, 2011 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 7
By Scribblings Of A Middle Aged Mad Man
The Poetry Factor Competition 2
The consumption of forbiden fruit leads to Adam and Eve being removed from the garden of Eden and forced to dream and fend for themselves....
Poetry | Updated Nov 8, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 7 | Likes: 5
By Jd Arnold
Constance reflects on the past and enjoys life during the final moments before her execution.
By Cascus Integra
The world's economy and governments have failed and one woman attempts to reunite her nation and possibly mend the world itself.
A story about the fall of mankind. It is the year 2353, and mankind has grown arrogant. In our quest for technology, we have forgotten what the Earth has given us, and also, what it is capable of. Something in the Blue Planet is stirring, and the very species that calls it home could be...
immortality in a life of darkness...
Poetry | Updated Aug 7, 2011 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
This poem was written from a spiritual rather than religious viewpoint and deals with the force that Native Americans know and refer to as the Great Spirit.
I do really see some truth do this, its evidence is all around us.
By Ice Winifr3d
Man is said to have a limit that cannot reach past the twinkling stars or the endless, inky sky. What do you think?
Poetry | Updated Mar 4, 2011 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 28 | Likes: 64
By Alex Gabor
The Church of Infinitology was never founded. It has always existed. You are in it. It is all around you. It is infinite in all directions, in infinite dimensions, in infinite concepts. These three paragraphs were written, channeled, and written on paper while the author lived in Soap Lake,...
A man struggles to find a cause. He has gotten revenge on the people who ruined his past, but what does he do now? He now travels the world in hopes to fix the corruption that has plagued mankind for so many years.
By Joseph Kittell
a poem about how we should care for people not for our imcome.
Poetry | Updated Nov 14, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
There once was a man who was young and dreamed of wealth and riches. He journeyed on foot with ease, traveling the path of a map his parents left behind for him. This map was the only route he had ever known. As a boy, he observed attentively and over time acquired his elder's traveling skills....