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A poem of an indescribable epiphany
By Syd Steele
The town of Crescent Falls seems like a nice small town with people who tend to keep to themselves throughout the day. But the town is more than just simple. It's home to supernatural beings from werewolves to pyros. In an attempt to keep the town "normal" in a sense, a man recruits his son...
Miku is an average smart and beautiful High school girl
but her fate will change when she met her prince charming
Will she choose him or will she Suffer the consequences?
Drugs can create their own wonderland, but its the euphoria against your will.
A poem about a girl with many faces.
"What can I do to make it better?" He waved his arms around as he screamed to cover her cries. She tossed her shoes at him from across the bed before running barefoot, with all of her bored loathing, into the night.
By Will Gray
This is bout how Micheal Myers dies and the tagline is The Night He Came Home and Never Came Back I going to post an additional part later
By Noand Hegask
When you meddle with others hope and belief.. Even if you are on the same page, it doesn't mean you can act like you know it all; because you are not always correct. What if the one you corrected knows more about it than you do?
By Selina Kyle
Gotham City Sirens unite to save Gotham City and rescue Batman, Joker and rest of Gotham villians before it is too late.
By Raven Fury
You try so hard to be someone you want to be, that you don't realize that when you create this new 'you' you are not really you, but just hiding behind a lie.
Meghan always wanted to go to a masquerade ball. When one finally rolls around, she jumps at the chance to wear a mask and dance with unknown people. One person in particular gives her a rose with the note, "I'm sure we'll meet again." Meghan wants to find the mystery man and know...
everyone wears masks and I just want to see them for them
Poetry | Updated May 24, 2014 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 0
Have you realized it yet? I don't even exist.
I may look fine, But on the inside I'm full of death
By Joey Carson
Here is a short story that I wrote about my experience with my very first surgery in August of 1997 and my conversation with my Anesthesiologist before my surgery.