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By Becca Swan
I was a puppet
society held my strings,
I was a girl
And reality controlled my dreams...
By Celia Roberts
A little poem I just felt like writing
By Tyler Voeks
Post modern fiction, about a man dying.
The world has just ended.
As her and her granddaughter fly away from it safely in a spaceship, an elderly woman contemplates the life she had spent on Earth, and considers what to do with the new one she has been granted.
A Lord who is on the verge of death meets a foreigner with an auspicious air about him. He begins to unknowingly envy the man and can't hold back his curiosity, only to discover what true sorrow this foreigner carries and how he can never escape his gift of a curse. (there will be a lot of...
By Titania Hudson
I have included the introduction to my latest release -
By Becca Swan
The sacred ruins of a bitter past.
By Immadi Uttej
The story gives us the real meaning of TIME and also about spending it and not losing it.
By Will Mcconaughey
This is a poem that I wrote after delivering Christmas presents to a very poor Hispanic family. The images that I saw and the gratitude and joy that I saw within the families is something that had to be shared. With that said, I wrote this emotional, yet inspiring poem.
What are we really? How much does our world really matter?
how I like to think
Poetry | Updated Feb 16, 2015 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Before you start reading the book, my dear reader, I would like to address some things and just give an introduction. I myself am a (at the moment) seventeen year old lad, from the Netherlands. I do not know if this applies to other countryâ€™s or places, but for my...
By Earl Chambers
When life is considered from an eternal perspective, all of the insignificant worries of life melt away.
What are we trying to prove to the World with the lives we live? And what we should actually be trying to prove.
Poetry | Updated Dec 20, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Reg Arkwright
What lies beyond the horizon of human experience? Will this be exciting or terrifying? An unwitting hero explores a metaphysical adventure.
Short Story | Updated Dec 18, 2014 | Reads: 22 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1