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Edward can't remember. He can't remember his name, who he is and more importantly what he is. All he can remember is that he needs to find /her/. Eventually he find out the truth and he'll being wishing he could forget again.
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Bored in class
Poem doodled in the boredom of class
By Cris Clc Writings
â€œWhen you die close your eyes, and let yourself intertwine with time and mind. Our memories are the key, our memories are the soulâ€¦â€
A piece written on a quite night to express the silent fear of the life after when the day of passing comes...
This my way of making a memory, that I don't want to escape, immortal. May it live forever in my brain that might end up with Alzheimer's.
A story from a childhood memory. Sometimes we all rely on family.
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This is a short story taken from a childhood memory in 1963.
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A short memoir about a childhood memory written for my English course.
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This is a preview of the first 3 chapters of first book of Check out the review of the book as well.
Camilla wakes up in a hospital with no knowledge of who is, where she came from, and how she got there. But once she starts putting the pieces together, she finds out the person she trusts the most is the one she should be afraid of.
This is a poem dedicated to a friend from school, he passed away two years ago from suicide and last night while walking at 1-2am I wrote this poem about him.
Poetry | Updated Apr 3, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
One story each for the members of this family. All are only about a page in length. A recurring theme is nostalgia, as well as music.
By Niall Anthony
A young boy is out with his friends, playing Dodgeball and enjoying the sun until something happens that makes it a day for him to remember.
By Bernard Ogalo Oduor
For Jos. Fare thee well, the cool one