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By Tom Neath
A Two Act Play By Thomas Neath CopyrightÂ©2014
A black comedy that centres on charming world war one soldier Harry Brown who while under attack in Flanders, is gunned down only to awaken in present day London! He is stumbled upon by the egotistical Luisa Heartman who takes him to her home to...
The modern technologies is not always safe for us. This is dramatical story about how ordinary bottle of ketchup has scared my mom.
Short Story | Updated Jun 21, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Bert Broomberg
Poem about thinking that having a career is more important than having a real life.
Poetry | Updated Jun 21, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Dean Emerson
This is an unused chapter from an earlier version of Myth Legacy, which has since been replaced. However I wanted to share this version with certain other up-and-coming writers, so here we are.
Risty is not completely human, but she acts the part well enough...
this is a story made to resemble the hubris character .making it into a more modern situation
Short Story | Updated May 25, 2015 | Reads: 50 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Classy Harlot
A story of a relationship, split into three distinct acts, each showing a crucial time of when the relationship grew.
A personal voyage that I took when examining the Old Testament and the New Testament and whether they related to modern times. Should it be amended as the Constitution is amended, should we reinterpret some verses to conform to modern day thinking and more.
The Story of Scott Heiland.
When you grow up in a small town, you know all too well how important you feel when someone gives you the light of day. Maybe I went too far trying to feel loved and appreciated. I wonder how I still had faith after everything. After I disappointed myself, lost my innocence, lost my virginity....
A story that questions the benefits of social media in our society.
Short Story | Updated Mar 18, 2015 | Reads: 91 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Before he became the Buddha, Siddharta was clinically depressed.
By E T Counts
Wonder what life's really like for the calm, patient and understanding middle aged teacher? Well this satire may shock, amuse and, above all, reveal the truth about the profession...
By Patton Louis
In an alternate book of revelations type manner, the beginning of the end times has fallen upon mankind. The creator has decided to let former, transformed mortals be the judges of humanity. Our story begins with the one now called, Wrath. All will be made clear throughout the story.
A closer look at modern life through the eyes of an everyday city-dweller.
What is it to be in love and not be able to talk to her, wanna find out ?
Short Story | Updated Jan 21, 2015 | Reads: 195 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0