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By Thomas Chambers
How the human race began with the birth of fire.
A sonnet about people who decide to love you post-mortem.
Poetry | Updated Jan 12, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Rose Wolfe
When the only getaway is fire....
It is one of my most gross and disturbing poems, so ONLY READ IT IF YOU ARE OVER 18 AND HAVE A STRONG STOMACH!!! It is very gross and morbid. It is about a necropedohile man, who has gone mad and recognizes that he is absolutely insane, but he lets his inner beast loose and doesn't care about...
The morbid beauty that we meet at the end of the very end- Death
By Olive Branch
â€œmagic realism, abstract, open ended, dark, morbidâ€
I am unspeakably sad these days and some of that sadness seeps in whatever i write.
Miscellaneous | Updated Oct 19, 2013 | Reads: 33 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 12
By Kronviddle Von Schnitzlediddle
A short poem about a cat and it's ninth life of revenge.
Poetry | Updated Sep 25, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A dark-humored story of the day to day life of 4 less than ordinary witch hunters in a steam punk sci-fi dark ages era.
By Etiquette Insanity
This story was set in 1856. It was primarily written to signify my love for the Victorian era. Where it may be written morbidly, its intention is not to reflect my own perception. It is to highlight the ruthlessness that took place during this century and how people were simply heartless when it...
Are you happy with life? Do you have the perfect life? This story follows the short ranting's of a man bent on killing the perfection in the world even if that means himself, of course all in the name of the greater good.
This short story is based on real events and what it did to "her"...
By Ansila Luvia
A story about a man and dead, hellish people. *Warning* DOES CONTAIN LIGHT SEXUAL CONTENT. READ AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION.
By Jefferson Rogers
A seemingly innocuous phone call for help with a neighboor's refrigerators leads to a man's demise.
A morbid fairy tale about people who could never stop talking and their deaf queen