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By Sinn Absinthium
A short story based on a Lucid Nightmare
By Hugo Solace
A fanatic pharmacist plots the perfect revenge for the death of his fiance.
By Nathan Diyorio
The diary of a serial killer revealed to the public for the first time.
By Rory Mac
A poem about a rather disturbed relationship. I got a little bored :P
Poetry | Updated Apr 15, 2011 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 7
Some people wouldn't think this is funny, if there would be a section like "Morbid humor" I would have put it there instead.
Kip is the emo kid with an alcoholic, abusive father and a depressed mother. He just moved to Oregon...with his dad. Will he find love with his new best friend? Or maybe a character of the past? Or will his memories get in the way as the past blends into the present and darkness fades into the...
Werewolves have infiltrated the small village of Hoosick, and they're killing every other night. Out of desperation to find and kill the infected villagers, the townsmen and women have decided to vote, once a week the most suspicious person will be stabbed with a silver sword in hopes that they...
The beginning of Davy, a short novel of the flaws of life.
Novel | Updated Oct 11, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
3 demon,1 wish, multiple soul
That is the description of my situation now.
What had I done?
What, 1 wish?
[editing, better summary later =P]
A poem about getting around your fear of shadows by just shutting off a light, now everything's uniformed and you can't see them..... just some philosophical thinking in these horrible summer days....
By The Dead Poet
it is not so bad dont job to conculsion,it was a event it was how i veiwed it.
Poetry | Updated Jun 2, 2010 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 3
Venture into the life of Charleston Ashworth (AKA Charlsie), a serial killer living in the city of Philadelphia, and discover what it's like to slowly lose your mind more and more each day.
By Beautifully Flawed
I killed a man. So what? Let me tell you my side of the story.