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A saga of love and of coming age that takes you through a swift but promising ride filled with true love and romance. Linda, the protagonist is a perfect reflection of her mother at 27. From the SouthFair, she moves to the small town of Gladstone with her family. Her spirits at awe and roar of...
By Vellan Shadow
It's a fantasy setting. There exist many races and people. You will now them all in the end.
There is a small warning attached to this, it can get gruesome at some times.
Long poem based upon true events.
A short poem based upon true events.
Poetry | Updated Mar 13, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Once upon a time, I fell in love with a boy, and even back then, I knew my life would never be the same again.
**Fan-made cover *willingly* made by Eden L-- no blackmail or hostages involved *shifty eyes* She's super talented and I'd highly recommend her!
taken from my book,
Inspired by the pain of the Jewish people during the Holocaust.
By Rose Burg
I wrote this for Booksie Idol but I'm now thinking that I might turn it into a novel once I finish The Run Away, but I'm not sure. If you read this then the story let me know what you think. It wouldn't be released until at least March next year but I am thinking about it.
Hope you all like...
Hands over ears,
white hot noise,
tearing apart limb by limb,
That's a short summary.
Poetry | Updated Oct 19, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Short story written for Sparrow01's iPod Contest. NOTE: You won't understand the first couple lines until you get to the end. Also Sparrow you should know that the main character's last name is a reference lol.
By Zoha Seddighi
When a heart breaks, it can't ever be what it used to be.
Poetry | Updated Aug 7, 2013 | Reads: 43 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 2
By Agache Adrian
Did you ever know,
Did you ever felt,
What storm you brought,
Upon my head again ?
By Agache Adrian
Why is life so fucked up,
When the memories fade up,
You might think itâ€™s all a game,
Give it up, itâ€™s not the same.
A poem i wrote for uli-j