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When the pain is too great
By Ayla Daniels
Oh look I wrote something
By Mentis Cibum
When your daughter falls in love with a complete jerk, what are you to do? Well, you're a scientist, so why not make something in your awesome lab?
Short Story | Updated Oct 14, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
Struggle to create the perfect self with too many medications ends up ruining the body
By Alec Maynard
The Las Vegas Pill has replaced the function of sleep for the majority of humans on the critically overpopulated Earth. Amidst the economic race between the three global powers and Dozer kidnappings closer to home, the not-so-distant future is a bleak one for London-based, factory worker, Aaron...
Plain oatmeal is boring but then add few wholesome foods to make it more nutritious and tasty and call it 'Oat Meal Pancholy.'
The fight between a young woman's will and the ever tempting pull of addiction. She constructs a network of support built from other addicts and alcoholics, many back from the brink of death and worse. Sara fights to win her disabled son back from a corrupt court system, conquer addiction and...
What would you choose?
Poetry | Updated Oct 5, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
mental physical well being stress health twelve years dead or maybe a lifetime
A semi-satirical, slice-of life style representation of artsy fartsy suburban teenagers and their melodramatic angst, specifically the angst of Alex, who's recently become a pill popper after his girlfriend broke up with him. Influenced by early Brett Easton Ellis and Tao Lin
A poem I wrote the other day when I was feeling a little under the weather. As always, feedback is appreciated! Enjoy!
A couple, Aiden and Casey, carry a secret, fall in love and as they try to escape the real world, Aiden gets caught and put into the Piston Memorial Containment Center. Casey starts taking the pills that Aiden warned her not to take.
For my mother, who has been taken into an asylum. P.S I am completely aware 'callen' is not a word. Thank-you.
This is a made up peom that just came to me about this teenage girl in her seventeens that wants to kill herslef. Enjoy!
By Dead Nothingness
Hmm,it could been better,but i was not in the right mood.