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Different point of views but with the regret.
"We should have saved her."
Mark has found the worst experience of seeing up to five dead people his hotel room...as well as a man who seeks nothing but the personal aid to who knows what??
Short Story | Updated Apr 9, 2015 | Reads: 41 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Something I came up with out of nowhere...
By Evan Musto
A look at the problems with modern society.
By John Moore
In todayâ€™s society it has become mandatory for human beings to at some point in their life take prescription medication. For some, it is an essential additive that prolongs their life for many years and in many cases, it completely saves their life. For others these over-the-counter drugs...
By Evan Musto
A very short, descriptive story about a day in the life of an addict with emotional problems and dependencies.
Short Story | Updated Nov 24, 2014 | Reads: 33 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The pharmaceutical industry is lodging the best attempt at mind control history has ever seen. 99% of Americans are on some kind of pill and most of those pills can be dangerous if misused, by accident, bad memory, whatever. And say it's a conspiracy. Communism keeps down their citizens with...
This is not a story ...its real life
A story about the mysterious secrets of an island and how they get uncovered by a young teenage boy with the help of his friends.
Confined in a psychiatric ward. Reasons unknown.
By Daisy Ink
A man wakes up one morning unable to recall the events of the night before and after a brief investigation, he realizes that he took a pill that was designed to erase memories, however for some odd reason he feels that the memory he erased was of something important.
You were more than just sad
But the outlook is brighter
You are a warrior and a fighter
Please show them you you are strong and hold on
A short poem involving suicide. Just a little thing I put together, but it means a lot..
"I'm tired of all of the voices in my head
telling me everything would be better off if I was dead."
By Robert Kasch
The dead want to stay that way. It's up to us to see that happens.....
One mans frustrations living in a dark and pharmaceutically overrun world.
Poetry | Updated Apr 1, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0