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A very brief article on true beauty.
The things I think about...
Tern sees a swallowtail in a forest clearing.
Don't judge a book by its cover.
Short Story | Updated Dec 2, 2013 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Tern sees a skipper butterfly in a grass field.
By Oliver Daisies
peter loves his dolls.
This is a study piece on Literary consonance. It is about a an overdose. It is incredibly easy to get rid of the pain that way... it is also incredibly easy to find words with a long "P" syllable. Enjoy!
By Raven Elise Dupree
This is something I came up with right away, it's not my best but it's a feeling I feel quite often because of my insecure and self-conscious mind. I hope you enjoy it.
By Eoin Connolly
This is a short story I wrote. It is the longest thing I have ever written that hasn't felt like it starts to ramble. It is about a girl named Eliza who lives in New York City, but that is only partly the point. It isn't really the point.
Set to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Poetry | Updated Nov 1, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Melissa Firefox
Two eyes, two ears, two hands... why not two hearts?
(REMAKE OF NOT THE SAME GIRL ANYMORE)
She has always been that girl to have objects, food and books been thrown at her. She has always been that girl to be called every name under the sun. Charlotte-Rose Steele is that girl, her whole schooling years has been hell. That is until Rosalyn Miller ...
By Khawaja Isha Sanaullah
its a poem which is dedicated to any of the couple who love each other
Poetry | Updated Oct 16, 2013 | Reads: 34 | Comments: 6 | Likes: 14
By A Brand Called U Pr Promo
"Pretty Ugly - How Low Self-Esteem Almost Ruined My Life" is a biography of sorts written with dramatic,real-life reflections of the author's own life in the form of short stories. Chapter by chapter this book shares hard-core experiences and testimonies that work to inspire and encourage others...
A poem of a girl who knows she's walking into a darkness she probably won't come back from.