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This is a poem which I wrote lately and it's about a boy I really do love but it's not gonna work..
Mine dives headfirst into the quaky territory of the ethics genetic engineering, and illustrates the conflict between the evil and beauty of it. Demonstrating the tension that can be caused between family, friends, and lovers, when something created by man is dropped into the equation.
New writing I am trying.
A boy struggles with school, an alcoholic father, and a bully. When he decides he's had enough things become strange.
Novel | Updated Oct 9, 2014 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Lucas Lysne
The story of Project Nucleotide, as told by Dr. Sunand Whatley. INCOMPLETE
By Ienzo Darkness
Whether you want to try and find a realistic piece, you're short on ideas or you're just bloody crazy, these are the short stories and one-shots that I write when I can't think of anything.
Some of these are inspired by writing prompts, others by larger varieties of decisions and...
Being in love with a criminal is something i never thought i'll do
And yet I fell in love with one
Me,Arianna Mitchy Welson is the millionaire's daughter
The millionaire?..well he's my father..his name is Jim Marley Welson
He didnt really care for me
And well as for my mother she acts like i'm a...
A young man dealing with alcoholism and his decision to overcome.
The first chapter introduces Jack and the difficult time he had making friends as a child.
By Maverick Jones
A short story about something that could actually happen.
By Synthetic Carpcup
A proud young man sets off to become a true agent of the Nation.
Every ending takes lots of time to carefully craft and work for. Real endings, like the end of the day, and even "fake" endings, such as the end to a book. Both of those can take careful crafting, but they never EVER will go exactly as planned.
Amanda Clarke has lost both of her parents and...
Lou's life was hard enough. Growing up in poverty after his father left, it was the simple things that helped him go on. Like a smile on his mother's face, and the thought of his new baby sister being born. But when Lou's mother said she was getting an abortion, his simple life ended there. He...
By Julie Kay
Ok so please don't hate this is a work of fiction. I just wanted to make it as realistic as possible.
Short Story | Updated Jul 6, 2014 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0