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By Chris Green
A tale of family strife, extreme weather and vexillology.
Short Story | Updated Jul 26, 2014 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A satire on America's obesity rates in the vein of Jonathan Franzen's "A Modest Proposal".
A pedophile goes as far as dressing up as a vampire to attract a middle school girl.
The badest secret agent is back in the game; when a designer drug hits the streets of the Inner City, Quianna moves in to find out who's flooding the streets with the dangerous drug and vows to take them all down...
a tale of a girl whose life is full of many disasters, but causing of miracles, a boy who wishes to live more than a quiet and peaceful life, another boy and girl come in the mix. Will either of them do any good or bad?
This is my first entry and my first chapter and my only one for this selection. I intend on writing many more pages, and submitting it for a writing contest, so I put the entry on here for honest criticism. I based it on a few small drawings I once saw online, so a few of the ideas, I admit, are...
Just the adventures of Edward Seakiller, a medical servant fed up of his job, and his best friend Johnny Mytus, as a princess is kidnapped by a mysterious mage whose intentions are not clear.
PG for some bad language, and some intense situations. Not for the squeamish.
It's funny, though.
This script was created off a writing prompt consisting of a human packed in a package much like a whole chicken. This story visits five minutes in the reverse world of chickens eating and having a weekly meal of human. What will happen when young CHEEP makes the dinner for her father CLUCK and...
The poem I wrote is an extened metaphor and has a greater meaning (as do all poems).
Everything relates to something, yes, even the colours.
H I N T : green in poetry stands for youthfullness, peace, fresh life etc.
so I hope you find a meaning to the poem. It is slightly a satire as well!...
A chronicle of the true events that led up to the world's greatest party of all time, thrown by one Mr. Gajhbi.
By Chris Green
The protagonist is driven to drink. Literally.
Short Story | Updated May 15, 2014 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 6