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By Dante The Writer Of Fictionish Short Storys
short little story about a gazelle named Andrew who has an addiction to chewing tobacco and feels like the best use of his time is pondering life
Short Story | Updated Jul 26, 2014 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
John Kenobi's adventure turns into a nightmare after he finds out that he's betrayed. That betrayal was a master plan for something more.
By Tina Abre 24
Karyn Pryce is drifting aimlessly along through life working in a boring office that is until a new manager comes along and makes a few changes. Life takes a downward turn for Karyn until she's handed a lifeline in the form of a bizarre proposal.
The Con, the Game...
By Gideon Elrod
This isn't your average
Poetry | Updated Nov 8, 2011 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 8 | Likes: 14
A poem about Indiana University and the jaded youth, the alcoholic brain sleep, the "Welcome Week" to start the year.
A teenage perspective on mothers. Written in a similar method to what Shakespeare used for Friar Lawrence's monologue on plants from Romeo and Juliet.
This was just a fun concept to use when I used part of the Shakespearean sonnet method: 10 Syllables in each line, usually 14 lines (But this...
An emotionally wrecked, and a constant scenario writer of situations meets an old man at Chicago Union Station, who makes her take a good look at humanity and think about mortality and immortality.
By Little Voice
Satirical spoken word poetry, anti-imperialist and anti-'democratic'
My confusing poem based off 'I am the Walrus'. I was interested by the way he [John Lennon] made this based off a Lewis Caroll poem called, 'The Walrus and the Carpenter' from 'Through the Looking Glass'.
Poetry | Updated Jan 18, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 3
By Lord Gobshot
TV Review about the BBC's greatest ever programme and its recent and astonishing research into Nike footwear - Nevermind the Sweatshops - its the Piss in the Boots of which we all need to be aware.
Silly idea but if you like Monty Python and crazy british eccentricity you should get a pretty good idea of the look of the characters, sound of their voices etc. Some distasteful images but I don't think it crosses the line. For US readers it may be worth tapping in a search for 'Lembit Opik'...