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By Steven Salkeld
One of my poems, all comments gratefully recieved, thanks
My first works in a month. Hope it soothes my expectations.
Poetry | Updated Jul 11, 2012 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Blake Jackson
By; Blake Jackson [poetry]
By Think Pink
This is the stand-alone Epilogue for those that have already read Screaming in the Silence. Based on reader and fan requests for a more definite ending to the book, Lydia Kelly penned this epilogue to provide more information about the fate of the main characters.
Do Raleigh and Kaden reunite?...
this is a fantasy story ,it teaches one to believe in it
By Laila Alexander
When a chance comes across our path, in any of its forms and we abuse it...
A poem telling the tale of a forbidden love between a prince and a peasant girl, told through the eyes of the prince- in the style of Edgar Allan poe.
By Heath Jackson
The feeling touch of death?
Poetry | Updated Jun 25, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Adriana Gold
It's my point of veiw of nature and it's pretty funny. No hate.
Poetry | Updated Jun 20, 2012 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 5
By Naomi Folettia
A poem about an strange world where things aren't what they seem to be.
By Mandy Chakyra Dobson
William Codexal Is An Ordinary Teenager,Living For Learning, Learning For Working. Until One Day, The Exam Day, Everything Is Silent. What Happens In The Nurse's office?.. When a Group Of Teenagers Take It To The Limit To Survive..
A young man has the chance to know everything about his fiancÃ© for a price.
A young girl has found out that her father has murdered the king but on his behalf he tells that she is the one who attempted murder. Now she is running for her life in the forest with a basket and a vile that may change her destiny forever. This is a monologue she says right before she makes...
I had just started public school and was in a hurt rage because my parents didn't care that the decision they made broke something inside me that can't be fixed. I'm ok-ish now, sorta, but I found this and thought I'd share.
By Andrew Freyne
A Rose speaks volumes! These are my words, thoughts and reflections as I focus on this thing of beauty.
Miscellaneous | Updated Jun 9, 2012 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0