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By Nikki Evans
For Beau, who's really a pretty smart dog.
Poetry | Updated Aug 28, 2014 | Reads: 43 | Comments: 16 | Likes: 27
Started writing this a few hours ago. I'll be honest and say I'm slightly drunk, so if there are any grammatical errors I apologize. I haven't finished the story yet, and I want to tie in the term "No Regrets" with my planned ending. Read it if you like, if not it's fine. I probably wouldn't...
By Olivia Saw
A girl named Tessa had everything. She had the looks, the brains, the popularity, the talent and her wittyness that she is so proud of, who soon finds herself stalked by a another girl who she suspect to have the same face as her. What could be the reason behind this and will she ever find out...
Somewhere we lost our innocence. How could we have known that our advancement would be too much? We are our own undoing. We are not children anymore.We fade before our time. There is one however; the one without the fade. You will grow through hate and love, and something beautiful may just...
A short conversation between the brain and the body
By Vincent Lakes
A diary of a dog, and how he schemes to train his owners while the owners are attempting to train him!
By Kenn Sakurai
A short poem about what it means to be from an person view of right or wrong of who is smarter and weak, who stronger and kind, and who is stupid and mean.
Increasingly we are becoming too much like our technology. Jon is one of these "iHuman"s, constantly plugged into his phone and devoid of human interaction, that is until he meets Daisy.
Jay, a 17 year old hothead and Chemical, a 21 year old fanatic are stranded on a new found planet, hired by the System. They must get over their sibling-like rivalries and work together to get off the planet and wreck the System of their inhumane testing facility.
The story of amnesia, smart manservants, dumb lords, overdosage, a musical number, jewels!, minor theft, homelessness, instructions, and a very good ending (that's not that good).
I was a bit crazy when I wrote this, reading the whole thing aloud in a Texan and British accent.
Ever been accused of something that wasn't your fault. One minute experience I had as a child is what is going to be told andI was going to get my justice
It's been a very long time fellas! I apologize for this story that I posted within such a huge gap! Anyway, another blond joke for all y'all!! Enjoy!! :)
Don't forget to leave a like and comment once finished! PEACE! XD
Short Story | Updated Dec 4, 2013 | Reads: 83 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Melissa Firefox
For proof of validity, Malorie always asks her new boyfriends a few questions related to how they truly feel about her. And after interrogating Reed Tellman, there's no need to go further. Reed is perfect. And he's definitely the one.
Or so she thought.
Struggle to create the perfect self with too many medications ends up ruining the body