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By Stormbird Throneshaker
Written by Stormbird Throneshaker 01/13/2014
Poetry | Updated Jul 31, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Annie Mouse
Religion has always been a touchy thing for me, mostly because I get extremely heated about the topic. Most people who know me know better than to start an argument about religion with me in the room. I had to rant to myself because I'm having a conflict at the present moment. Read this if you...
By Jay Allan Young
Twin brothers, Peter and Chris, find themselves lost in a Forest in Halifax. When they get separated, Chris continues to search for help to save himself and his brother. His reality turns inside-out once he meets a stranger who is trapped with them, but who has been there for much longer.
Six year old Arella wonders what is at the end of the rainbow, and why some rainbows are different. This short story makes metaphors and references to something beyond humans and what a rainbow is: mystery.
By Zak Refis
Have you ever met God in person during your lifetime? It's not a question usually asked. Most of us think of it as a baseless question too. Non-believers say that God doesnt exist whereas believers sometimes claim that it's not easy to meet God. If you ask me I would say God exists in each and...
Short Story | Updated Jul 18, 2014 | Reads: 54 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 6
By Ted Gerard
It's about a succubus, demon hunters and a young girl becoming a woman of sorts...
Afraid of demons, are we?
By Carrie Beth
Struggling with loss and coping with its heartbreak all begins to make a little more sense.
An essay on the occult works of Dion Fortune, aka Violet Firth.
By Jay Allan Young
This is a one way conversation about me remembering a loved on that has passed.
What is Love? Is it a condition of the mammalian aspect of the brain, or is there something spiritual to it?
We are, always have been and always will be part of everything in the universe. Understand that and you will feel the love of all things.
By Ana Gibson
A Short Story about forgiveness
Originally titled The Maid Who Knows, changed to She Who Knows to give a more vague title. Hope you like it.. :)