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By Joseph Phoenix
The view of a guardsmen at a trainstation
A short insight to the world of an evacuee.
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An unforgettable moment in a young man's life.
Short Story | Updated Apr 30, 2014 | Reads: 87 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Where there once was a promenade, a cafÃ© and Britain's first lifeboat station .... there is now rubble.
My future is delivered unto me at Jenkintown.
Short Story | Updated Feb 17, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Laila is introduced to a time station by a new friend.
The whole poem is complete nonsense, it just rhymes, and within the poem itself it states its purpose...Here's my defense: ...
News Update! Tune in at five to hear the story of a brave uneducated man's legal endeavors as he verses the corporate giant Burger King. Guns, hoes, death, anger, robots, cigars, old people, I'm just reading the screen, money, dirty cops, national economics... NEEEWS! Tune in at five.
A BOY GIVES A GIRL THE STARE ON A TRAIN STATION IN 1965.
Poetry | Updated Oct 5, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Humanity has discovered a way to keep a person alive. Forever. The wars that followed this discovery changed Earth completely, almost destroying the planet in the process. And while Earth remains orbiting in the Sol System, it and its children will never be the same.
With their homeworld...
By David S Grayson
How could you let the love of your life go, when you know he may not come back?
Written for R A B Bradbury's August Short Story Contest and based on the song "Billy don't be a hero" by Paper Lacer
End is a boy, Beginning is a girl, Middle is a station where they were supposed to meet but End muddled everything up and it's too late to try and fix the situation.....
Short Story | Updated Aug 27, 2013 | Reads: 138 | Comments: 6 | Likes: 15
An old man waiting at the train station finds himself talking to a teenage boy to while away the time. While waiting for their train, the old man thinks about how many people he has killed, so many he cannot count. He wonders why he must kill these people, why he is the one to do it and why he...
Entire Manuscript to DISCRIMINATION: A True Story about Randy Pettitt and the Plantation Fire Department
A WOMAN AND A YOUTH AT A GAS STATION IN 1963