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A story of how stories can become a source for hope, or hopelessness, love and hate intertwined, and how simple a hero can become one.
Book | Updated Jan 12, 2015 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
There is nothing to say about a ghost story, except: Believe what you will.
By Bradley Johnson
Hugh Burman is a Private Investigator. His friend Cameron Adams writes a book about a serial killer. Someone read the book before it was published and became obsessed with it and tried to turn it into real life. Hugh and his team must figure out who did this.
Script | Updated Feb 7, 2014 | Reads: 22 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I dream of being a literary artist
Poetry | Updated Oct 21, 2013 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 7 | Likes: 17
By Aurelia Grey
Two sisters, one story.
By Jett Watson
A poem on the essence of a story. (Written about two years ago.)
Heâ€™s no ordinary,
Heâ€™s no ordinary man, son
For--he is a man who is truly
Blessed with gifted power,
from mighty heaven above.
He is a unique person son
A storyteller of class, caliber and talent
He is widely known and he is really gallant..
By Sabina Yasmin Rahman
What would every storyteller pledge to?
(I started writing this for National Novel Writing Month, but I haven't finished it yet. Hopefully, I will soon.)
Boy meets girl. Boy likes girl. Girl turns out to be a magical figure known as the StoryTeller, keeper of all stories. On their first date, she spins the tale of Laomi, the...
The Tale of Tarak-Kar begin in about 1993 as an exercise for me in writing in the epic poetry style. I did not, at the time, think it would go anywhere, but was intrigued by the format. I was interested in exploring the old tradition of passing down stories through the...
A short poem about a storyteller. Enjoy!