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Random First Lines:Silly Willy Winston in the Adventures of Super Snout - Have NO Fear was the second to be launched on Amazon on 8.21.15. In this book, when a... » Read
we all could use a little push when we are fighting, a little breath when we are suffocating. this is just a little poem to keep you going. it's not graphic so everyone should be fine to read :)
This is about suicide and how I wanted to die. Warning maybe triggering
Poetry | Updated May 10, 2015 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By Anders Killington
Night was dawning but Ders was hoping for dawn. Fall had lost its vibrant orange, electric yellow, and ruby red colored leaves of Acadia National Park on family picnics. Adulthood changed Ders perspective of fall to resemble the barren trees and dead-end road of Mylesâ€™s empty...
This is a true event story of some personal events that have recently affected my mental, and my emotional health, and I just wanted to share.
In their world, everybody is a doll. They have button eyes, cloth for skin, and a red thread to stitch their mouths closed, so nobody can really communicate. Everybody is a bully; mean to each other but in the end that's how things stayed together...until an opposite, a happy, friendly, and...
still a w.i.p
Poetry | Updated Apr 29, 2015 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Ce Hicks
I am forced to witness the consequences of my actions, and how they have affected the ones I hold most dear.
Short Story | Updated Apr 28, 2015 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Charlotte Beau
Kathy is in her mid twenties, a very attractive young woman, intelligent and sharp. She is a brilliant trader in Europe. Gary is handsome and has beautiful green eyes.He is one of the top business men in town and produces automotive spare parts around the globe. They have been in romance and...
Summer Flynn doesn't believe that her best friend committed suicide. She doesn't believe it at all. Nancy was murdered, and she was going to prove it.
taken from my book
By Robert Kasch
There's always something left to do...
Short Story | Updated Apr 26, 2015 | Reads: 49 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 6
Gateway; a tear in reality to the next.
By Ted Gerard
Another passing thought. What do you think?
battling stage 3 cancer for a while, a mother drops subtle hints about wanting to let go after dealing with the family pet dying of kidney disease. This is a true story that happened to me. Interpret it however you like.