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By Emmet Braun
A poem not contentment with life wanting to be a child and hide, wanting to get off a roller coaster ride, and run free with the elephants once again, the poem was 3 pages and i hit the wrong button and deleted it which sucks because nothing ever comes out exactly the same twice. It can be...
This story means a lot to me in a different way than the others do because I actually wrote this in so many different parts at so many different times and putting it together, mixing and blending different ideas together was so hard, yet entertaining. There is not much I can actually say about...
Short Story | Updated Apr 5, 2015 | Reads: 83 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A poem dedicated to a special girl. It's about a person and how he is contented with his life because of his true love, his Princess.
By Honeybee Lilico
More of my random musings, first draft so please excuse the imperfections!
I woke up in the morning just before the sunrise and at first i did not know what to do, but then i had this idea to write "Blue Velvet Story" just like that.So i wrote the first six lines in the morning and the rest i finished in other days.
Watch the sunset, and become part of the sunrise
By Noand Hegask
The things they hid from you when you were little.. Have you found them out? A sequel to Mandragona which correlates to Avengeador
So many wonders encountered, and yet she awaits breathlessness...
By Laura Colette
The local cops are baffled by the murder of a millionaire - by dog collar.
First book of my first series: Dixie Sunset. It is a psychological/ spiritual thriller/mystery set in the good ole southern usa.
Savannah, Adam, and Benjamin are three siblings whose family has a dark deadly secret. None of them knew of their knew of their deadly prophecy, until now.
Everyone deserves a break sometimes, especially on the weekend!
This poem is about a teenager who runs away from home
Poetry | Updated May 31, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Thoughts from a trail run