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By Sara Battaglia
This is a poem I wrote for Arbor Day as I stared out the window in my dorm at college. I go to college in the city, so I was inspired to write about the beauty and importance of trees for people who have lived in a world that lacks green. I am always inspired by nature, and I hope that others...
What starts out as Bright can turn Dark in an instant.
Short Story | Updated Feb 20, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By The Jangler
An experience like none other.
By Kevo The Loner
A symbolic story about a lonely boy walking.
By Lauren Anne
In life, one may often feel that things are moving too fast or too slow. This short story not only suggests that life is constantly changing speeds, but also explores the idea that we are being controlled by a greater force.
Short Story | Updated Nov 13, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Colton Cotton
The moral of this story is simple: Looks can be deceiving.
This was the story I wrote for my English half-yearly exams this year. My teacher said I made her cry, (though I don't think that's very hard for a woman like her, I took it as a compliment to my writing skills nonetheless). The prompt was: 'write about a box'. So this is about a girl attending...
This is a poem I wrote about my feelings of my girlfriend being away at college and me being depressed and unable to share my true feelings with her.
A very brief introduction to my newest project
Taking a break from Stan Chronicles. I am starting a novel about the end of life itself and what happens when it is upon us.
By Elizabetha Gabriella
This is a fantasy poem if I were a Rainbow from God. That is what I want to be. Let it be so.
The first episode of my new Stan Chronicles series which will explore many genres and tackle many social issues.
A guy lamenting on the internal demise of the girl he loves (or something like that :)
By Eileen Mcguinness
To many of us THE WALL OF SILENCE is something where we believe there has been a cover up or that justice has not prevailed.Perhaps there are conspiracy theories which can prevent us from having any faith in the judgement of those who can pass out sentences on those who are responsible.The wall...