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By Tarila Ebi
deep inside my thought, eating me up like locust,all i see is blank spaces filled with my emotions, from past and present coming to me in slow motion.
Poetry | Updated Oct 27, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
A short parable type piece. I like to think the best way to explain it is to imagine it's written from the perspective of a young man with autism and schizophrenia... Little bit morbid, but oh well! It's worth mentioning that this I haven't focussed this to a religious audience... but if you...
Athena, the infamous controversial writer, requested, John an upcoming well-known interviewer to speak with her each day in 1 week. However, the catch is if he has sex with her during that week, the interview is off. Can he resist her charms?
By Sergeant Baker
Post apocalyptic short story, following an unnamed man, living in a cabin by himself. When he attempts to open up to someone, and help someone, it has unforeseen consequences.
Short Story | Updated Oct 17, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Christopher Daniel
Senses was a short story I wrote as an assignment in English class.This is an elaboration which speaks more so about the background of the realm and the every man.
By Christian Nelson
A young man's desperation who is allowed to linger a bit too much in thought.
A short story about a spider in my yard.
This is the art of a highly regulated drabble... kind of. See it's funny! It was just a small something I did a while back, and hopefully might make someone smile. It is one hundred words! No more, no less.
Its a connection. That is the key that unites a melody, with a man, with a stranger. In a simple classroom two children discover what it truly means to connect. That single moment, that sharing, will change a thought. It might just change a life.
By Serenity In Notions
Hopefully something to make you think : )
Poetry | Updated Sep 20, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
ITS ABOUT HOW TO IMPROVE THE INDIAN ECONOMY STARTING THE WORK FROM VILLAGES
Short Story | Updated Sep 2, 2013 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Ansel Rover
This is one little poetic observation of what might be called the greatest riddle of all.
I was getting nothing done one night, and I was reminded that I had plenty that I needed to do and that I needed to get my mind off of my distractions--including, among them, what I see as a moral...
Essay | Updated Aug 22, 2013 | Reads: 78 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 3
About the line between reality and fantasy.
Just the thoughts that were running through my head at the time...