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Random First Lines:A story of an interviewer interviewing a war veteran based on the poem 'Next to of course, God, America, I' by EE Cummings. » Read
Based on a personal story I read online. Please feel free to comment below on your thoughts and how you think I may improve in my writings. Thanks for reading!:)
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For one day, Red Riding Hood will return to him.
This poem is the truth about people with trust issues. how they think and how they exaggerate outcomes that would never occur.
If you like this poem because of the water analogy, or looking for another water-like poem for a project. (or forensics.) Check out the poem, monster of the sea, on my...
18 year old, Senior Jalynn Khale goes to the end of school Bon Fire bash at an abandoned side of the beach. A crazy event happens to her when she is inside the water. Two weeks later she finds herself stuck with supernatural abilities, from there her life keeps getting even more confusing. What...
Very short poem...I think everyone must feel like this every once in a while.
By Bad Decision Maker
Everyone experiences that first time being drunk, just so happened that mine was in grade six. I wanted to share my short story of my first experience getting drunk.
The story of Mr. Wong, a Chinese immigrant that operated a shoe store at a busy street corner for decades in a southern Indian town.
Ever been looking for shows that you haven't seen, but you feel would be interesting to watch. Well if you have, come check out my article, where I list 10 TV-Shows that I love, and recommend to you.
Two teens a boy named Ryu and a girl named Bell both try to commit suicide, but something odd happens instead that may make them rethink suicide.
The first bit of a story I thought of a while back. Please let me know if you think I should continue.
By Hi Im A Person
These were my ideas for the charachters. Hope you guys like them
Miscellaneous | Updated Apr 24, 2013 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Gob's action packed adventure story.
Maniah's final moments in life.
A poem about the unexpected difficulties that arise in relationships.