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By Jeff Bezaire
A pigeon, a cat, and a dog that can transform - the only friends a little girl needs . . . all of whom can talk of course.
When nine-year-old Abigale is chased through a veil of light by a shadow that has been tormenting her for most of her life, she finds herself in a foreign land filled with...
By Bradley Cannon1
No time to read a whole short story today? Check out these short scenes instead. Only 35 to 75 words each!
By Julius Joyce
What follows is the first part in what is likely to be many parts. This will introduce you to protagonist and maybe even antagonist. I hope you enjoy. This is after all my first attempt at anything in this world.
This is just something special I wrote for my mother for her birthday. I also made her a card and something I created out of Photoshop with her children on it, that includes me of course.
Better be something from the heart and something irreplaceable, than something brought with money and...
Poetry | Updated Apr 30, 2015 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5
By James Edgar Cooper
Parents play a huge part in a child's life. They should give them warmth and protection, security and safety from the evils of the world. They should understand when their Son or Daughter is upset or is worried about something and offer a loving hand... But what if your Son or Daughter told you...
I will leave this open to interpretation. Let me know what you think it's about!
You're the one and it's well known
We need you, but fail to see it through
We're frenzied, we're fueled, we're all in need of
Our foolish fallacies
Of what we want to be true
And we pegged it to you
So smile and...
Poetry | Updated Mar 9, 2015 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This story is largely up for interpretation and can have many different meanings. I enjoy ambiguity, so most of what I write reflects that. It is essentially about someone who finds them-self in a reality of endless possibilities, but soon learns that even a 'perfect' world has flaws and...
Short Story | Updated Mar 9, 2015 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Stereotyping. High school has taught me a lot of things about stereotypes and stereotyping. Maybe, it's good to stand out from the crowd... be one of a kind!!!
Miscellaneous | Updated Jan 15, 2015 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Aleya Michelle
Breaking my Heart - Synopsis
Roxy is a fighter, she is strong and independent. She knows exactly what she wants and is not afraid to go after it, especially when it comes to men. Roxy thinks she has men figured out, that is until she meets Kade. He storms into her life like a knight on a white...
A short 1 minute script about a unique girl trying to make it in a cookie mold world.
Script | Updated Jan 6, 2015 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Sai Ryoko
I'm always me. I remember as a kid when I wasn't me, just half of me. I never liked that so I made this poem. I'm me, never you.
By John Moore
During the artists life he never got to really see what is now considered to be his masterpiece come to fruition. The now iconic symbol on the back of Italyâ€™s 20-cent Euro coin first started out as a wax sculpture in 1913 (3 years before his death). Umberto Boccioni finished his piece as...
This is my story, thought id share..