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By Mars Bhuntamata
"Bhunta" is the name they call those shining jewels full of power inside their body. "Partitions" is what they call themselves, the elemental form in human bodies. Since they can not choose the path to be born, they're chosen by their own fate to walk the earth as elemental protectors. When a...
Very short piece mixing the development of a book with water and its journey to the ocean
Poetry | Updated Oct 6, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A dream I had about a Japanese ritual.
By Vicki Cornell
Just random moments of time, either real to my life or made up. Welcome to glimpse of my life (well, for the ones that are my life)!
taken from my book,
By Tyler Benjamin
A novel I'm working on.
By Cassidy Small
I wrote this when I was experiencing an unfortunate day but was reminded in my devotions that I can dance through the rain.
By Cassidy Small
This is just a short poem I jotted down off the top of my head :)
Poetry | Updated Sep 10, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Unjust Mohan
When a glass is filled with water till its middle level, would it be correct to call it "Half empty" or "Half full"? Can there be another perspective to it? Read on to find the answer.
Poetry | Updated Sep 7, 2014 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A fun picnic at the park turns into a scary experience.
A little poem for you all. I'd like it to be a song. The italics are the chorus.
By Ted Gerard
This is Unfinished...I found it while cleaning it was on a piece of scrap paper...I tend to write or start ideas and I forget half the things I write... I think it was about a man being chased by himself...idk I'll start writing it again and it'll come to me...lol...my mind
When a Great White Shark washes up dead on a Californian beach with inexplicable wounds, questions soon follow. For a few days, the shark posthumously enjoys local and national limelight. After thorough investigations into the death of the beast yield nothing, the incident is soon forgotten and...