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Random First Lines:This is the first script to the first issue of the comic I' writing "Dead Man's Hand" based on my short story of the same title. This is far from... » Read
Lake Autumn is a young teenager, and a basket case. Months after the death of her father, she is sent away to a well-known academy, her mother says it's because she needs help on her studies, her mother's new pet knows it's only because the not social daughter is in the way or her mother's...
By Gareth Brown
Politeness costs something
This is a true story of my younger childhood. This is about the paranormal and I hope that if this has affected you in any way to let me know. I hope you enjoy.
By Writing For Dunn
the child lives with her mum but the mum has hatred for this young 7 year old child, will they ever make up? or will they go to war?
Short Story | Updated Nov 24, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Just some writing about a girl.
Typical teenager going through typical teenage stuff,boys,college,real and imaginary friends,schizophrenia.
Don't ask me where this title came from. I just gave a title which reflects the uncertainty and the confusion of the poem. It is basically a poem of opposites and the edges of feelings.
Witch has a hair Fetish! Read this story and find out more about Jenny's and David's first date!
Short Story | Updated Nov 6, 2013 | Reads: 29 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A man is guided by a strange little goblin who leads him to a theater of bizarre beasts.
â€œI remember having a family, Friends, Happiness but... we all know it never lasts mine probably ended the worst I look back today with my wife and the day we meet should I tell you?â€
â€œTell us your whole story so we know how you feelâ€
It all started when I meet the...
Short Story | Updated Nov 4, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A look into the mind of Alexis Vaughan
Poetry | Updated Nov 3, 2013 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
No one can change you. Only life can help you change (Naturally) rather than your friends or your family. Don't just think. Know that it's a mistake that you'll make someday.
High School Life
By Miri Fern
"Mr. Triponov straightened, and raised the hose, rinsing off the soap. Just as he lifted his arm, he felt a strange sensation--the hairs on the back of his neck prickled, and he felt as though he were being watched. His expression carefully unchanged, he looked to his left.
On top of the stone...