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A very short story/Poem about something beneath "The Manor"!
Poetry | Updated Mar 9, 2015 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
the legend of fred continues with a twist..this could be the end of fred...and the legend.
Prompts - Windy Night, Midnight, Cat, Cherie, Batt, Church, Chimes, and last but not least, Underwear. Just a bit of fun, working from words given me by Bonnie -
Cycling through a whirlwind one autumn morning I was attacked by hundreds of butterflies ... or were they really something else?
When there is a string of murders in Chicago, Daniel Cross is sent in to investigate, only to find that he must question his morals to end the killing.
What happens when a good girl has a crush on a bad boy? Well, same happens with Anira Rourke. She has a crush on the bad boy, Ethan Valesques. What she doesnâ€™t know yet is that Ethan is one of nightâ€™s dangerous creatures. Will she love him after she finds out about his true identity?
This is the story of the life of a piece of cardboard, and its thoughts on life as it prepares to be recycled.
By Nicole Tabby
I wrote this because i went on vacation and it was windy on this cliff...
but it also shows that its very dangerous to be on the edge and having stuff try to push you off...
Poetry | Updated May 29, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Katie just Wants To Be That Average Girl That Gets The Good grades And Has Some very Close Friends, But Of Course With Her Constantly Moving It's Very had For Her To Be This.
And It's About To get A Hell Lot Harder.
A tribute to my Great Aunt Carol, a supporter of my poetry.
Poetry | Updated Nov 1, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I love winter. :) This poem is really different from my usual stuff, but I think it is cool.
Poetry | Updated Jan 26, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By Brian Peza Perrins
Winters nearly over, thank God!
110 stories of glass and steel, rising into the Chicago sky.