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By Ben A Vanguarde
Just because we were twins does not mean we are the same. Which twin is happier?
Short Story | Updated Sep 20, 2014 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 6 | Likes: 7
This is poetry, so please, come up with your own fucking interpretation you lazy bastard. That's the point, yes there are themes of god, atheism, and find your own path in life, but there are many possibilities. In short, it is about a child leaving home when they turn eighteen.
By Wily Geist
Listing of characters with photos from new freedom AMERICHI PROGRAM: CIA and Chinese are now working in tandem to destroy any citizens that are fighting or fleeing the new government.
Short Story | Updated Sep 15, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Edgar The Poet
The number one rule of poetry that everyone should understand.
Amazing, and I am a bore.
By Maanya Charu Kalra
As a regular teenager just turned adult, struggling through the new college environment, my view on life really changed. I just feel like skipping it all. I feel like its better to not get any experience than making so many efforts. My laziness speaks in this poem and I feel a part of all of...
Poetry | Updated Aug 24, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Survival becomes hard, when you're outnumbered. Restlessness overcomes you and you soon go crazy. With no food, no water and no escape, only those who stay sane will stay alive.
By Shielah Yuyama
This is some opinion and insight I have in mind, with all concerns of getting an MA in Literature despite of having a different degree.
taken from my book,
By Charlie Dewatt
Hello friends! This my small piece of work hope you guys will enjoy. Its my talk to myself about my struggle and passion for writing. About my desire to write more and more.
Please share your views with me as I always need feedback from you good writers. Just help me to make my work better...
By Patricia Mcgurk Martin
I was recently in Manassas, Virginia and wrote this poem.
A thin line between love and obsession.
Rosalind's father has crossed that line.
A big house, full of passion and secrets.
The silence of the shadows deafening.
Over-protection is detrimental sometimes.
Rosalind is loved greatly by her father and Nanny.
Rosalind always tries to please and...
By Robert Kasch
Some jobs are made to walk away from.
Short Story | Updated Jul 30, 2014 | Reads: 62 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 6
taken from my book,
By Ted Gerard
It's about a succubus, demon hunters and a young girl becoming a woman of sorts...