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A pool of blood, a knife in hand and a room smelling of rotting flesh from the last two days. What exactly did happened two days earlier?
The sudden fall while reaching for the top...
Wrist-cutting is a self-harm. But when you've to escape from the grip of painful reality, wrist-cutting provides you the dream relief you've always wanted.
My Name is Gemma Kendall is a short story written in first person, present tense. It is a piece of literary fiction which focuses on dark themes such as bullying, depression, alcoholism and crime. The story is written as a stream of consciousness; the narratorâ€™s thoughts and opinions are...
A scitzaphrenic slowly goes insane. moderate gore.
By Little Blue Bird
Amethyst feels the need to harm herself while at school. Luckily, she has support of her adviser/counselor. mikaelashea.com/3elements holds a contest and I wrote this flash fiction story to enter it. I had to use the words,
It's a terrible habit, really... But sometimes it's all you can do to keep from breaking down...
By The Sheep
Please read my short story The Wrist Watch.
By Jennifer Brighton
'til my breath is spent...
Irony can physically hurt sometimes
Arabella stared a rebellion on accident and became their leader, when see save her bf from death. But she is also the adopted daughter of most their most hated enemy. She has to becarefull full that nether side finds out.
By Emir Feroz Khan
The Qur'an teaches that the person who steals should have his or her hand cut off. This cutting off of the hand serves as a retribution and punishment from Allah. This punishment was ordered by Allah and was practiced by the Prophet. Can such a form of punishment for theft come from the creator...
last night i was cutting myself..and after an hour or so i stop and wrote this poem..of how physical pain hurts but emotional pains hurts worse and goes unseen
By Deadly Words
THIS IS ME...
Poetry | Updated Mar 3, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 7