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Similic the humanoid wolf lives in a world where humans no longer exist. Only animal and human hybrids dominate the earth now. Humanity has long since made themselves extinct, and the planet is populated by a variety of these 'furry characters' that have used their skills and the leftover technology… Read More

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An anxious student puts on a rugby shirt Read

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August 11, 2023

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A small poetic short story about a "seed" that develops throughout the hardships of a seeds life, battling causes unknown to the seed. Read

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June 13, 2023

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Anything any human being has experienced is's just expressed through MY filters Read

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February 18, 2023

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'From heart break some people have suffered From weariness some people have died But take it all in Our troubles are small Till we get like Bonnie & Clyde'. The Trail's End, Bonnie Elizabeth Parker, 1934 Read

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"I think I'm in a stronger place than I ever was. After the breakdown- or I like to say, the breakthrough," Kanye West, 2018. Read

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December 13, 2022

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I wrote this years and years ago and every now and again the words would surface up into my mind I decided to make an audio recording. Read

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Another random thought I had years ago that I found while cleaning about to be thrown in the garbage. Read

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July 07, 2022

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June 15, 2022

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Rekindle the fading lights Read

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Wrote this in 1930, twenty years before I was born about my mother when she was in her twenties. The image I envision is of a beautiful young woman with black shoulder length hair standing beside a 1930's locomotive with a tattered single suitcase. She's in a beige suit with… Read

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February 19, 2022

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Philosophical Query... Who thinks the thoughts you think? Read

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November 28, 2021

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October 25, 2021

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Night-time scribbles, but got short on English vocabulary. Read

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August 25, 2021

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Thoughts of a old flame. Read

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The qualities of a good father. Read

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Certamente não é para pessoas que vêem o mundo só a preto e branco. A Vida é: incerta, imprevista, por vezes maluca. E, nesta vida de imprevistos, o autor expressa nos seus poemas a vida como a recebe ou recusa. Aqui a história de uma vida, de muitas vidas é… Read

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Please say yours Read

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February 10, 2021

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just check it out Read

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September 10, 2020

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Learnings from dad. Read

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The world's an octopus of received information. And the perceiver at the center of those arms grabs at what they can. Read
A two liner you would want to read for some motivation in your life! Short and Sweet and worth your time! Read

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February 04, 2020

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As a teenager, sometimes we feel like we have no control over any aspect of our lives. This is my side of the journey. Read

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The worst part about the holidays: going home to pesky relatives. No. I'm not on any medications. Read

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Drip Drop Read

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November 19, 2019

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Étant mon deuxième et dernier recueil de poèmes basé sur mes convictions philosophes à propos de l'existence humaine, "Une Étoile Inconnue Brille dans le Ciel" peut être considéré non seulement une suite plutôt directe de la description des évènements du "Triomphe Grotesque" mais aussi l'évolution de l'idéologie présentée dans les… Read