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Life is just cycles. Or is it? Read More
The island of Puerto Rico, right in the middle of the Caribbean sea is a U.S. territory, the Federal govt has control over 'EL Yunque' a mountain and a rain forest on the east side of the island. Many strange stories coming from this 'rain forest'. Read More

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this is a short story about tree and tree stump. How narrator observed them both during the time of wind . Read More

Poem / Other

January 01, 2014

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The black branch of the dead tree watches all the things that change people and motivate them from inside. Read More

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A kindhearted young man living in a grove amidst a meadow tries to allure the beautiful Mishra into his company despite being surrounded those who think ill of him. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 22, 2012

Reads: 97

Comments: 2

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I am writing about what I look at. Read More

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A tribute to the simplest beauties of life Read More

Reads: 136

Comments: 5

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A Boy who loves butterflies falls for a girl (Girls view) Read More

Poem / Young Adult

August 11, 2010

Reads: 125

Shelves: 1

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Poem on needing someone to talk to Read More

Reads: 332

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

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Defence - A Micro-Chip Which Tunes The Human Body Into A Perfect Defence Vessel. The Earth Will Never Stop Marching... (This story is going to be quite short; because it's one of those short shock stories, maybe 10 or 20 chapters?) Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 24, 2008

Reads: 4492

Comments: 12

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With a tree, the strength lies hidden, beneath the surface. Maybe we slowly become that way too, as our character develops like roots in the ground. Read More

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