Burial stories, books, poems, and more

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Seeing our family pass away is never easy. Read More

Tags: religion, cult, burial

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The struggle for survival is difficult; we must tend to our families, but also look after ourselves. Who is worth burying? Read More
If you were to be literally grounded under the ground, what would you think of? Read More

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Two children, one boy and one girl, are on the verge of being late for school. What hijinks will ensue? (Author Note) This is the first draft for a fiction assignment. I'm only posting it here in its unfinished form because I wonder if I could get some critique from… Read More

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Two children, one boy and one girl, are on the verge of being late for school. What hijinks will ensue? (Author Note) This is the first draft for a fiction assignment. I'm only posting it here in its unfinished form because I wonder if I could get some critique from… Read More

Poem / Humor

December 02, 2013

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A man with a pathological love of money Read More

Tags: love, food, money, burial, miser

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This book is a God-ordained tool responsible for letting believers know what has become theirs for the taking, by reason of Christ's death, burial, and resurrection. Read More
My unedited story about a man who journeyed to find his ancestors blade. Inspired by Norse myth and ritual burial. (Partially Unedited) Read More

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They say revenge is a dish best served cold, as cold as the grave? Read More

Tags: food, revenge, burial

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A man loses his wife only to meet someone resembling him but she is murdered by someone....who is it and why? This story will have you guessing...who it is ? Read More

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Exciting new author, Tina Kaleal, gives us a mystery that is set against the backdrop of Salem, Massachusetts. She shows us a slice of small town American during the Halloween season. But, there is more slicing going on this Halloween that ever expected. Read More
The transformation of a man, and the struggle of dealing with someone losing their Mother. Read More

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An interview with a serial killer isn't exactly something normal people would want to do. Detective Nava was one of those people, yet still she sat across a man that made her shudder. The man in questioning laughs off the whole event as if he were living in his own… Read More
The culture of Ancient Egypt held copious aspects of mystery and individuality that have facinated historians and laymen alike even to this day. One of the most fascinating procedures in their cultural rituals was that of mummification... Read More

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A sewer treatment plant built on the beach front road, where it could be? In Vizag, a large metropolitan city in South India with a population over 2 million. “Whose idea was that?” inquired Juggernaut. “Don’t ask me, I only work here,” replied the irritated lady engineer working at the… Read More

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Laken is a lone succubus, out doing what she wants in life. The vampires are begging Laken for her help, because The Hunter is back. And what better way to take down a mortal man than with a beautiful woman? NOTE: I rated it PG for language, nothing else. Read More

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sometimes life reminds you how fragile it really is... Read More
The past is the past. Read More

Tags: sea, burial

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This Epitaph posting is intended to be funny, humorous and ironic. A wasted life? You decide. Enjoy. Read More
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