Captivity stories, books, poems, and more

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Six years ago, the government captured a mermaid. For years they studied her and experimented on her. Now they plan to go public and set her up in a display tank. The only problem is that many animal rights laws state that marine mammals must be kept in groups… Read More

Poem / Other

March 25, 2018

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Tags: cage, lion, captivity

Poem / Non-Fiction

October 24, 2017

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Yeong Ha-Song is the captive of a young man, and serial killer, by the name of Mint Wallows. He is abused and ultimately treated like a dog, but Yeong wholeheartedly views Mint as "a sweet boy inside the body of a killer". He's obsessed and in love, never bothered… Read More

Short Story / Other

January 04, 2017

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Poem / Poetry

September 05, 2015

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I wrote this, in 2015. It's part of my 2nd poem set, Comatose Rebirth. Read More

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Effy flees her sadistic father and his hideous life within the drug cartel, only to be dragged back by her own brother. Things have changed. Perhaps for the better, but following the usual habits of Effy's life, it is likely that they are going to get much worse. Read More
A very short story about the life of the girl Felicity, told by the view of a prisoner, years later. Read More
Lately, I've become very interested in defending orcas against captivity, and so I began to write a reply on a hateful comment on youtube and came up with a crazy idea to continue that comment and make it into some kind of essay. Read More

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As Angie Noam finally moves out from her parents house, she has to deal with problems she never thought she would have to deal with again. Living in captivity meant that she never understood the world, she lived in and now a new creature threatens to proove that she still… Read More

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This is my twelfth short story. by Faisal Fransu Read More

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taken from my book, "Pardon Me For Explaining" Read More

Tags: mind, captivity

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Jaspar Zarin, the bane of law enforcers across Tiastar, has always been inexplicably drawn towards the shadier side of the law. Fraud and thievery are second nature, crime being one of the few things he excels at in life, and so it seems perfectly reasonable to him that he should… Read More

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Everything is not as it may seem, so look deeper and find the beauty in the dark that lay just beneath the surface of your skin...everyone has her. This love is forbidden but pure... Read More

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A girl is trapped in a prision where she is so warped she doesn't know herself. But she knows one thing and that one thing is what keeps her sanity. Read More

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One man, One life, One test. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 25, 2009

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The Poem talks of changes all around which is negative Read More

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As is the way of all things in this world, it is open open to interpretation. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 13, 2008

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Captivity holds us all some how Read More
This is about a girl who escaped, from being held captive. Why? Who? I may answer those by expanding it. Maybe. Read More

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This is more of an essay than anything done a while back for a senior project. It deals with the appalling treatment of orcas in captivity and my feelings on the subject. Yeah...Lina *hearts* orcas. Read More
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