Death stories, books, poems, and more

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Short Story / Other

February 27, 2021

Reads: 11

Shelves: 3

The Abandoned House

The old man was not expecting anybody when the visitor showed up. Read More

Tags: death

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Book / Fantasy

February 23, 2021

Reads: 355

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

As she left earth and entered nothingness, Winter is on a verge to accomplish different tasks and learn new lessons she'd never learned before. As her path crosses a lot of twists and turns, will she be able to pass the other side without any constraints and hatred in her… Read More
Despite how much thought or fantasy humans have over the notion of death, the nature of it is interestingly one of the very few things we may not learn too much about in our journey in life. It's a puzzling and perplexing notion indeed - to see it happen all… Read More

Poem / Fantasy

February 23, 2021

Reads: 32

Comments: 2

Shelves: 3

The Abandoned House

Tags: death, siren

When a bunch of teenagers are having a sleepover and things get scary, how many of the teens will be able to get out? Read More

Book / Fantasy

February 21, 2021

Reads: 359

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Four noble houses have been known throughout the entirety of the kingdom of Silverton for quite a long time, but the fourth house has recently vanished, and its disappearance is still a mystery. A musician named Vaughan and his sister, Ariana took refuge at the mansion of one of the… Read More
The Raunch Wench Tavern and Whore House did not look like much on the outside but step inside and you will meet some of the best and worse adventurers anywhere. The tales of those that passed through this place are the basis for legends told the world over, but the… Read More

Tags: death, adventure, gods

Short Story / Flash Fiction

February 21, 2021

Reads: 42

Comments: 1

The Writing and Reviewing! House

a short story written for the review chain contest. 778 words. Read More

Tags: death, family, funeral

This is the 2nd half in this 2-part story. It would be best to read "Something Dangerously Special" first, then read this. Both stories are about 2,000 word combined. This day had not been "Something Dangerously Special for Cosset," as Rodney had hoped. But it was dangerous. Read More

Tags: death, fire, booze

Sometimes deaths go unsolved. Sometimes they go unpunished. Sometimes the victims are forgotten. Here I try to recount some real life stories of people I knew that fell victim to crime. * For privacy, names have been changed** Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 15, 2021

Reads: 37

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A poetry about losing the loved one Read More
“Then… what are we supposed to do now?” she asked, her voice small. “Simple.” Alex turned around, his back facing the school. “We die for real.” Zaira stood up, her knees weak and shaky. “But we’ve died once already.” “So? We’ll do it all over again.” Read More
Overwhelmed with sorrow, Idla narrated his story to Helen which explained why he always went to a particular spot in the restaurant Helen met him. What brought him grief? Read this story to find out. I'll try to keep publishing more parts of it, every Sunday, until it gets to… Read More

Tags: death, family, war, sorrow

In a world where everyone hides a dark secret behind closed door of our heart, you don't know which door will open to a dark end. (I am writing after a long hiatus) Read More
Death seems so relieving and easy. Is it? Read More

Tags: death, beautiful

Poem / Song Lyrics

February 12, 2021

Reads: 35

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Everyone knows that anxiety feeling where you no longer can catch your breathe and you’re sitting there at home trying to calm yourself down and it just won’t work like it feels like you’re dying and you no longer have control over anything..yeah... Read More
“You don’t have anything to hide, do you?” Everything. I have everything to hide. Everything to hide, and everything to lose. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 11, 2021

Reads: 36

Comments: 2

The Poems House

Just keeping it simple. Read More

Tags: death, rebirth, bee

Short Story / Other

February 09, 2021

Just my first attempt at writing. Its the beginning drafts of a short story. A single woman discovering she is pregnant in the midst of an alcohol addiction. Read More
Aurel felt a lump begin to form in her throat— a telltale sign that she would start to cry soon, whether it be out of sadness or guilt or just pure frustration out of the absurdity of her situation. She felt hopeless. She felt frightened. She felt dead. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 06, 2021

Reads: 47

Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

Tags: death, life, ancestor

Featured Review by AdamCarlton

"And so the circle turns, eternal..." Read More

Book / Memoir

February 05, 2021

first officially published on Scramble (https://cookthoughts2me.blogspot.com/) Xonfession-I dated November 28, 2020 (https://cookthoughts2me.blogspot.com/2020/11/xonfession-i.html) Xonfession-II dated February 5, 2021 (https://cookthoughts2me.blogspot.com/2021/02/xonfession-ii.html) Read More
A flash fiction inspired by the crimes of Jack the Ripper, exploring one of the possibilities of the Ripper's identity in a modern day setting as if the Ripper had returned or had been copycatted. Read More
An assignment from class. We were told to pick a season and write on imagery on that season, so I picked fall, and wrote a memento mori to my father. Read More

Tags: death, fall, poetry, father

Short Story / Other

February 04, 2021

Reads: 35

Comments: 1

Shelves: 3

The Abandoned House

It isn't always sorrow and grief that you feel at a funeral. Read More

Tags: death, anger, funeral

A short poem depicting a conversation of the good and the bad. Read More
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