Empathy stories, books, poems, and more

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Macho words from the sidelines Read More

Tags: gone, empathy

This is one of my original poems. It is also featured on my blog. Read More
A short story for writing practice. In this story, you are given the chance to see death from a different perspective. Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 10, 2019

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Comments: 4

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An everyday micro-atrocity. Image by Mark Filter from Pixabay (90 words). Read More

Featured Review by Sharief Hendricks

"Excellent thought provoking poem Adam ! Entire colonies get wiped out each day, all in the name of hygiene, fear, or not in my home... Lov..." Read More

Reads: 224

Comments: 5

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Cover Image: vidar-nordli-mathisen-1518592-unsplash Read More

Poem / Other

April 25, 2019

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Comments: 7

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Tags: poem, sadness, empathy

Reads: 203

Comments: 7

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Featured Review by Jeff Bezaire

"I love the format you used for this poem! The scattered lines as if torn apart, unable to create one cohesive train of thought; the opposing si..." Read More

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Comments: 7

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The House Of Ten Thousand Exotic Rooms House

Written for a challenge using the 'Mystical Moments' oracle cards. cover credit: nathan-dumlao-367165-unsplash Read More

Featured Review by Jeff Bezaire

"What a beautiful ending. A lovely story of how someone embraced his fear and stayed true to himself, rather than let it drive him away and beco..." Read More

Written for a BoMoWriCha House prompt. Read More

Featured Review by Joe Stuart

"You made this into a suitably scary story, Hully. When I think of the huge advances that have been made with computer technology in such a short..." Read More

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A short poem about the desire for solitude. Read More
a girl cursed with eyes that change color based on her every thought and feeling, chelsea fights her whole life to keep the world from uncovering her secrets. but an old childhood friend takes a sledgehammer to the walls she’d spent years so carefully building. Read More
This writing is about the love all Christians are to have for others; and not just words, but good deed our YHVH sees and shall reward for; however those who help not others when its possible, shall receive the same measure when hungry and in world chaos. Read about the… Read More
Dedicated to the 22 veterans who take their lives each day and all those who struggle with thoughts of doing the same. Read More

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I short poem I wrote to symbolise love in a characteristic light. Read More
I am a concerned teen of India who is trying to understand the complexities of the human psyche. This article of mine is an attempt to understand the same. Read More
A woman is giving birth under extraordinary circumstances. A little story that explores the social forces that led up to it. Read More
People are unaware of the lies that easily deceive. Read More

Tags: life, lies, empathy, apathy

Poem / Poetry

November 24, 2014

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Comments: 1

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Peter Kassig. Read More
Religion set a tunnel vision set of mind when a person is not willing to learn of other religions and paths of spirituality. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 13, 2014

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Comments: 1

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This poem is about reflection and revision. Read More
A short article I was inspired to write during my travels through Asia. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 28, 2013

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Comments: 9

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Dedication to Criss Sole. A fantasy poem. Hope you like it. Read More
This is a true story… the events & characters all crossed paths, interacted, separated, and found each other again. Read More
Something that started in one direction and ended in another. About a boy the first gift for a girl. Read More
Ever wonder what happens to someone after they survive a suicide attempt? How are they able to function afterward. Read More
This one is a spoken word poem. Sort of. While it was for school, I had mainly written it directed toward someone who had once been a good friend of mine. I actually ended up reading this in my class and it apparently gave some people chills, or whatever. I… Read More
My name is Claire Holland. I’m 18 and I’m in a psychiatric hospital, I have been for as long as I can remember. Each day is a challenge for me, or at least that's what I keep getting told. I don’t remember my past, only specific images, nothing happy, mostly… Read More
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