Exile stories, books, poems, and more

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Written for a writing group, topic: "Exile". This is NOT autobiographical, but inspired by the life of Bertold Brecht (a German author). It's about someone being forced away from home into a strange environment and all he/she can think of is to get back home as soon as possible. Read More

Tags: hope, sad, new, exile, homesick

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I have nothing to say about this story, except that I hope you'll like it! Read More

Tags: love, marriage, exile

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Everyone has a purge story...this just happens to be one of many. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 03, 2015

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Banished in Exile Read More

Tags: exile

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Katia has been exiled from her home of The Summerlands and sent across the divide to The Winterlands. A land of eternal winter filled with thieves,monsters,murders, and all manner of strange beings. Katia will meet strange companions, go on an interesting adventure, and accept her powers. This is part 1… Read More

Miscellaneous / Other

May 23, 2014

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Delusional. Read More

Tags: exile

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Aliens Attack Earth to put a stop to mankind's destructive use of the planet and to enslave the survivors. The story centers mostly around a down sized middle aged former factory manager who makes his way through the attack and relocation. Read More

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Part 2 of my Lighter Than Air project, this poem continues the adventures of our protagonist and his lover, Elizabeth as they try and escape from an unknown villain while simultaneously consolidating their new love. Read More
Each revolution has its leader, who builds the history for their country. This was true and in 1917 in Soviet Union after Lenin’s revolution which was built on violence, and it continued afterwards by Stalin, and it considered to be the dark era of the Soviet Union. 1937 was the… Read More

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Resurrection question Posture of a Being on a Rocking Chair Leaning Lazy Boy Palmetto Woods in Search Of a Harvest with Spade in Hand Land Grants a Grand Stand - a Full House. Enclosed blinds, seeking Blind. Wednesday Mornings ante Day of plenty Spent waterfalls, an Ivy Wall Vine twined… Read More

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The true story of a high school scandal that led to a girl's exile for six years. Read More
Fearing that which was rising from the ancient tunnels the miners take refuge within the dwarven city under the Lonesome Mountain. Due to his lie to protect Neya, Alan becomes the middleman between the king and the miners. After meeting the dwarven court, he learns there is more to fear… Read More

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The first poem I EVER wrote. Written after I had to leave home and live in Wales for 2 years :| Read More

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A short story Read More

Book / Fantasy

April 11, 2012

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Long ago, the world of Synestra was in balance. Magic was spread equally among the world, and those who were fortunate enough to recieve it were given the appropriate training. However, when King Nolan II came into power in Taemin, he exiled every single mage within his kingdom to a… Read More
Now I am in a good position. Both of us, my wife and me, are employees and earning well enough to live happily. However, we do not feel happy in the sense of that purity of happiness we had had in our old village. Anyway, along with these memories of… Read More
One of my oldest and most long running stories (Updated just a few weeks ago at the time this summary was written) this is a good look at how my writing has evolved over the past couple of years. As for what it's about, an old war hero and general… Read More

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The thoughts of a solider not to proud about human nature, particular in the destruction of war. Read More

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a short poem i wrote some night and again added chords and some harmonica to. sorry for the harsh and raspy sound of my voice on this one,but had a really sore throat. Read More

Tags: waste, exile, alas

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just a poem about a person stuck time stuck in the crack of the world can't move can't breathe as he watches his friends move on Read More

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Five young women, one artifact, the Golden Horseshoe. Exiled from her homeland because of a fire and murders of her family and because of a magical sword, she is forced to make the journey to Hartra. Adventures follow, but what awaits her? Read More

Book / Romance

May 24, 2010

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Just wait for the right time. That's how reality usually works, doesn't it? Just be patient. Do the best you can, and you can be rewarded, isn't that right? But sometimes...waiting just might not be enough. He did, and now he's paying the price for it. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 08, 2010

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In short the poem is about watching your own death and how it might appear to someone ie a spirit/ghost. Read More

Tags: death, ghosts, exile

Poem / Poetry

October 05, 2009

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free prose type writing.... Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 21, 2009

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To be exiled on earth... Read More

Tags: exile

This is just a short story about a wolf... who has a sad ending... sorry if this is sad for you, i rly do love wolves!! Read More

Tags: death, spirit, exile, wolfe

Poem / Poetry

September 23, 2008

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The Booksie Classic House

In a mini-depression. All traces of a social life somehow vanished in elementary school, and I'm feeling the effects more and more as I go through high school. Read More

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This piece was inspired by Robert Heinlien, who theorized that those who did not appreciate the benefits of civil society should have those benefits stripped from them. WARNING: the following story is NOT for the faint of heart! Read More
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