Jail stories, books, poems, and more

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He has come across a very mysterious man. What is he? What is he planing to do? Read More

Tags: love, torture, escape, jail

He is in an unknown place. Everywhere is dark and mysterious.Who is who here? Read More

Tags: mystery, escape, jail

Reads: 89

Shelves: 1

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I just got out of graduate school, it was my first year at a law firm. I was the rookie. The underdog, the firm that I worked for didn't let me do major cases just yet, so I have been looking into cold cases that have been piling up in… Read More
He does not know where he is. Is he in Jail? Whatever is actually happening to him? Read More
12-year old Josh Taylor is sentenced to jail for shoplifting. His 11-year old cellmate helps Josh adjust to the shock of imprisonment. This is their story, as told by Josh. Read More
I don't usually bring politics into Bert's stories but if you read closely you will find this story has nothing to do with politics, it is all about a person's thought process and how they connect the dots. Read More

Tags: wife, jail, bert, trump

Trying to connect God, depression, doubt, and anger into a cohesive response to the maker. Read More

Tags: god, soul, jail, locked, abba

Poem / Poetry

March 01, 2019

Reads: 187

Comments: 8

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A teacher gives his students a surprise Thanksgiving dinner. His students, in turn, then surprise prisoners at a local jail with a special Thanksgiving feast. Read More
This is the story of Rebecca a 12th grader who has depression and its getting worse. Her brother Matt and their coach John Carter but, she turns them down every turn she gets. She doesn't want them evolved she thinks this is her fight alone when it's not. Her… Read More
A convict is a person found guilty of a crime and sentenced by a court or a person serving a sentence in prison. Initially many British convicts were sent to the American colonies as cheap labour. Jon was a convict. He was "A Single Man" sent to jail for… Read More
In this short story I will be discussing some of the gritty things that happen in a jail. Some things will be comedy, some things will be gross. Read along for details Read More
Adekoya Adetunji is a poet. The best poet Alive. Read More
What tag's go along better then "friendship" and "alcohol." #Not giving away any spoilers. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 24, 2017

Reads: 292

Comments: 2

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Tags: alcoholism, jail

This is a story about my father and his life. Read More
Can a prisoner sing for their freedom? Read More
He is behind bars.Why? He does not quite know. What has he done? It's to be seen. Read More

Reads: 2376

Shelves: 3

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It was the night of December; 20, 1870 when Haira was in jail, alone, within the four walls of a cell, having no idea about her future and her destiny. It was cold, so cold. She was freezing and no one cared about her, pregnant at only 20 and so… Read More

Tags: war, pain, freedom, peace, jail

Reads: 3351

Comments: 1

Shelves: 2

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After all Jack is in prison, but why? Read More

Tags: story, jail, from

the downside of a relationship with a complicated woman Read More

Reads: 669

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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This is a short version of my crazy, year of 2014, 2015. Read More

Tags: death, moving, baby, mom, jail

Poem / Humor

February 19, 2016

Reads: 335

Comments: 1

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This is a fictional poem. Read More

Book / Romance

February 22, 2016

Why should you get punished for something that you have not done? If the law can't help you, then help yourself. Kenny Chay was convicted on murder and received a death penalty. He will die at the next daylight. However, he wont settle for a death, he promise to find… Read More

Book / Fantasy

December 25, 2015

Reads: 511

Comments: 2

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Chapter 1 Read More

Tags: magic, wizard, jail

Poem / Poetry

November 17, 2015

Reads: 858

Comments: 11

Shelves: 1

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I can feel frozen in time, while the hands of time still march on. *Reached 100 Reads: 6/4/2016* Read More
Being chased, and you cannot escape. Beaten with blame and they cannot forgive. Read More
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