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Poem / Poetry

December 27, 2017

It's a Haiku on a Mannequin Read More
This short story is slightly vulgar at times, so simply use caution if that offends you. Thanks for reading! Read More
Booksie Flash Fiction Writing Contest Entry. 200 words. This is my first attempt at writing flash fiction, and I must say it was a lot of fun, and pretty challenging. I will definitely be looking into this style of writing more. Thanks for reading! Read More
There was a guy named William Wakerstone who built his life by making mannequin. Old pain never cured, Old pain never depleted. It haunted him day by day, and he didn`t know that . . . Someone commited a vendetta . . . Read More
A famous makeup artist was found dead in her studio in this morning. Several mannequin parts were found covered in blood and were collected as evidence, together with antidepressants, a Kraftwerk vinyl, cocaine and a small notebook (With the Coat of Arms of Ukraine in its cover). Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 28, 2011

Reads: 294

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Read, read, read... Read More
Wrote this as an essay for school ... did pretty well. So I decided to see what others think about it. It's about a mannequin describing the streets at night. Criticism always accepted, but if you want to be mean go get a life please. k bye. Hope you like… Read More
In a realm, similar to yours, life is simple for a mannequin titled Yuli. However, how can life be simple if a realm, similar to yours, contains horrible schools, a wacky government, and beasts of Black Magic? Secret codes, secret societies, secret diseases, secret secrets enshroud the common citizen of… Read More
A short feelings on the world in a nutshell...i'm looking at expanding this to a full short story at some point in the indefinite future Read More
This poem is about being yourself and following your dreams. Read More
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