Obituary stories, books, poems, and more

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A short essay commemorating the late great Christopher Hitchens. It was written in January 2011, a month after his death, and was originally published on my personal blog 'Pensees'. Read More

Poem / Horror

December 07, 2010

Reads: 107

Shelves: 1

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MOST RECENT WORK! Will be adding much more. This is very inspired by Jack The Ripper with a bit of a custom twist to it. I am beginning to get into WRITING horror poetry and lyrics. Danzig, Misfits, Slayer, Cannibal Corpse, and Whitechapel all inspire me greatly. Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 20, 2010

Reads: 125

Comments: 5

Shelves: 1

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My obituary Read More

Reads: 88

Shelves: 1

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When someone you love dearly dies, do you wonder if you will ever meet again, in another space and time? A short poem. Read More
William Mulligan's Obituary Read More

Reads: 130

Shelves: 1

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A very short 3-minute story inspired by a photo, featuring a newspaper seen open on a table through a cafe window. Read More

Miscellaneous / Other

September 01, 2008

Reads: 329

Comments: 13

Shelves: 1

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haha. we had to write our own obituaries for my creative writing class. I decided to have a little fun with mine. not depressing, i promise:) I just thought I'd put it on here and see what kind of response I get. Cheers! Read More

Reads: 826

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

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A humorous epitaph for a purely fictional person who, in life, was an avid baseball fan. Read More

Reads: 721

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

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A short poem, the meaning of which, is unambiguous and speaks, most clearly, for itself. The name of "Irene Malone" is purely fictional and was created to fit the rhyming structure of the poem. Any resemblance between the poetic Irene Malone to any real person, either living or dead, is… Read More

Reads: 843

Comments: 8

Shelves: 1

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A short lyrical poem. A fictional, satirical and humorous epitaph filled with irony. Depicting the futility of the many worldly goals some men pursue and with which they can become obsessed. With no discernable benefit. To themselves, the world, the rest of humanity or any of their other fellow human… Read More

Reads: 1038

Comments: 9

Shelves: 1

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A short lyrical poem to portray a fictional tombstone epitaph for anyone for whom life has been mysterious, disappointing and filled with irony. And yet! Fused with hope for one's eternal salvation and destiny where all earthly questions may be answered and/or rendered irrelevant. Once and for all, finally and… Read More
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