Inside this book you will find,
Funny nonsense from my mind.
Zany rhymes and slimy tales,
Creepy crawlies leaving bloody trails.
And a clever slug that shocks,
Tales about Cinders and Goldilocks.
Cabbages, slugs and Elias Zapple,
What rhymes with Zapple apart from apple?
Fun and craziness! (You'll have a…
Celeste knew when she married Peter what happened on a full moon. Now that others of his kind have come to call, will she be taken away from the very one she loves.
This is a paranormal twist on the nursery rhyme called Peter, Peter, Pumpkin-Eater.
One famous actor disappears out of the blue one day. Aaron...Aaron Salvon was his name, and everyone is on the lookout for him. But, the one worried the most is his childhood friend, Jessica. Someone keeps leaving mysterious riddles out for her. They seem to contain some hidden message, and…
Set in 15th century Europe. A man is captured, tortured and now lies dying for unknown reasons. Then a mysterious stranger comes along and offers him a deal. To give him a second chance to find out who did this to him. All he has to do is say his…
This piece turned out so meritorious, chances are it makes no sense at all so I left it as it is. Part two is dependent on whether you can get anything of what's written in part one. Please, leave your comments.
When I was 16, I was able to grasp and capture in writing, in form of a short poem, for the first time that I have a tendency to get myself into an emotional tug-of-war within relationships. This rarely isn't true for me even today.
Read at your own risk. This is meant for fun and playtime. In no way am I pretending I am a poet, or anything close.
I can promise one thing, this makes the Pina Colada Song sound like Brown Penny by William Butler Yeats.
In this poem I really wanted the reader to get a clear image of the girl the character is describing. She’s not perfect, she has flaws and blemishes, but the way he speaks you can tell he thinks she’s the most beautiful, loveliest woman in the world.
I wanted to…
Little Miss Muffet loves to play with spiders. Her mom and dad had told her time and time again not too play with spiders because they could be dangerous! But Little Miss Muffet wouldn't listen. Finally she pays a prize and learns a very good lesson!