Rituals stories, books, poems, and more

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I will be posting this story on RoyalRoad. Feel free to check out the works. Prep school transfer Halle Wiltshire, returns to Cree Bay for her senior year. After having spend all her highschool holidays on her grandmother's farm eventually made her popular sister, Milena a stranger. On New Year's… Read More
The tea ceremony not necessarily about money or the bees hive honey. In the Mighty tea tree jungle, they thought they had the perfect remedy but missed and slipped out with the secrets what a stir, not the Cats Meow who was born with the Gold spoon to stir her… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 02, 2016

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Ophelia is a horror story of reincarnation and death of a little girl who comes back to take revenge but ends up in a another little girls body but she spirals out of control. Tabitha Pope is that little girl and slowly her soul is being drained... Read More
Firewall on the computer protects it from viruses. A firewall around emotions protects human wellbeing. How to built a firewall around emotions? Read More
Alan Kept, a 17 year old living in the futuristic, corrupted world on a farm with his mother, and sister. One evening, during dinner, Alan is kidnapped and taken to this unknown faciliity. A man tells him that he is now in an assassin community.The man explains if he joins… Read More
A life recalled, remembered, during one of Aaron's daily rituals - a predawn greeting of the day, sitting outside with a mug of tea and a barely smoked cigarette. Read More
Pic de Bugarach there no alien there saids cherokee medicine man turtle winds firewalker Read More
Bargaining - an art! Setting:- Tamilnadu, South India. Purely fictional. Not in any way meant to make any negative impact on anyone/race/religion/commune. Read More
My Grandfathers passing. I’ve never seen a man love his wife as much as he did. If there ever were a person to model myself after it would be him, because he was the perfect man resembling Jesus in many ways. Read More
The culture of Ancient Egypt held copious aspects of mystery and individuality that have facinated historians and laymen alike even to this day. One of the most fascinating procedures in their cultural rituals was that of mummification... Read More
Doctor Butch is haunted by the murder of his boy, the murder why himself of course! Will the good Doctor Butch survive the voices plaguing him or will the pond water achieve its deathly attack? Read More

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Melissa is rich but she's having a hard time to making friends when a new student enters her academy she's on a wild goose chase. Not knowing that he has the power and the will to kill her because he's a vampire along with his sister. Thanks to him Melissa… Read More
On attaining (self) realization, man will love the greatest enemy who knows that the very enemy is god himself, such a man (ex., Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela and others) becomes a world mover for whom his little self is dead and God stands in… Read More
Why Buddhism failed in India according to Vivekananda Buddha was viewed as God incarnate on earth. A true karma yogi. His principles were not well understood by his followers (monks). Buddha came to preach nothing new apart from Hinduism. He came to fulfill the spiritual aspect of Hinduism. He was… Read More
This is for someone who in my opinion was one of the most selfless people you could ever hope to meet, my regret is that she is no longer with us, and I didn't see her for seven years she had the capacity for such compassion and love for others… Read More
The Paranormal Research team is at the Richard-Pryer Plantation. Join Alex, Zak and the crew as they find out the history of the slave buildings and the Recreation Hall and battle their obsession to find demons that Hell doesn't even want. PLEASE LEAVE COMMENTS! :) I love comments! They help… Read More
When we are young, we are taught many things but one of the most important lessons is one we most often forget. Don’t be afraid of the dark. Be afraid of what it hides. ____________________________________________________________ tHE PROLOGUE OF A BOOK I'M WRITING Read More

Short Story / Horror

March 16, 2007

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The ancient festival of the dead, which some misinformed folks know as ''Halloween.'' Read More
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