Satire stories, books, poems, and more

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The Booksie Classic House

(mature / adult content, 18+ readers only please) One week after Margaret pulls the plug on her relationship with Vincent, a decade-old video of their performance as a musical duo called Citizen Samurai goes viral, and they're hired as an opening act for an aging British boy band's reunion tour.… Read More

Poem / Humor

November 14, 2020

The King of Zard is a fairytale about a pandemic, written in verse. It mocks the government’s response to Covid-19 in a humorous style. Social distancing, group-think, bureaucracy, face masks, dodgy science and government interference all get a bashing in this short, easy to read story. Inspiration came from stories… Read More
This is a messed up mix of all sorts of things. I'm just writing a really strange mix of me, and so I think only a very niche audience will enjoy it. Then again This won't be some masterpiece even for the niche audience, it's just some simple brainstorming on… Read More
Strange things go bump in the night. But nothing is stranger than racing tackle boxes. Addiction comes in many disguises. Inspired by all the LARGE tackle boxes seen in boats tied to the dock. Read More

Tags: humor, satire

Poem / Poetry

November 06, 2020

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The The Imaginarium House

An attempt at a light hearted take in the form of a poem about the Covid pandemic, a girl has to dream! Read More

Tags: humour, satire, hope, covid

Essay / Humor

November 04, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

suppose ammo cost a great deal of money. Read More

Tags: humor, satire

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The Booksie Classic House

This is a parody. Read More
When the estranged 95-year-old grandmother of the radical loser Nathan Mortimer dies from the hyped Cold Virus 20, Nathan snaps. Filled with misguided anger, he decides to become a serial killer and murder young people infected with the virus in his home suburb of Brunswick, to make sure that everyone… Read More
The following requires a GOOD sense of humour. DO NOT CONTINUE if you're easily offended. Read More

Tags: satire

A look at a "future" world where egalitarianism is taken to an extreme. Read More

Book / Humor

August 29, 2020

"omnicide 2022" is a fictional political satire novel with a current feel: Crazy politicians are embroiled in a strange war which is led by Monro-the president of the Free Democracies, against Aswad- President of the Militant Islamists. Monro,Aswad and their armies are leading the world to a terrifying escalation. In… Read More
Nightmares and outright night terrors wracked my mind with thoughts of Industrial Strength dildos! My mattress was soaked with sweat! I hope. I had been accused by an obtuse, off the chain, radical MAGA, gun loving low level local politician of sending him an Industrial Sized dildo through the mail.… Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 04, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

My take on the dogmatic religions world over. My goal is to inspire my readers to stand up against false practises and mind control. Read More

Tags: satire, poetry, life, poem, poet

As observed by the definitely unbiased and completely reliable narrator is the venture of a young woman as she makes her way through the corpse-laden halls of a mysterious house. Read More
Natalie Harrell’s attitude about money changes when she has a monthly rent to pay for her new office in the lavish mall. She becomes more desperate and financially responsible. But the life of living paycheck to paycheck still follows and haunts her without signs of stopping. Read More

Short Story / Thrillers

June 18, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

My collection of short stories, all are original ideas. Please leave a comment on how I can get better. Your feedbacks are welcomed and crucial for the improvement of my writing. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

A colleague of mine mentioned that his university had just published a series of 250 word essays on the future of learning. What will study be like in 2070? The academics were plainly not writers, he told me. Their contributions were dry and abstract: it was all virtual reality; AI… Read More

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"Good to have you back, Adam. So much stuff on Covid lately. I had to wear a mask for the first time today - buses are demanding it. I felt I'd b..." Read More

This is scratching the surface of a world most have no idea about. I would rather swim to the shore and enjoy the view from the beach. Read More

Tags: humour, satire

Christmas, 2011. But you won't find Kris Kringle or yuletide carols being sung by the fire here. From Afghanistan to Washington, DC, from Iraq to Atlantic City, New Jersey, a cynic wrestles with his conscience, his past, his present road bumps, and God as he pursues his lifelong dream--to play… Read More
A Texan's job offer is picked up by a man from Japan whose strange behaviors and ideologies prove themselves more bizarre than the work they do. Read More
The fate of humanity hangs in the balance. Aliens from Planetary Welfare Services, headed by a race known as Bureaunians, appear one day to sue humans on behalf of Earth and its ecosystems. When the UN appoints Erdmann Barrister and his partner Bhumi Gupta, the pair are tasked with winning… Read More
Five people are asked to play a game to compete for a promotion they've all applied for within the company. All they have to do is pick a box... Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

I guess there are many ways to write about the recent outbreak. Corona has a similar name to mine, and we were all rooted in the same country. So this is one of my ways to say about her. Read More

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A story about a software programmer who needs a bit more from his job. Read More

Tags: satire

The title really says it all. Read More

Tags: satire, irony

A satire on modern New York in the 1980's. Thomas Blake, a party goer, arrives in the city that never sleeps, and gets involved in a series of problems that drags him down into the abyss. The new novel by Robert Helliger, author of Bid Day. Read More

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