Second_person stories, books, poems, and more

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A professional poker dealer is subbed in for a fresh game. After a while of dealing, it becomes obvious that one of the players is cheating however, there is not enough solid evidence for anyone to prove so. The story unfolds as the dealer attempts to uncover the methods of… Read More
You haven't seen her in forever... she's changed. So have you. You loved her, but you have a job to do. Read More
I’ve desperately been trying to find a way to escape lately. Leave it all behind, detach myself from my world, my life, and simply go off on a journey. Many people go off on journeys. Some do so intellectually through books and studies, others spiritually; travelling within themselves to their… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is a short story which I wrote during my first year of University. I broke as many of my tutor's 'rules of fiction' as I could, and she had me do a public reading of it. I hope you enjoy it also! PS. It's hard to write in second… Read More
Ryan Chandler is a fresh out of high school Army recruit. This story depicts a battle of his heart, mind, and body; something holding him back and something pushing him forward. Read More
A collection of short stories that have little to do if anything with one another. Products of my own boredom. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 27, 2009

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The Booksie Classic House

Experimenting in second person for a class. Read More
Les Drivon, the capital city of Juran, has its rulers overthrown and the whole country is thrown into turmoil. Only YOU can stop Govenor-General Frank from celebrating the twelfth anniversary of his rule! Read More
He comes home, she knows where he's been. Read More
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