Slavery stories, books, poems, and more

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Something I wrote for a project when I was in school that I thought was a good poem. Read More
Harriet Tubman, the legendary champion of the Underground Railroad Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

April 12, 2020

Reads: 78

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Kimya wonders what the world would be like without racism. Read More
The short story is about a Prague woman and a black man in the old ages. How they love was forbidden. Read More
Has anyone ever noticed all the direct appeals I have made in the Northern Virginia area for years - for help finding an inexpensive room or apartment rental, or simply help sustaining my life as I have survived so many acknowledged "hate crimes"? Not one person has offered me charitable… Read More

Reads: 148

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

The history of America is black history. It is cruel and bloody but also victorious and revolutionary. In a world where everyone wants a taste of the 'American Dream', two mixed-race men in the state of Kentucky walk opposite sides of the same path. One is abused and degraded by… Read More
The human race, once known to be on the top of the predator chain, is now on the bottom. Earth is sectioned into three main domains: Crescent Valley, Noctis, and Salem. The sections that belong to Werewolves, Vampires, and The Mages respectively. In each domain, humans are treated as slaves… Read More
The slavery of their generation. Read More
In 19th century Louisiana, a group of slaves escape their plantation in a desperate bid for freedom. Read More

Reads: 1836

Comments: 10

Shelves: 4

The Fantasy Realm House

Rylie and Noel have had nothing but each other for their whole lives. But each have their own secrets. The two have faced poverty and slavery together and now that a rebellion in the north has taken a stand against the oppressive Magic Users, they find themselves facing war. Now,… Read More
In 1850s Kansas, the new territory is on the verge of a civil war between free soilers and pro-slavery forces. When a group of settlers are shot by a gun with bullets that just don't quit, the tribe of 'blueskins' must traverse the world of the underground railroad through slavery,… Read More

Tags: zombies, slavery

Book / Fantasy

October 15, 2018

Reads: 556

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

When Keya, a young girl from the eastern coast of Africa, is captured into a fairy tale realm as a slave, she must battle her way to save herself, her sister and misfits picked up along the way from a world that is a twisted version of the fairy tale… Read More
This short origin story tells the tale of a young mage named Zack, and the path that led him to a life of numbness and slavery. Read More
I am going through a bad time at the moment and because of what it is, how it can effect others I believe I need to write about it and let the tragedy that is the Department of Work and Pensions handling of the unemployed be known. Please share… Read More

Poem / Historical Fiction

January 27, 2018

Reads: 524

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

The Review Chain House

Australia wasn't always just kangaroos and funny accents. Their history is actually much darker then they'd like to admit. And many who had to endure it, are still alive today. Read More

Book / Young Adult

January 25, 2018

Reads: 784

Shelves: 1

The Novelist Corner House

Blank slave 7344 or as she calls herself, Myia, has not the faintest idea of where--or who--she was before waking up to find herself being transported as a slave. Now a Blank (also known as a Blood-Bank) she finds herself as one of the selected few humans to cater… Read More

Short Story / Horror

December 18, 2017

Reads: 1672

Comments: 4

Shelves: 4

The Booksie Classic House

A young slave has been sold away from her family, and has to adapt to life on a new plantation. She now has to submit to a new master, and live apart from her family. She knows that she will no longer be a pure Negress because her new… Read More

Tags: abuse, slavery

An enslaved mother raises and tries to protect her son as they suffer the brutality and dehumanization of slavery. Read More
The Queen prays to the gods for her first and only girl child. The gods readily grant her wish conditioned upon her payment of a great sacrificial price. Sadly, the Queen pays this price after her infant daughter is captured by French slave merchants. The… Read More
Over 500 years before Europeans came to Africa the slave trade was already booming under the control of the Islamic Empire, both African and Caucasian people were captured and sold into slavery. Read More
Always have to prove something ... Read More
Eden is no longer the safe haven it was thousands of years ago. After multiple millennium, the world has once again settled down. There are beginnings of a storm as a noble of the empire purchases five slaves all in one go. One of the sons of the most… Read More
His heritage discovered at a younger age, Ace is taken from Dawn Island by the government. After years in slavery he's finally been given a chance to obtain his freedom. Take Whitebeard's head. Ace doesn't care if it's a fools mission, he'll succeed or die trying, Luffy's own freedom depends… Read More
A free life is one that no longer exist for humans. We are all a form of slaves, and we are all nothing but lowlifes. Whipped into submission, tased for perfection. Our lives are nothing more than a past thought, all that matters is our bodies. We are that of… Read More
Ella Rose risks her life to go to the Underground Railroad with her family to find freedom.She is brave and outgoing to be able to distract the master while her familey escapes to the Underground Railroad! But will she survive? Read More

Tags: slavery

Poem / Memoir

January 09, 2017

Reads: 400

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

I have not gazed upon the moonlight in my tired drear. Read More

Poem / Horror

September 12, 2016

Poetic horror story of slavery and awakening. Non native speaker, sincere apologies for language mutilation. Read More

Book / Mystery and Crime

September 01, 2016

Reads: 684

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

At the young age of 21, I had just about given up on finding a man that actually wanted something real with me. With the reformed new age of technology though, it was inevitable that I would eventually give into the intense propaganda of dating websites that held the empty… Read More
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