Waiter stories, books, poems, and more

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Yet another pointless murder, but is it symptomatic of a very worrying trend. Read More
Limerick about a restaurant. Read More
This is a story of someone heart broken that was inspired by a picture. I wrote it in the 12th grade for an English assignment. Read More

Reads: 500

Comments: 1

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Calvin is a shifter and runt. Ater being thrown out of his Pride because his parents died, he finds himself wandering around lost in the human world. After collapsing from starvaion and dehydration outside a human cafe, he is taken in and given a new home. But he had always… Read More
This describes what are the activities in a bar and what could be the discussions about the day-to-day life of the customers. Read More
As gray weather rolls in, a discontent roulette gambler toils outside a Las Vegas cafe. Read More
Again, another experiment. Using techniques from college, as I have started writing again. Take a conflict from your real life and exaggerate it to theatricality. To great effect! I used to be a waiter, and all of you who have held the same position know this feeling and want to… Read More
You know that scenario where a person finds a fly in his soup? Well, this is a bit more... interesting. Also, it's a pie instead of soup. I like pie. Read More

Poem / Humor

December 14, 2008

Reads: 388

Comments: 6

The Booksie Classic House

I wrote this as a tribute to the two Ronnies, a big influence on my love of ridiculous word-play. Read More

Reads: 682

Comments: 7

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Just a quick piece that was done with a pre existing character in response to a writing prompt on another site. The shorty story "I must tell you the truth" is a follow up to this one. Read More

Poem / Humor

August 22, 2008

Reads: 652

Comments: 9

The Booksie Classic House

Another animal theme from my portfolio. Hope you like it. Read More
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