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Abandonment

Abandonment

A Poem by A.Lee


We started out as the best of friends There were hours and hours of time we’d spend Carnivals and late night talks I gave you m..
No Cream or Sugar

No Cream or Sugar

A Story by Ken C.


An old acquaintance comes by to visit. This is like a one-inch picture frame of one man's life, focusing at the point that it crosses a woman's.
Feeling Of Love

Feeling Of Love

A Poem by Fires Cool Touch


Love is a feeling, We all take to much. Love is a gift, And should be treated as such. You must trust in it, You must cherrish it. Put up with..
Time

Time

A Poem by Fires Cool Touch


The future is far, The future is near. The future is gone, The future is here. The past is nothing, The past is great. The past is everything,..
Till tonight do us part...

Till tonight do us part...

A Poem by Sam Gonzalez


A meeting.A midnight meeting.Two lovers.Two teenaged lovers.A promise.A promise to wed.One ring.One ring on her left hand.Two hearts.Two hearts intert..
The 4th Gate

The 4th Gate

A Book by Zachary Cothren


I feel that to describe this in less than two hundred characters would confuse more than invite you to read further.
Two Halves: Preface

Two Halves: Preface

A Chapter by Zachary Cothren


Two people, literally worlds apart.
Two Halves

Two Halves

A Book by Zachary Cothren


People have asked me to continue this, so I decided. Why not?
It's the end of the century, and I'm alone.

It's the end of the century, and I'm alone.

A Story by


An artist with a distaste for his fellow artists, a lonely man sits around at a party and hopes to God that the world ends in 20000 so that he can get..
Two Halves: chapter 1

Two Halves: chapter 1

A Chapter by Zachary Cothren


as per request am I continuing the series.
Two Halves: chapter 2

Two Halves: chapter 2

A Chapter by Zachary Cothren


We meet Ole' Ernie. Leader of the crying saints.
(I Feel It) In me.

(I Feel It) In me.

A Poem by C.J.G.


that sad feeling again...
Two Halves: chapter 3

Two Halves: chapter 3

A Chapter by Zachary Cothren


chapter three, not much more I can say...