Tags : death

Gone

Gone

A Poem by Faithy


Because I could not stop for Death He kindly stopped for me - Emily Dickinson
H. D.

H. D.

A Poem by R. L. Igmen


You think I'm happy now, I may say "yes", somehow; But you don't know I can't sleep at night, Cause there's no one whose hugging me tight. The o..
Until Death…?

Until Death…?

A Story by Kelley T


A personal analysis of both the cultural and individual expectations surrounding marriage.
Veins full of Pesticide (Working Title)

Veins full of Pesticide (Working Title)

A Poem by Church


A song about... well, I don't want to spoil it. You can interpret how you like. But I hope it rings true for a few of you, no matter how much that act..
Radu, Dracula the Handsome

Radu, Dracula the Handsome

A Story by V. K. Harris


Wish come true...Maybe not...
Kin

Kin

A Story by Comlette


A corrupt Killer Murders his family Then goes after his Brother.
Apple Picking in the Underworld

Apple Picking in the Underworld

A Story by Denise


A strange little story, and probably not the best thing I have ever written. I do quite like it though, it's cute. It's the story of two dead women..
Lost Hotel

Lost Hotel

A Story by Patricia Gayle


A short story inspired by Wade Bowen's song Lost Hotel.
Twilight Song

Twilight Song

A Poem by Nekesa Sepiwe


Poem about the process of living and dying
REFLECTION

REFLECTION

A Poem by ganastasia


This is about the life of the Lightman. He came to me when I was just a teenage, and went inside of me after he told me we had buisness to do.
Deadly Nightshade

Deadly Nightshade

A Story by Eira


Recently dicovered this little story written back in march of -07 for English class. Did some editing and decided to upload it with a lack of better i..
Fallen into Calamity

Fallen into Calamity

A Poem by Mr. Revan


this is a villanelle i wrote for school, and trying to make it a villanelle was a bit of work =)
Mama's Eyes

Mama's Eyes

A Story by Julie Dant


A short story set in the woodlands of theTennesee mountains in the year 1891 as narrated by a nine year old little girl named Sarah.