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Memories

Memories

A Poem by Julia


Reflecting upon one's own life. How would you remember yours?
The Red Man

The Red Man

A Poem by W. Hunt


I was writing a story, and this spawned from that.
farewell forever

farewell forever

A Story by max


I’ve been offered by the mighty a squishy mass. A mass as an ocean, with the strong scent of iodine and a passing cold breeze causing horripil..
Fragments

Fragments

A Poem by Kate W


Image inspired poetry.
Slipper - PART 1

Slipper - PART 1

A Story by Sachiko_Mochiko


UNFINISHED!! Most organisations, operations and locations exist but the story is purely the author's. Operation Slipper. Where my father was last depl..
On my doorstep                                                               [RE-UPLOAD]

On my doorstep ..

A Story by Sachiko_Mochiko


A young 20-year-old heart-broken woman isolates herself in her "little-urban-box". Not until she doesn't feel very well... *This story is based on a d..
Origin

Origin

A Story by Adrakaris


4000 BCE Laniakea
Ode to the Black Bear

Ode to the Black Bear

A Poem by RJ


life from the bears perspective
The Fallen

The Fallen

A Poem by RJ


loss of a fallen soldier
Part Two

Part Two

A Chapter by Asir Y.R


Horror courses through Harmony as she comes home to find her parents murdered and her little brother, Jacobi, brutally tortured and injured. What's wo..
Cemetery Thoughts

Cemetery Thoughts

A Poem by C.M. Dakota (Ky)


Thoughts while walking through a cemetery.
The Lost Village of Toby

The Lost Village of Toby

A Book by J.E.B


“I incessantly look for water in wells dug by men, and I have drunk enough sand to prove it.” Craig D. Lounsbrough
Excerpt 5

Excerpt 5

A Story by Lauren Fisher


Jenna says goodbye to the only girl she's ever loved.
Stalked

Stalked

A Poem by The Iron Horseman


That creepy feeling that you get in the woods at night might just be real...
PROCRASTINATION

PROCRASTINATION

A Poem by REMIGIUS SUNDAY EZE


A Must Read poem
Death has finally come

Death has finally come

A Poem by youngpoet98


An old woman, who's life has not treated her well, dies in a hospital bed. Death, in a sense, has rescued her.