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Scalpel

Scalpel

A Story by Zachary Cothren


A story about a mad surgeon
THE CLEVER FOX

THE CLEVER FOX

A Poem by Prateeksha Khot


my take on the classic fable of the fox and the crow
Not yet Titled

Not yet Titled

A Book by PaperLife


From the viewpoints of two teenagers who are forced to join a local counseling group due to their "behavioral issues". One who cuts and one who hasn't..
In And In

In And In

A Poem by Roger Morrison


Have a smoke fall asleep in and in the bad thoughts creep
The Meat Shoppe

The Meat Shoppe

A Story by Josh Matteo


Here's a story a bit more odd than usual. Again, experimenting with different genres.
Love Animism ‘or’ The Conscious Animal

Love Animism ‘or’ The Conscious Animal

A Poem by .R.P.


The instinctual self-preservation of the heart is frightened & selfish, though organic, and perhaps obsolete.
Carnivorism

Carnivorism

A Story by DeeAnna Dove


A self-reflection
Absurd Meat

Absurd Meat

A Poem by Rugz90


Inspired by the following. Tracey MOFFATT Meat Packing 1978 2008 http://www.artsearch.nga.gov.au/Detail-LRG.cfm?View=LRG&IRN=186507
Get Better

Get Better

A Poem by Daisy


I tried to put myself in someone else's shoes.
What Does Pink Taste Like?

What Does Pink Taste Like?

A Poem by kera moondust


Done off the prompt write about a color. lol
finally see

finally see

A Poem by marie


it seems strange to finally see this darkness that surounds me its as if my eyes are opened and been welcomed to a strange new world i see these..
Two Heads In The Kitchen

Two Heads In The Kitchen

A Story by storiestotell


Sending a smile from our faces to your stomachs
Biltong.

Biltong.

A Poem by Pangur Bán


I grew up eating biltong - absolutely delicious.
E Nomine E Caries

E Nomine E Caries

A Poem by Lythe


I smell you, stranger. I know you are not one of us. Why do you sneak into this place? Why do you wear our skin? I can smell through your s..
Meat is Meat

Meat is Meat

A Poem by Soma-ko


Is it not? (Possible twist: the real victim is not the butcher, but a relative/family member.)
The Cutter

The Cutter

A Poem by Mike Davies


A piece about a thoroughly obnoxious man who pretends to care about the most vulnerable in society; but in actuality is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Th..
Delicatessen

Delicatessen

A Poem by W. Birgand-Camps


Here were are at 12 O Clock Within the Delicatessen serving bread and cheese and wine and meat of all kinds Here in the stony town, always ..

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