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Domestic Disturbance

Domestic Disturbance

A Poem by spence


The title says it all.
1920

1920

A Poem by manchilld99


Amid the grand people, places, and occurences written into our history often are forgotten the humble souls within whose stories lie the true lessons ..
SECRET MARTYR

SECRET MARTYR

A Poem by M.Babu


Speak up! Use your voice! Find the right words and decimate this overwhelming cloud of oppression.
Hunger

Hunger

A Story by Abhimanyu K


Gillard rummaged through the conical pile in front of him, his hands moving furiously and knowingly, indicating that this was not an action al..
Sex and Love

Sex and Love

A Story by Kate P.


Currently under dispute. See AC
Stay afloat

Stay afloat

A Story by lrigD


After all, is that not what everybody tries to do?
In What Book is it Written?

In What Book is it Written?

A Poem by Malcolm J. Watt


A poem from the recesses of the Ages
"You Can Change The World"

"You Can Change The World"

A Poem by Jelvin


Song I wrote on 9/11, though not about it. About standing up for the world. Inspired by a purim song of the same name. Chorus from that song.
New Image

New Image

A Poem by Abdul Batin Osman Bey


I wrote this after reading the works of Marcus Garvey
beware the elephant

beware the elephant

A Poem by chloe cruz


republic of horrors.
Beginnings Gone

Beginnings Gone

A Chapter by Dayna Clarke


Knight of The Order of Leto, Tristan Redd, looks back on his first memory of being in the ranks.
Come to Light

Come to Light

A Chapter by Dayna Clarke


An addition to the story of Tristan Redd, in which we find out what being a Knight includes.
Maleficarum

Maleficarum

A Chapter by Dayna Clarke


Tristan Redd''s journey continues.
Memories

Memories

A Chapter by Dayna Clarke


Further reminiscing on the part of our favourite Knight-Lieutenant!
The Office

The Office

A Chapter by Dayna Clarke


And thus, we face the consequences; Tristan Redd gets confronted by his superior.
Acceptance: Part One

Acceptance: Part One

A Chapter by Dayna Clarke


Doors have opened for our trusted Lieutenant, but some attempt to stand on the threshold.

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