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17. MURDER MOST FOUL!

17. MURDER MOST FOUL!

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


The evil orange man isn't quite dead yet...
The Incubus

The Incubus

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


The day the devil came down to earthAnd lodged in Katrina’s heart,It took me suddenly by surpriseWhen she shot his poisoned dart,I’d known..
Poisoned Oak

Poisoned Oak

A Poem by franzesty


I'm sensitive yet hardened, Like an oak standing 100 years, Felled by toxic waste, in poisonous soil. I’m the crumbling remnants of a for..
The love of a queen

The love of a queen

A Story by Nebula


Patience and love
Dim Light

Dim Light

A Poem by Gypsy Dreamer


`the dangers on humans by the powerful and experimental concerning vaccines, chemtrails, gmo's glyphosate, aspartame and the like of all of these.`
Fatal Hope

Fatal Hope

A Poem by PoetessKrys


Hope is definitely one of the worst and best things that a person can have.
Preface : Tangibile Solace

Preface : Tangibile Solace

A Chapter by Evan Deubner


The Biological AI & The Lost Consciousness Of Man
This is Not my Pain, but His

This is Not my Pain, but His

A Poem by PoetessKrys


This is written for my best friend who was having a hard time with a few things in his life. Things have changed since then.
THE HERITAGE TRAIN

THE HERITAGE TRAIN

A Story by Peter Rogerson


An elderly man relives past experiences aboard a heritage train
Him

Him

A Story by Dana


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Meeting My End

Meeting My End

A Poem by Wolf Towne


I enter a dim, hazy room. Greeted by a warm smile, I am moonstruck. A fault I carry with me to this day.I would act out of character, I would d..
"time to introduce yourself to the rest of the class"

"time to introduce yourself to the rest of the cla..

A Poem by Lucia


"write a poem using the prompt: I am from..."
Ink and Arsenic

Ink and Arsenic

A Story by Universe


In a mental health hospital run by a singular man and his husband, patient Snake is the only one who doesn't seem happy. After a failed suicide, he wa..
peachwolf

peachwolf

A Poem by allison


misery eats away at your cheeks,take it down like ginseng and honey now.let it overcome you like a plague,until you're no longer in control of what's ..
Arsenic

Arsenic

A Poem by Eleanor Melanson


A poem about the ghosts of women after they killed their husbands with arsenic.

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