Tags : ring

Missed Calls

Missed Calls

A Poem by Val W. Caine


For all those people who have the ring of the other end of the line memorized.
Diamond Sun

Diamond Sun

A Poem by Relvester


Haha a song about love, promise and marriage. I wrote it after a wedding.
Stay.

Stay.

A Book by RoxanneEve


“Every truth has two sides; it is as well to look at both, before we commit ourselves to either” -Aesop
Rings and Strings

Rings and Strings

A Story by Sasha Evans


Love isn't shown in the material possessions that you are given, but, instead, in the memories and happiness that you create together.
Schemes of Death

Schemes of Death

A Poem by Evangeline


(C) 2010
Prologue: The Find

Prologue: The Find

A Chapter by Katherine Diane


Awkward, orphaned Oliver Feeley explores the lake their town was named after with his best friend and protector, Cathleen, but finds much, much more t..
Rebel Angel

Rebel Angel

A Poem by Chelsea


An angel from heaven, rebelled. Now a rival of him.
The Red Ring

The Red Ring

A Poem by SameDifferance


The red ring is the true ruler.
The answer

The answer

A Poem by White Ink


On the edge of a smile she stands..lost.. as the words escape out of her head.Frozen on the silver sands..blowing her into blushher thoughts disappear..
A Day of Your Time

A Day of Your Time

A Chapter by Aaron Shively


Gerald's life up till now has been something of give and take. He takes everything that everyone else gives. The Salesman has come to collect.
Graduation Ring

Graduation Ring

A Poem by Valerie


All the years of wishing for right now.
12-12-07

12-12-07

A Poem by kurdapiaful


I always struck on that particular store,what am I really exactly looking for?Oh! I'll ask no more. . .it has something to do with before.those laughs..
Nothing Gained

Nothing Gained

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


Wherever I go, I see her faceReflected in streets and malls,Wherever I track, in looking backShe’s hiding behind stone walls,I never manage to p..
she is, perhaps, a little odd

she is, perhaps, a little odd

A Poem by freelancejouster


i sit innocuously upon her right ring finger,cinched or stuck unless twisted -- released -- just right,though she prefers to think it optional.a clutt..
Meat-hooks

Meat-hooks

A Story by Daniel Atkinson


An aging boxer fights his last.

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