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Fatefall - 37

Fatefall - 37

A Chapter by A.L.


Adrian
The Earthton Library

The Earthton Library

A Story by Megatome


Founded in 1901, the Earthton library was a ten story tall library filled with books about history, economics, politics, science, math, fiction, and poetry. It was a remarkably interesting and wonde..
Hornet/Darling

Hornet/Darling

A Story by Abishai100


A portrait of a 'dangerous man' spied on by a claiming 'Martian' in a capitalism-controls Earth-fable reflective of the post Cold-War 'chess' Ego.
Pikes curiosity

Pikes curiosity

A Chapter by Krista


"Now I have told you my tale my love, ask your questions I know you have many and then you can make your choice," Sam says. After thinking for a minute about her story and the little I knew about ..
None

None

A Poem by ColderWeather


Stared at my face so long it didn't even look like mine I saw myself as a child with muddy feet and hopeful eyes I felt the wind of opportunity blowing in my face But I never liked the wind And ho..
That She Was In A Prison Cell

That She Was In A Prison Cell

A Poem by Andrew Troy Keller


In this etheree poem, one person wakes up to be in a prison cell for some odd reason... and not alone.
Show Me Christmas

Show Me Christmas

A Poem by Melinda McQueen


Show Me Christmas Let Me see the joy in your heart, And all the beauty you are. Open up and share All the goodness there. I saw what you did last night. How you g..
Holding Up My Hands

Holding Up My Hands

A Poem by Lynne Murphy Miller


Tonight, my future smiles at me, eyes tilted up and gleaming.She tosses my oldest dreams from hand to hand. teasing me with veils and roses.Tonight, my lover laughs with me, lips tongue-tipped a..
Stones - Chapter two

Stones - Chapter two

A Chapter by TAKESHI


The throne hall has been lit up religiously with golden candles, filling the darkness of this confined space. The delicious smell of burning heads to a flame. If you look to your right, you'll see sol..
THROUGH THOSE DOORS

THROUGH THOSE DOORS

A Story by Willys Watson


THROUGH THOSE DOORS1.In a darkened chamber three small spotlights illuminated three doors built into one of the walls. Sitting in four chairs facing the doors were two women and two men, all in their ..
On That Promised Night

On That Promised Night

A Poem by Melinda McQueen


On That Promised Night The star shone bright on that promised night. All heaven did bow, the angels all surround. The earth stood in quiet awe, no sound at all. Rever..
Hair

Hair

A Poem by Einstein Noodle


Hairher hair is water fallingShining black deepstumbling down her backshe tossed her head and laughedpointing out her split endsbrushing aside my intentI thought .............. offireworks andspar..
The Alphabet

The Alphabet

A Poem by Megatome


The Alphabet The building block of every word and sentence The alphabet is a wonderful invention you’ll see From astrology to astronomy to botany The alphabet is a cool invention from A to..
Mannequin

Mannequin

A Poem by Dr. YumnaKay


Ramblings of a Raging Mind
Mo Sno

Mo Sno

A Poem by Elder-Lee


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While She Was Giving A Massage

While She Was Giving A Massage

A Poem by Andrew Troy Keller


Who a woman finds out it is while doing something with that person is being talked about in this Nove Otto poem.
Merry Christmas, Mom - Part X

Merry Christmas, Mom - Part X

A Poem by Randy Johnson


DEDICATED TO AGNES JOHNSON (1948-2013) WHO PASSED AWAY ON MARCH 6, 2013.
THE BOY AND THE MOTHER DUCK

THE BOY AND THE MOTHER DUCK

A Chapter by NeiL ArandA


The Boy and the Mother Duck There were lots of order that day. I was busy helping our workers by cutting a long galvanized iron that goes inside the baluster's cement mold. Then you came, tugging behi..
Bartleby of Fencing

Bartleby of Fencing

A Story by Abishai100


Portrait of an eccentric 'man-of-Earth' whose encounters/ideations cast him as a 'pseudo-philosopher' of world expressions.
Drowning

Drowning

A Poem by Natevanwyk


As I sink to the ocean depths With my hands stretched out to beams of light Like getting sucked into the black hole sea You would take the heart of me I drift down into the cold, dark blue A spac..

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