Tags : Fever

Winning at Life

Winning at Life

A Poem by Jay Steitler


Different definitions of winning. Development of the piece, was an emotional process. Not sure I'd finish. It still may not be "finished". Time will t..
Fever

Fever

A Story by Academy6


I've got a fever. They aren't helping.
Spring fever

Spring fever

A Poem by Eddie Davis


A senryu
Synesthesia

Synesthesia

A Poem by Eric Pudalov


Inspired by feeling feverish...
Aborted

Aborted

A Poem by Kleio13


I want your interpretations
Fever

Fever

A Poem by Seth Armstrong


The temperature is falling Like every day before,And I still do not see howI can locate the door.I'm crawling hopeless on the ground now,As my limbs f..
Summer Fever

Summer Fever

A Story by Laura Ann


One of the stories I wrote for my Creative Writing class.
Sprawled

Sprawled

A Poem by Anti Phalanx


Deranged dreams of dopamine and droggladui.Cattersnaps snicker and seahorses suckle on snippets of straw.The wall's a malicious blue of wibble, not wo..
Fever Dreams

Fever Dreams

A Poem by Anti Phalanx


Do you ever get fever dreams?It's a slow and painful night that lasts a dozen with a million cold sweats personified from the surrealist intentions of..
Still We Fear

Still We Fear

A Poem by Verdant Cynic


Another almost-manic fever of feelings keeps me awake. Let me hide it in pretty words.
The Cage (A short story)

The Cage (A short story)

A Story by mrgerry123


A short story I wrote one melancholic afternoon due to someone losing a child. I have never written any creative pieces before except in GCSE English ..
Fever Dream

Fever Dream

A Poem by The Iron Horseman


A bit of silliness inspired by the novel of the same name.
Spilth

Spilth

A Poem by Thomas Fitzgerald


Never forget those gone and never known!
COLD

COLD

A Poem by kurohana


Woke up with a pain in my throat.Cold, as I slowly grabbed my coat.Body so tired and heavy,Minutes passed as energy left me.Letting the water pour all..
Come, You (the death poem of Rainer Maria Rilke)

Come, You (the death poem of Rainer Maria Rilke)

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


Come, Youby Rainer Maria Rilkeloose translation/interpretation byMichael R. BurchCome, you―the last one I acknowledge; return―incurable pa..