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Have Tales

Have Tales

A Story by Have Tales


Short stories at http://havetales.wordpress.com.
In the Middle of Nowhere (Part 1)

In the Middle of Nowhere (Part 1)

A Story by Divsthebooklover


A story about a boy, hailing from the city, and a girl, living in small, snowy town. Imagine the possibilities.
cozy bed

cozy bed

A Poem by mitali


this was a poem i wrote when i was lazing around the house in my summer vacations. i had nothing better to do, so i thought i might as well write a la..
Enter the Land of Coziness

Enter the Land of Coziness

A Poem by Brother Sleep


Beware of the Burglar King.
Happiness

Happiness

A Poem by Nadia Gerassimenko


It's the simple things in life that truly matter and make us genuinely happy and content.
A scented candle

A scented candle

A Poem by Omikron


When somebody leaves this earth, no matter how unimportant he or she was, one will always leave a trace of their soul and body on this earth.
She ask if Jack can do it....

She ask if Jack can do it....

A Story by EddieAdel


About two high school cheerleaders who went out on a double date to Magic Mountain Six Flag Universal Studio. It begin with the agreement on double da..
Fall

Fall

A Poem by Lauren


Everyone loves something about fall, here's my favorite things I look forward to.
Regrets

Regrets

A Story by shenny


About a drunken old man with his pockets empty of money and having regrets about his past.
Remember Me

Remember Me

A Book by S.B. Grace


Imagine your world becoming more and more unfamiliar, yet you're surrounded by things you've known your entire life. Sal, an Italian news writer, tell..
Autumn's air

Autumn's air

A Poem by Black Jess


Autumn is my loveliest season
Welcoming Rexi

Welcoming Rexi

A Story by Megatome


Alyssa wants a cat, but will she get one?
A Warm and Cozy Love

A Warm and Cozy Love

A Poem by Melinda McQueen


A Warm and Cozy Love Looking out the window Next to my writing space, I’m watching the leaves dance Gently in place. ..
November

November

A Poem by Tobias Søgaard


A haiku about November