Tags : dialogue

Visiting Hour

Visiting Hour

A Story by Alice Aries


This is an extract of a piece of dialogue between a wife and her incarcerated husband.
November

November

A Poem by Briana Marhencke


There is something about November, October’s warm tremble hums in to a howl but I follow..
Chasing Pavements

Chasing Pavements

A Story by Lola


A victim of the rules you live by.
Libri Ex Veteribus

Libri Ex Veteribus

A Story by D. M. Anderson


Another writing prompt. This one was simply the attached picture. Please note: Strong language is used in the dialogue. Viewer discretion is advised.
Voice

Voice

A Story by El Narrador


Tommy tries to convince Ken to lend him money. This is an exercise in character voices.
The Scourge

The Scourge

A Poem by Moving Mass


Part three
Story 1

Story 1

A Story by Emi


"I do like older men. If that's what you're asking me," I respond with a bit of a smirk. "Now, if you're asking me if I liked older men when I was muc..
Of Love -A Small Dialogue-

Of Love -A Small Dialogue-

A Poem by Art Betancourt


A poem about being in love with someone who doesn't feel the same. It's somewhat masochistic, accepting pain instead of moving on. This is an old poem..
Of Love -A Dangerous Trigger-

Of Love -A Dangerous Trigger-

A Poem by Art Betancourt


A poem about love, about being close yet not as close as one would desire. Feelings not reciprocate with the same strength. Yet, we cannot move on fro..
Of Love -Turndown-

Of Love -Turndown-

A Poem by Art Betancourt


A poem about unrequited love and unrequited dreams of love.
"Promise"

"Promise"

A Story by Katlynn


He was still staring at me, with a look I could not explain.He knew I hated that f*****g look."What?" I said pissed off already by his face."Nothing, ..
We are here

We are here

A Poem by Art Betancourt


The endless battle within, the endless argument with oneself.
Alone at home

Alone at home

A Story by Skie blue.


There's always one day, when you wake up by yourself.
"..if only.."

"..if only.."

A Story by Skie blue.


Of a childless father
My Pillow

My Pillow

A Poem by Shayna Joyce


Free verse
Generals

Generals

A Story by WatchMeRise


This war has spoiled a lot of things for the both of us, and despite our differences, this is the one regret that we can share. I've spent years fight..
Tell me

Tell me

A Poem by Nadia Gerassimenko


Tell me truly, Do you like working? From 9-to-5 and sometimes more. A routine job with a fancy title, And no time for fun and growth, Let alone f..