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The Bird and The Mouse.

The Bird and The Mouse.

A Story by Izaya Orihara


I wrote this for my boyfriend a little while after he discovered that I was suicidal when we first met. I still like to read it every now and then.
Dinner Time

Dinner Time

A Story by Lane Craver


Playful story of cat and mouse
Chapter (26) TIMMY

Chapter (26) TIMMY

A Chapter by MAD ENGLISHMAN


A MOUSE TALE.
My mom is a mouse murderer.

My mom is a mouse murderer.

A Story by Lyn Anderson


for "the grossest thing" challenge in MomzillaNC's Poetry Challenge
Dad's Bark

Dad's Bark

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Dad's bark is worse than his verse.When he hits it doesn't really hurt.The dirt outside the house is soil.The mouse inside the house is life.Can't esc..
Cast a cold eye and wait

Cast a cold eye and wait

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


What do you thinkof the man peeing, the ever-shitting mouse?Finding meaning in killingand cleaning house.Sal quit school,your lover stops writing.Eter..
Mouse Day Job

Mouse Day Job

A Poem by WarmDogs-in-Heaven


a mouse keeps busy working
Green Cheese

Green Cheese

A Poem by Walczak


A poem.
Inevitable Forever

Inevitable Forever

A Poem by gabiaimee


Love her right.
To a Farmer

To a Farmer

A Poem by The Unknown Sith


This is a response to Robert Burns “To A Mouse” written 1785 and is about a farmer who accidentally plough over a mouse’s nest. Belo..
A Hole in the Wall

A Hole in the Wall

A Story by LastMonth


The destination matters. But so does the path. Not achieving the goal you set is not the same as faillure, but perhaps only an interesting twist.
Justice

Justice

A Book by ImNewToThis


Which is better? Justice through fear or justice by law? Eve, one who believes justice through fear is better will put her wit against a master detect..
THE TALE OF MILLIE GRUMPWITCH

THE TALE OF MILLIE GRUMPWITCH

A Poem by Peter Rogerson


A rather silly tale of the demise of a grumpy old witch.
Chapter (14) THE CLOCK

Chapter (14) THE CLOCK

A Chapter by MAD ENGLISHMAN


A Grand Father clock Stood tall by a wall, and inside lived a mouse who was really quite small. He ate bits of cheese, which he..
the mouse

the mouse

A Chapter by Lyn Anderson


exactly what it is
self fulfilling prophecy

self fulfilling prophecy

A Chapter by Lyn Anderson


Sometimes people see what they want to see even when it's dead wrong