Tags : nostalgia

The Thin Line

The Thin Line

A Poem by MuteMouthedWriter


The line we ride everyday of our lives.
Infatuation

Infatuation

A Story by dancingsky


A game of 'He likes me, he likes me not,' in your head because you're above plucking petals
Do you think she remembers me?

Do you think she remembers me?

A Story by EQ


The eternal struggle, a haunting tune, the flickering of the thunder and the memories that flow like an untamed river. First attempt at writing onli..
No Artificial Flavors

No Artificial Flavors

A Story by YouoweYoupay


It was my fault.
Mom's Generosity

Mom's Generosity

A Story by Randy Johnson


DEDICATED TO AGNES MARIE JOHNSON WHO PASSED AWAY ON MARCH 6, 2013.
Nostalgia Drive

Nostalgia Drive

A Poem by Quill


The past collides with the present
And now...

And now...

A Poem by Chanel Lackaday


And now, I'm leavingTomorrow doesn't exist ; yesterday is goneI'm trying to refrain from cryingBut I must go, goodbye, now that all has been said and ..
11 Calendars

11 Calendars

A Poem by Olivia


When you move on, but still hold on.
Jazz

Jazz

A Poem by Jewel


Jazz takes you back to places you’ve never even been. Written while listening to Almost Blue-Chet Baker
Donkey Kong Country

Donkey Kong Country

A Story by Randy Johnson


After selling my Go-Kart, I bought Donkey Kong Country for the SNES twenty-five years ago tonight in 1994. I bought it at KB Toys and I remember buyin..
Phoenix

Phoenix

A Story by Randy Johnson


Something terrific happened 40 years ago. In 1980, a company called Centuri released an arcade game called 'Phoenix'. Phoenix was the very first video..

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