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Chapter Eight

Chapter Eight

A Chapter by Mayclarke93


Rachel’s POV It had been two weeks since I’d last spoken to my friends, or rather, ex-friends. My sister hadn’t relente..
The Umbrella (Original Vocaloid Lyrics)

The Umbrella (Original Vocaloid Lyrics)

A Poem by Aoharu_Kale


It's an acapella-ish song. This song can have a simple meaning and a deep one. I was just randomly writing some lyrics down that came into my head. Th..
Fighting of Two Gods (Original Vocaloid Kaai Yuki/Oliver Lyrics)

Fighting of Two Gods (Original Vocaloid Kaai Yuki/..

A Poem by Aoharu_Kale


It was raining the other night. I got me thinking about how almost everyone thinks that God/Gods are up in the sky and their beliefs of like how when ..
If Only Tonight

If Only Tonight

A Book by Andene


Mia has no idea what she's in for when she gets a job working with her favorite player. Matt knows one thing: Mia shouldn't be with him. He tries to p..
If Only Tonight

If Only Tonight

A Chapter by Andene


“Flattery will get you nothing and no where.”The glare she received almost sent her reeling. Never before had she seen such a look of pure..
Oliver Sykes

Oliver Sykes

A Story by Kelsey Taylor


This is simply the life of Oliver Sykes and his influence on my life.
Baby Brothers

Baby Brothers

A Poem by Emily


Why is mommy crying?
Oliver Steals the Horses

Oliver Steals the Horses

A Story by Wicahpi


meets Winona Bear Killer from a distance ...
THE TEENAGER

THE TEENAGER

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


Oliver's reached his teens and is noticing girls for the first time
THE NURSE

THE NURSE

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


After his injury at football, Oliver finds himself briefly in hospital
Catherine

Catherine

A Story by jubial


Be with me always—take any form—drive me mad! Only do not leave me in this abyss, where I cannot find you!
Desert Island Sketch

Desert Island Sketch

A Screenplay by parisbarnes9


Another Pythonesque sketch about people stranded on a desert island.
Tribute To a Poet

Tribute To a Poet

A Poem by Josie E. Cook M. A.


Remembering Mary in the cold of winter...