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Woman in a Victorian Dress

Woman in a Victorian Dress

A Poem by Michael G. Smith


Portrait of a great great aunt.
Kindred

Kindred

A Poem by N.RoseJ.


When your mom moves in with you
with smoke in the air

with smoke in the air

A Poem by


matching of emotions with dying
R.i.p. Francis

R.i.p. Francis

A Poem by James Hades


Reflexive points on human ceisures and comas,a close relative has had and i.
Te3n

Te3n

A Book by Ace


A book about us teenagers.. where the world doesnt understand... us. People saying its hard to be a baby or an adult... well they dont know its hard t..
Truth Is

Truth Is

A Poem by gabiaimee


For my grandfather.
We Did Everything We Could

We Did Everything We Could

A Poem by gabiaimee


In memory of my grandfather.
To My Brother

To My Brother

A Poem by Koname Kido


Kuren, my brother, and I have gone through hell and back together. We used to despise each other, but then we realized all we needed was each other to..
Be warm.

Be warm.

A Poem by sherni


We are either our own demise or the holder of our birthright. From experience, we can evolve, revolve, change, or stay stone. What we do with what we ..
Microstory 146: Arthur Layshen

Microstory 146: Arthur Layshen

A Story by Nick Fisherman


This is an experimental Bellevue Profile microstory. The introduction can be found in Microstory 101. More to follow.
April 28, 2052

April 28, 2052

A Chapter by Nick Fisherman


Horace Reaver returned to Mateo’s cell a few hours past midnight and pulled up a chair. He nodded to Gilbert’s body. “He was about y..
Abandoned

Abandoned

A Poem by Boniface


Just felt it
The Fallen King

The Fallen King

A Poem by Sage


The Fallen KingYou feel a sudden joltLike you were hit by a lightning boltAs the world in front of you fades awayYou realize all this while you were l..
Dogs

Dogs

A Story by MGKnox


A short tale of the importance of the existence of our dear doggy friends!
Relative Measure

Relative Measure

A Story by Andrew Leister-Frazier


Homeless people all kill themselves, then the poor, and then the middle class and now the wealthy are the only ones left alive on Earth.

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