Tags : salt

Fact or Fiction

Fact or Fiction

A Poem by storiestotell


Knock on wood twice. Cross your fingers. Say a prayer, read on if you dare. 13 a symbol of death. Judas, 13th guest at the last super. It is s..
Ocean Shore

Ocean Shore

A Poem by Kelly M.


Sand in my toes And the wind in my hair Ocean waves crash Bringing salt to the air The hot July sun Shines overhead Bright and beautiful With a touch..
Never Again

Never Again

A Poem by Little Birdie


When my heart beats surrender.
The Wharf

The Wharf

A Story by Scarlett-Helena


A story in the form of prose.
Salton

Salton

A Book by Mounsell


A man finds himself stuck in the middle of a desert town.
Chapter I

Chapter I

A Chapter by Mounsell


A man drives across the desert.
Chapter II

Chapter II

A Chapter by Mounsell


With a roar like a lion, the truck made its way down the highway. Kicking up clouds of dust behind it, the vehicle's navy exterior was hidden by lay..
Chapter III

Chapter III

A Chapter by Mounsell


John learns more about his hosts.
Chapter IV

Chapter IV

A Chapter by Mounsell


John explores Salton.
Chapter V

Chapter V

A Chapter by Mounsell


John attends Lissie's concert.
Chapter VI

Chapter VI

A Chapter by Mounsell


Leaving the restaurant, John thought back to the guitar in the curio shop. The instrument had appeared in fair condition. The salty air had done mi..
Chapter VII

Chapter VII

A Chapter by Mounsell


John and Lissie jam.
Chapter VIII

Chapter VIII

A Chapter by Mounsell


As John awoke, he could feel the breeze caused by the fan's blades caressing his face. Sunlight trickled through the window and served to warm John'..
Chapter IX

Chapter IX

A Chapter by Mounsell


John goes to the chili cook-off.
Chapter X

Chapter X

A Chapter by Mounsell


While John sat in the restaurant, the grey clouds had grown even heavier. As he walked down the main thoroughfare of Salton, thick droplets b..

First Page first
Previous Page prev
1