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Seven Spectral: Red World

Seven Spectral: Red World

A Book by SevenSpectral


Emerald Drizzleweather Bogwater has an unfortunate name, unfortunate red hair, and an unfortunate tendency to rebel. In a Green World with green rules..
Seven Spectral: Red World - Chapter I

Seven Spectral: Red World - Chapter I

A Chapter by SevenSpectral


This is the first chapter of my young adult fantasy novel, 'Seven Spectral: Red World'. See what you think! If you like it, check out the TRAILER at w..
Something

Something

A Story by Sophie McN


For as long as Hollie could remember, Donald hung in her grandmothers hallway, trapped inside an ornate wooden frame, which was once gold but no..
Poem to a Cow and the Poets who Wrote About Her

Poem to a Cow and the Poets who Wrote About Her

A Poem by Tomás Ó C&a..


Poem in reply to the poem “Epistle to Hawkie the Cottier’s Cow on Hearing She Ate the Bible” by Samuel Walker and William Mc Niece..
Thursday

Thursday

A Chapter by Elegsabiff


The first chapter, forming introduction to the book, a corpse, and some of the characters.
A Mad Mercer's Tale

A Mad Mercer's Tale

A Poem by L.Edward


An crazy medieval Scottish Mercer (tailor) wrestles with the tools of his trade.
Hay Hill Asylum

Hay Hill Asylum

A Book by Kirsty Anne


*inspired by Outlast* It's been 50 years since the disappearance of his son, but he is still haunted by the memories. A dark force emits from the ab..
MEETING WITH HANNAH 1960

MEETING WITH HANNAH 1960

A Poem by Terry Collett


A BOY AND GIRL IN LONDON 1960
CHESS GAME 1960

CHESS GAME 1960

A Poem by Terry Collett


A BOY AND GIRL IN LONDON IN 1960 AND THE GIRL'S SCOTTISH MOTHER.
ROUGH DAME.

ROUGH DAME.

A Poem by Terry Collett


A MAN AND THE DEPARTING SCOTTISH WOMAN AND AN ELEMENT OF BEAUTY
GLAD TO GET OUT 1960

GLAD TO GET OUT 1960

A Poem by Terry Collett


A BOY AND GIRL IN LONDON IN 1960 AND HER SCOTTISH MOTHER
Scotch sonata - Piper's dream

Scotch sonata - Piper's dream

A Poem by Clay Feet


Forlorn beauty-childLiving in my nightCrying in your dream.Sounds of sorrowLinger in the morning mistOf subdued consciousness.Troubled water fallsFrom..

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