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"Dale Cregan"

"Dale Cregan"

A Poem by The Elusive Mr Dunne


First person narrative of Dale Cregan. Remanded on four charges of attempted murder, and four of murder, including the shooting of two British police ..
"Raoul Moat"

"Raoul Moat"

A Poem by The Elusive Mr Dunne


First person narrative of Raoul Moat, a 37-year-old British man who was on the run after shooting 3 people in 2 days.
Time and Shooting Star

Time and Shooting Star

A Poem by Cesayx


Hey everyone! I wrote these two with the poem America for a high school project. I hope you all rate and review and as always, enjoy!
Closed Book, TM

Closed Book, TM

A Poem by Tinasha LaRayé


A poem for Trayvon Martin
Love After All

Love After All

A Story by Nikky Miles


Rough idea for an action, romance movie...
I gotta talk

I gotta talk

A Poem by Annabelle Lee


-Okay Guys-Touchy subject for a lot of people, me included. I swear when I went outside last night to cuddle my dog, I broke down. I told him about ev..
Call of Connecticut

Call of Connecticut

A Poem by EdenHarper


this is a poem trying to capture some of the feelings of all those affected by the Connecticut shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school. and in the en..
Fly

Fly

A Poem by Aysia


I know this poem is late due, it's in honor of the victims of the Connecticut shooting.
Lake Bottomless

Lake Bottomless

A Story by Joe Curtis


A girl and her brother escape from their brutal father inside their own fantasy world of adventures. Now they have to do it for real.
Chapter Three

Chapter Three

A Chapter by Joanna Johnson


David's friend asks him to help Stella
Chapter Four

Chapter Four

A Chapter by Joanna Johnson


David meets a damaged Stella
Chapter Six

Chapter Six

A Chapter by Joanna Johnson


It doesn't hurt to reach out to Stella again.
4:20 Psychosis: In The Shadow of the Valley of Death

4:20 Psychosis: In The Shadow of the Valley of Dea..

A Book by Undead Heart


In the wake of a massacre, Heather Weyn attempts to analyze Callie Brewer. The reasoning isn't as straight-forward as one would be led to believe.