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The Mist

The Mist

A Book by JKH


I have seen the abyss, in the mist.
The Mist-Chapter 1: RAIN

The Mist-Chapter 1: RAIN

A Chapter by JKH


His exhausting moans of anguish can clearly be heard outside the cabin, even among the storm.
Lay Me Down

Lay Me Down

A Poem by Kate


Lay me down beneath a great oak tree,rest my body against the trunk.Let my spirit find the sun,for in the dark you'll find it sunk.Let the tears strea..
Hollywood Dreams

Hollywood Dreams

A Poem by Summer Grace


September in 1939Hollywood dreamsHollywood SunshineHollywood dreams that areDead sunshine that's fallingFaded near her graveIt's eventide in Forest La..
Remember

Remember

A Story by Summer Grace


Supposed to be 400 word flash fiction..
Why Can't I Be You?

Why Can't I Be You?

A Story by Summer Grace


400 word flash fiction..
anthology of useless junk

anthology of useless junk

A Poem by Dana Alsamsam


about the most intriguing person i've met in some time; tyler you are one strong human being.
A Name in Common

A Name in Common

A Poem by kera moondust


I met a guy at a party last night, completely classic, but he shares the name of someone really special to me, and it's kinda weird and ironic how lif..
Vanity Love

Vanity Love

A Poem by LoveAlwaysJB


Met the sweetest old couple in the grocery store today, and they told me about when they first met which was back in the 40's! Therefore I couldn't he..
A Vintage Wonder

A Vintage Wonder

A Poem by theOsiePosie


A land of black and whiteBut still under the cloudsThe clouds like the starsDead but still witnessed by eyesPearls, roses and swing are the lovedB..
Paradise

Paradise

A Book by Dexter Turriff-davies


A collection of vintage-inspired writings. Based from the music of Lana Del Rey, Kurt Cobain and many other vintage musicians.
Chapter One - Dark Encounter

Chapter One - Dark Encounter

A Chapter by Dexter Turriff-davies


A story of a runaway boy.
Chapter Two - Summertime Sadness

Chapter Two - Summertime Sadness

A Chapter by Dexter Turriff-davies


A story of suicide and heavy-drug/alcohol useage

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