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Armageddon Day

Armageddon Day

A Story by Dark Heart of Winter


I looked in horror as the moon turned red in the pallid sky, and the night sky began to rain putrid blood, clogging the streets with hot liquid that r..
The Empty Pew

The Empty Pew

A Poem by Apebble


For those that go to church, we all have the pews that go unfilled. What are you doing to change it?
Inserted Sentiment

Inserted Sentiment

A Poem by Temerity


The writer tries to make a poem that means nothing and this is it. There are three desperate women, each trying to be unattainable; they s..
Façade

Façade

A Poem by Ambra Celeste


FaçadeThe self-proclaimed God’s followersChastity and purity vows penned on Catholic scrollsRed ink surging from falsely signed oathsThe ..
Don’t Let the World Yawn

Don’t Let the World Yawn

A Poem by Md. Ziaul Haque


The world is losing colour, Once lively but not so now, A crucial concern to ponder over, You and I must act, don’t say how? ..
As lovers dance

As lovers dance

A Poem by J.M. Santos


Making love to youis like soaking in a well-aged, sultry, velvet wine..My skin would blush and simmer at the slightest caress of you..My very spirit b..
Witness

Witness

A Story by Lvslie


There are places and people that live and die unnoticed––almost.
Gently unexpressed

Gently unexpressed

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Spring. Same plants, same order.Monday morning, open for business.Tractor-trailers, day care centers.Every leaf that's coming out is out.To tonight's ..
Knowing Too Much

Knowing Too Much

A Story by Katherine P. Haley


Amber is a teen girl who witnessed something she shouldn't have. Now, no one will believe what she saw but she has to prove it to someone.
Writer's Wednesday #24: Unwelcome Witness

Writer's Wednesday #24: Unwelcome Witness

A Story by Sarah J Dhue


On my blog, I do an 'event' called Writer Wednesdays. I post a prompt and others(including me) write something based on that prompt.
Fourth Death

Fourth Death

A Poem by Shielah Yuyama


You thought you're the witness, but actually you are the victim.
'The Attestant'

'The Attestant'

A Story by RJ Humphries


As the evening slowly approached, the rain threatened by earlier grey clouds now pounded the pavement violently, and with strong purpose, as two dark ..
Witness

Witness

A Story by authorised1960


All is not well in Toytown...
WRITER

WRITER

A Story by Victoriana


fancy word for something so earthy.
Witness of Thy Brow

Witness of Thy Brow

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


is that me
the criminal

the criminal

A Poem by Marina


on learning tolerance