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  • Be careful what you wish for...

    FIZZ-POP The first one appeared on his desk, with a sort of sucking, tearing noise. He looked at it for a moment, still dubious. When it didn’t vanish, he tried poking it, and was surprised to find that it was as solid as it looked. A few clicks ...

    • Author: dkscully
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • The Receipt

    The only thing on the receipt was 14 bottles of Jim Beam whiskey. Julia sighed and dropped the receipt back onto the table. Why in the heavens did Frank insist on filling their pantry with Jim Beam once a year? She walked slowly over to the pantry, cra...

    • Author: Kater
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Real Porn

    I’m a giant. 5’3 and I tower over these girls. Rank amateurs, even if they are only 4’10. You see, a director like this he likes to shoot his films like you’re under a mother ship. It’s freakin hot in here. Amateurs. They ...

  • All in All

    No matter how much it backfires, you will always find someone ten times better. At the time you might disagree, but eventually you find someone you truly love.

  • Opposite Directions

    She looked around curiously. Where did he go? she asked herself. She began to walk toward the house, hoping to catch a glimpse. Suddenly, he walked out of the house- this time, he waved and said “Hey Avery!” Flustered, she stuttered “...

    • Author: StayGold
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Hardest Thing to Do-Ever- In the History of the World

    Sensation seeps back slowly through dreaming depths like somnambulant jellyfish cast adrift at the whim of a merciless tide. In aching increments, utterly imperceptible to the naked eye, tectonic shifts of consciousness happen. The massive form breache...

  • Fatigue Poisons

    Poisons of fatigue Mind in diurnal limbo Eyelids falling down Resistance is useless here Sleep descends and summons me

    • Author: Abstract
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Just Because.

    Just because something is within reach, doesn’t mean you should grab it. Just because someone is attainable, doesn’t mean you should go for them. Just because the opportunity arises, doesn’t mean you should just take it. Just because ...

    • Author: StayGold
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
  • and there she was

    it was 9.15 in the morning and I while I was awake I just couldn’t quite put all the pieces together. the coffee aroma had coaxed me out of bed and now I was in the kitchen looking for my favorite arsenal coffee cup. i had received it as a gift a...

    • Author: ChrisR
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • If Jesus Were My Teammate...

    If Jesus were my teammate, I’d never experience defeat Together we would win it all, every match, heat and meet If Jesus were my teammate, we’d be swell pals After winning a softball game, he’d give me all the gals If Jesus were my te...

  • Judge Smug Eats Humble Pie (Mature)

    Smug felt pretty satisfied as he rode into the town. It was quieter than the last time, and the sun was a comin’ down. He figured he’d stop at Kitty’s to have a drink or two. He could celebrate his victory of this newly polished jewe...

  • She's out there... somewhere...

    The bastards never stop sticking it to me. They’re always putting their things in my face, I hate voice recorders. “Say something else!” they cry. What if I don’t want to do it!? My life… It’s always the same things ...

    • Author: Twyst
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Arrogant Businessman

    He’s one of the cliché guy characters- the arrogant, businessman type; self-assured, ironed clothes, hair gelled into the perfect thirty-something-but-trying-to-look-younger style. He goes fly- fishing with his father on Sundays, brings his own...

    • Author: nesdil
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Chapter 2

    His armbands were gold and laden with symmetrically placed jewels. With arms crossed, his dark eyes squinted through the sun rays that penetrated the thick forest canopy. A few workers looked up and noticed him, they peered quizzically at each other, o...

  • Truckle

    In a pack there are dominant dogs and subservient ones. The dominant ones carry their tails high, ears up, and parade around marking their territory with scent or winning scuffles with neighboring dogs. The rest of the pack falls in line behind the lea...

  • The Battle Ground

    Dawn broke over the battle field slowly but surely. To the observer, it seemed the sun was hesitant to rise and reveal the carnage at the foot of the hill. It gradually revealed the scores of dead and dying littering the field below. Large portions of ...

    • Author: GrimmyD
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • The Party (a haiku)

    I’m at a party. We are all having fun. Hey. Who brought the liquor?

  • You see that?

    She worked at the yard sale. He shopped at the yard sale. She noticed that he looked up at her every thirty seconds. Exactly thirty seconds. She had counted. She found it adorable that every time she looked up at him, he would immediately look back dow...

  • Yugos and Repentence

    The explosives were essentially harmless—glorified flash-bangs and nothing more. Their purpose was not the killshot, not the tearing at the throat but the baying at the moon, the bark. As Peter makes a tire-squealing course through the city I spr...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
  • Fire and Ice (antonym challenge)

    Fire. My body burned for her. I could not douse the flames that consumed me. I thought about her every second of the day, what she was doing, thinking, where she was in relation to me. My mind produced images of her long legs, long hair, sparkling smil...

  • Mental

    I cough uselessly. I’m amazed that I haven’t passed out yet with this 100 pound weight pressing on my chest. I can’t inhale, nor can I fully expel the stale air from my lungs. My diaphragm doesn’t seem to be working. My heart ra...

  • Case # CZ273: Judgement (Mature)

    Court Recorder, Larner: "Yes, Your Honor. You said: “You walked, knowingly, blah blah, where you know dolphins blah, blah, splashing about, blah blah, being wet and slippery,blah and, you continued, of your own free will to walk in said area...

  • Case # CZ273 : Judge has his say

    Judge: “Ms. Edwards, did you see that the ground was wet?” Ms Edwards: “Well, yes, but …” Judge: “And did you know that when surfaces get wet, they are slippery?” Ms. Edwards: Well, sure. But the dolphins were&...

  • Case # CZ273 - Defense fights back.

    Plaintiff Lawyer Tillman: “Look, Zoo officials recklessly and willfully trained and encouraged the dolphins to throw water at the spectators in the stands, making the floor wet and slippery. There were no warning signs posted. No protective mats,...

  • The hole

    They drove the truck up to the barricade. ID’s were checked and they were allowed to pass. Another 75 yards and they pulled over and got out. They walked the final 50 yards to where the sappers had dug the hole. A tripod with a pulley to pull up the ...

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