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  • Here In My Hands

    I have your feet They are so fun I have your feet I make them run I have your feet Here in my hands I have your feet My little man. I have your hands They are so small I have your hands They hold a ball I have your hands Here in my hands I have your ha...

  • Standing Up Again

    I shake off the grief from last night and set out on an expedition to find my abandoned cellphone. After about five minutes, I find it huddled inside one of my shoes in the back of my closet. Bewildered, I pull it out and see I have two messages from m...

    • Author: Rahose
    • Posted 24 days ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • ravi namboori_biography

    Ravi Namboori is an information technology (IT) executive with experience managing teams and designing complex systems and processes. He holds experience with protocols such as LaaS (Lab as a Service), security, networking, and Infrastructure as a Serv...

  • ravi namboori_biography

    Ravi Namboori is an information technology (IT) executive with experience managing teams and designing complex systems and processes. He holds experience with protocols such as LaaS (Lab as a Service), security, networking, and Infrastructure as a Serv...

  • I think I'd prefer a hurricane

    The gentle waves of sleep evade me because of you. You are a storm keeping me up at night, fueled by the winds of my insecurities. You throw my thoughts around my brain, and beat me with hypotheticals. What if I hadn’t said that? What if you learned ...

  • It's not the memory itself

    The moment that ineffable smell will reach his nose, in that distant town, many years from now, on that strange balcony, after having searched for his lost keys for so long, he’ll just go out to take a breather, and that smell will instantly warp his...

  • Journey to Avalon (2)

    A massive portcullis arose to meet us as we crossed. We, the last 63 survivors of the Eastern Clan crammed our lives into 14 wagons. Tied behind were whatever livestock had outlasted the trek to Avalon. My father climbed down ahead of the entry gate to...

  • The Sound of The Machine

    Chills ran up my arms. Shaking, I asked “Roy, what did you just say?” “I said; ’I’m thirsty, Grandpa. Where is the Grape Juice that Grandma made?” Roy answered back. “Oh. It’s on the middle shelf in the f...

  • Without Mercy

    Head Judge Durus looked down over the city of Ravenwood. His city. Snow fell hard upon the buildings under The Tower of Judgement. A voice piped up behind him. “Lord Durus? We are ready for you.” Durus turned around. Four men were bowed bef...

  • Liar

    Your face floats through my thoughts, my heart begins to race. The words you spoke echo around my mind. Liar, liar liar. I don’t want to hear your apology; protecting my feelings is the opposite of what you did. Leading me up over off a ...

    • Author: Rahose
    • Posted 25 days ago.
  • A Blue Ridge Memory

    The shadow races across the blue ridge Sitting on the stone wall, lost in each other Not a care in the world for that moment As the sun cast it’s shadow Little did they know of the future An omen of things to come The smile that used to give such...

  • Awake and Alone

    It was going to be another sleepless night. Swearing under her breath, Casey rolled over in bed, staring at her analog clock, lit by the moonlight that mocked her in the darkness of the room. 2:30. She considered TV … but Meghan was asleep in the...

    • Author: Michael
    • Posted 26 days ago.
  • Just Following Orders

    Bring her to me. His voice is cold, determined. The Lieutenant brought me in here, to explain what I saw on the camera footage. For whatever reason, the General is very interested in this particular subject. I shouldn’t care why. It’s not m...

    • Author: Michael
    • Posted 26 days ago.
  • Daybreak

    Ree! Ree! Ree! Kimmy stretched and fumbled her wristwatch alarm off. It was a bit before daybreak. The rain had stopped during the night. She took a few moments to rouse herself and remember what she was doing, as her adoptive father had taught her. Sh...

  • The Big Pig Pen Revision

    Your words should be refined thought, let me remind you, family, like friends, aren’t chosen, they are all we have, I’ll say it again from the pig pen I’m in, from where I am the dog house looks like a mansion, but from where I am, fa...

  • Ladies of the Night: (Mature)

    Legs spread, Givin’ head. I know you want To be in bed. Brain’s dead, Tongue like lead. Cheeks all red. I wish that it were me instead. You know, I know: I wish that it were me instead. Listenin’ to ‘The 1975” for hours now. T...

    • Author: Abby (LoA)
    • Posted 27 days ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Sexuality (Mature)

    Seein’ a lot of red bottoms. Yo, I’m closer to deciding who I am. I said I’d give it a year. Make sure this ain’t some ‘phase’ Like the folks at church say it is. But I’m all growed up now, (still not sure when...

    • Author: Abby (LoA)
    • Posted 27 days ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Watermind

    Watermind behind our Watermind we go, our Watermind We show: the circus clowns are friendly says the kid who shows us in I’ve never seen ’em friendly! he says says he to our Watermind and on about our Watermind our Watermind ayho

  • Diary -- 12/07/1993 -- The night before my 21st birthday

    I think I cried a week’s worth of tears when I heard you’d been thrown from your bike as I waited for you at a small station in Bristol. I cried for the teacher who gave me so much, who waits in the hospice to die. I cried for my best frien...

    • Author: inky blue
    • Posted 29 days ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Excommunicated

    “Excommunicated”. The gavel fell, and the twisted little wretch was hauled off to the burners. Harsh, maybe, but it was a harsh world these days, thought Theodoric XXIV. Still, they had their traditions in music and jurisprudence; Those who...

    • Author: Scavenger
    • Posted 29 days ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Vlad the Impaler: Eco-Warrior (Mature)

    More stakes were desperately needed: 20,000 Turks was a lot to handle—even for Vlad—and they were not going to impale themselves. Yet he had pledged to a sustainable programme of deforestation, the main condition of his appointment by the e...

  • Tension

    “What are you thinking about?” he asks me and I stare at him wide eyed for a second wanting to say, “I’m thinking about work and how maybe it’s not going to work out still and I’m thinking about us and how maybe we&#...

  • Ghost

    One time, you told me that in another version of this universe, maybe we would’ve ended up together. I thought, why not in this version of the universe? I don’t want to live in a universe without you. And I thought isn’t there any w...

  • My first post in the website

    Hello everyone, I am trish, new here. I would like to try to write something . Fashiolista is the no. 1 platform for style seekers and fashion lovers. Keep up with our weekly news for exciting features, trending looks, fashion week coverage and cool s...

  • Journey to Avalon

    The King’s Highway, that legendary course, brought us out of Earthwood. Our caravan streamed ahead and churned dust into the morning summer sky. None could speak at the sight of Avalon. Her alabaster walls rising high, topped with parapets and towers...

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