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  • Limp (Mature)

    Edgar was pushed against the cold metal locker. The boy’s were in full force today. All five had that look in their eyes that it was about to go down today. “Hey limp dick!” “Hey bitchboy!” “Yeah you little pussy!...

    • Author: Reaver19
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • In My Arms (Mature)

    I can still smell her body oil on my fingertips, a delicate aroma filled with flowers & citrus. I can still taste her lips, a sweet sheen of raspberry gloss that left a lingering aftertaste on my tongue. I can still see her mischievous smile, her l...

    • Author: Reaver19
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Sleeping Tablets & Pills

    Insomnia is concerned with sleeping problem that includes many sleeping symptoms such as difficulty in falling and staying asleep for at least 6 – 8 hours. Sleeping pills are prescribed medication to cure sleeping trouble or symptoms of insomnia. Now...

  • Turning Over

    My son is crying. He is lying on his side, his back arched like a bow. He is trying like a madman to turn onto his stomach. I am lying on the bed, only inches away from him. And. I. Am. Doing. Nothing. It would be really easy for me to take his hand an...

  • New Eyes

    Eyes That see An old world As if brand new, Cause me To see That world With new eyes too.

  • Airships: Rage, Rage

    As it had on a few other occasions in Hawkeye’s short life, time did him the favour of slowing down. He looked upon the silver longsword that was in the process of hurtling down, and the intention in his brother’s eyes. Then there was a dar...

    • Author: HSAR
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
  • A Slug Poem (written by my son when he was 3)

    A Slug in the grass His head was up He was looking around And suddenly he stopped He saw a tiny spider On his way to the park And they became friends And played until dark

  • FOR RENT- A Small Space In The Back Of My Mind

    This space will do nicely. It is a bit cramped in spots, but over here will work. Yes, I believe I will settle down right here and live for as long as I can. It may be the only way, but atleast we’ll be together in some capacity. Sometimes memories a...

  • The Horizon

    Standing at the edge of the surf- Breeze blowing in light gusts- My dress whipping back and forth against my legs- The waves break softly across my ankles as my feet sink with each wave Staring out into the horizon, the moon begins it’s ascent. The...

  • Times Gone By

    It was a different time. Happier, if one wished to be self-indulgent. A time of companionship, of easy talk and chatter. We would talk over lunch, over drinks, over dinner. We would meet and be met by a multitude of characters whose stories were as int...

    • Author: HSAR
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Absentee Poet

    Hiding in plain sight Running far from free A poet by your right A lonely absentee Pretending to be someone Others think you are Knowing there is only one Who knows you best by far Although it’s only writing Still, Validation craved Eventually Yo...

  • Airships: Strike

    Dieter smiled indulgently, as if he were merely sparring with his brother. “I must admit to a little disappointment in you, little brother. I had expected you to have improved your swordsmanship in your time away, but I am mistaken.” Hawkey...

    • Author: HSAR
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
  • Plunge

    The beams filtered through her eyelashes, like sunlight under a canopy. She opened her eyelids a little wider, and felt her eyes burn in the glare. She squinted, trying to discern her surroundings. A single surgeon’s lamp hung directly over her head....

    • Author: zhifeiji3
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Puppetry

    She came to me, walking through a door into my study after an evening meal one night. I looked up, saw one of the maids, and on a chance second look noticed a familiar set of features. Just like that, she was standing in front of me. Our respective aur...

    • Author: HSAR
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
  • Danger

    I had never known with certainty, but had long suspected that there were other Gifted personages that shared this world with me. In part, that was why I had chosen to use the Gifts of Power and Love carefully. For the next few weeks, my schedule was a ...

    • Author: HSAR
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
  • Thoughts.. or I don't even know, really. Just a thing.

    Jonah never listens. I’m out here all alone in the field of ice, all I can hear is my own heavy breathing, I look up to the humongous rings of Saturn in the sky, and instead of marvelling at the beauty of it all, I curse my crewmate. He insisted on u...

  • Entry to Avalon

    My father turned and gasped, his furrowed brow and angry eyes a too common site to me. “Girl! Keep silent, speak when spoken to!” barked the guard. “Syl! Quiet!” He turned to the guards, “Please excuse her interruption, bu...

  • Rising Fires

    “Relax, Ed! I just thought they were yours,” Scud smiled down at Edgar. He was a foot taller than Edgar, which made sense because Scud was two years older, even though they were in the same grade. Which was fine with him. Scud was making good bucks...

  • Gone Is Me

    Gone is Me It’s become We And now this We Has become Three We call this Three A Family

  • I hate school!

    Every day I go to school I always get bullied or called a nerd and even four eyes all because I wear glasses I’m the top of my class and always hand my homework in on time.Sometimes I just want to stay at home and study there were I can be on my ...

  • The flying people. (Mature)

    Many silver moons ago lived an immature girl named Lilly-May.Skipping enthusiastically,Lilly-may and her best friend Sophie were on there way to Lilly’s house.As they were skipping,Lilly-May noticed a small bottle containing an unusual liquid it ...

  • Deliverance

    freedom is a beautiful woman and we are romantic schizophrenics sometimes she’s here, sometime’s she’s not sometimes you wonder if you ever had her to begin with sometimes the smallest thing brings her back so fast you feel infinity ...

    • Author: m0ri
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
  • Atalanta

    The bushes rustled. Something was coming. She heard her heart start to pound in her ears. Men, close to a dozen of them. Adrenaline coursed through her veins. They’ve come to stop me. I won’t make it out of here alive. Her thoughts started ...

  • Observations of a Wallflower

    I sit and I ponder many things while I sip my glass of Pinot and stare out the window of this quaint cafe’. I love this place, this little street of eclectic shops and artsy people. The vintage shops mixed with the new makes for a new adventure e...

  • Boiling Point

    Edgar had had enough. Edgar wasn’t the strongest boy in gym class. He wasn’t the fastest or the most agile. In fact, the only thing that Edgar excelled at was in consistently being the last to be picked for a team and the first to be eliminated at ...

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