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  • 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...

    • Author: Tad Winslow
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • 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 about 1 month 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 about 1 month 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 about 1 month 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 about 1 month ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • 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&#...

    • Author: K-Jellybean
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • 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...

    • Author: K-Jellybean
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • 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...

  • Goals

    I want to find my place in life. ’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’

    • Author: inky blue
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
  • 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 to...

    • Author: Drake West
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Watchers in the Dark

    Of course she had no idea we were watching. She had no idea we even existed. To most of the modern world, we were nothing but stories, legends from a time nearly forgotten. Only a select few knew the truth. I leaned forward to get a closer view, motion...

    • Author: Michael
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
  • Pedestal

    You stood on a pedestal, just beyond my reach. You made me feel inferior, rotten, forgotten. I longed for any sign of your affection and sometimes you gave it to me. Other times, you threw our friendship around like it meant nothing to you. You grew up...

    • Author: Ari Marx
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Trick Card

    “Note, dear lady, that the card does not face you, but faces me. It is inverted.” The overwhelming dread I felt a few moments ago broke, and I quite inappropriately let out a brief, relieved guffaw. “You mean…” I composed ...

    • Author: Tesseract
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Great Dark and The Spectrum Dragon

    Nothingness, a great mass of dark that was deep then space and older then time. It was everything and it was nothing all at once and if there were any being in the universe alive to witness it, madness would have surely engulfed their mind and left it ...

  • The Coward

    The coward runs so far away Yet never really leaving He rants and raves and calls her names The proof he is still grieving Denial comes in many forms For him it’s in his anger So hot and vile and down right cruel This person is a stranger The cow...

  • Numb

    So I’ve been sitting on the computer for six hours now, streaming Full Metal Jousting and crying into a bowl of Malibu with cranberry juice. I’ve started six poems and fifteen short stories without finishing them. I’ve looked at the c...

    • Author: inky blue
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • If only...What If.....

    Sorrow and anguish Of innocence left Given and taken Non-refundable gift Heartbeats purging The memories fading With every beat surging Trying to forget If only I could give it back as if it never were turn back the clock To the way it was before I...

  • The Best Birthday In years

    It was the best birthday I’d had in years. There was no cake, no ice cream, no balloons ; just he and I- on a blanket under the stars in a park, after dark. It was the best because there was NO place I would rather have been than in his arms. The...

  • Begin!

    The stars were clear in the sky. Kimmy could hear the crickets, the sound of the creek a few dozen feet away. Her breath coming slowly in and out. It had been a long, hard climb to the plateau. The grime had stained her fingernails black. She could fee...

  • after the missile

    uuuuhh wind – screams – smoke – flames – the shrill of tearing metal – faces of questioning anguish tumbling away – why – why them – why me below – the flaming shredded carcass that had once protect...

    • Author: Petros
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Back on Friday

    On a sunny and clear day Bob stood at the corner, clutching Ronnie’s hand while they waited for the school bus to arrive. “Why do you have to go?” Ronnie asked him. “Work stuff. Very boring,” Bob answered quickly. But he mused, On a day like ...

  • Helpless

    The tears come. I can’t stop them. First the extra spill out the top, but soon they are unlocking the dam of memories I’ve desperately held back. The result is crippling. I curl up on the floor and the sobs silently fill the emptiness. It h...

    • Author: Rahose
    • Posted about 1 month ago.
    • 5 out of 5
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