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  • Poetry » Dramatic
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    3

    originaly this was to come out diffrent but quite soon i found out it was more a feeling that is exsperianced. i leave this untitaled for the reason that it ...


    AGITE - Dec 8, 2008, 3:25 am

  • Short Story » General
    starting something
    4

    starting something A kid in the mire. Words and questions, phrases and comments, clauses and sentences. Shuh-man and his lover. A light drawl. That's what he needed. A soft, sultry, ...

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    abc123abc - Dec 8, 2008, 12:32 am

  • Short Story » General
    The Garden
    7

    Okay so this is the work-in-progress epilogue from my novel The Garden. I'm reworking it from how it originally was (didn't fit right with the the way the actual story ...


    Francis Michael Buck - Dec 8, 2008, 12:10 am

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy
    The Faded- Prologue
    3

    It was strange falling asleep after eighteen years of sleepless nights. Lean was not a stranger to closed eyes, but keeping them closed for more than fifteen minutes was an ...


    turity - Dec 7, 2008, 11:43 pm

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    I don't expect you to understand these things before I tell you about them. But if I ever met you, I would want you to. Because they affect me in ...


    vox nihili - Dec 7, 2008, 11:40 pm

  • 6

    A/N: Those of you who know Spanish are going to have to help me out here as time progresses. There are only three or four words of Spanish in this ...


    Kylan - Dec 7, 2008, 10:41 pm

  • Poetry » Dramatic
    California Burning
    3

    California Burning We turn the ashtray on its side and watch the dry black dust drift away in the wind. The snow crunches under our feet like an old melon ...


    Gadi. - Dec 7, 2008, 10:36 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Romantic
    Forevermore part 1 + 2
    1

    'kay, I wrote this a year ago, during my summer vacation, on my 1995 Packard bell. I'm working on getting the third chapter transferred onto my laptop, and thinking about ...

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    ZJmarr - Dec 7, 2008, 10:16 pm

  • Short Story » Romantic
    Destiny
    2

    Night 5:30pm was the last time I looked at the clock before beginning my new book. Reading was a new habit I had picked up from my cousin Vannessa. Everything ...

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    cici01420 - Dec 7, 2008, 9:40 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Science Fiction
    Prologue- Ultraphone
    4

    I remember the day the Ultraphone was recalled. It was about two weeks after I thought I had the flu, and about one week after I thought I was going ...


    KailaMarie - Dec 7, 2008, 9:18 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy
    Hunted: Part 1.1
    5

    Part One A constant beeping sound awoke her. April Tutthille wondered what the sound was coming from. It couldn't be her alarm clock. April had a stereo that played music ...


    dragnet - Dec 7, 2008, 8:55 pm

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Confined
    2

    Hey guys! For North Carolina History we have to write a story based during the French and Indian War. This is the prologue, and I would love if you would ...


    beautyandthefish - Dec 7, 2008, 8:39 pm

  • Poetry » Narrative
    The Music of Dusk
    16

    Night wraps its violet ‘round winter’s pale day With echo and shadow and absence of light. There’s a shape in the darkness, a flutter of gray And you shiver and ...


    Mutant - Dec 7, 2008, 8:20 pm

  • Short Story » Fanfiction
    Peter#1
    2

    This does not seem like a fanfic yet, but it will.. _________________ Chapter 1 “I passed!” “I failed!” I chirped sarcastically, mocking Holly’s enthusiasm. She turned to face me with ...


    Pawprint - Dec 7, 2008, 8:08 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » General
    Untitled, chapter 1
    5

    This is the first chapter, quite short but I hope it grabs your attention. If you hate it, tell me. If you don't, please tell me also. All I could ...


    Ducati - Dec 7, 2008, 7:57 pm


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