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  • Short Story » General
    Cravokyo
    5

    Prologue This story starts in a time of no time and a place of nowhere, where the whole race of people are blobs of nothing and you can tell them ...


    hekategirl - Aug 11, 2005 - 2 min read

  • Poetry » Other
    Gone
    4

    * sticky lips pressed together in dark silence betray any hope of ever being innocent again turn up the stereo so loud you have no hope of ever hearing anything ...


    Sam - Aug 11, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Poetry » Other
    City Nights
    7

    I am the Master! Magician! The Punch and Judy Man! Watch me twist miracles from sultry summer nights, find buried treasure in grey graffitied walls. Let me guide you to ...


    antigone - Aug 11, 2005 - 2 min read

  • Poetry » Other
    Forgiveness
    3

    Should I forgive you the too many mistakes you’ve made? You test the durable and generous bounds of my love, which is caught between limitlessness of my childhood that convinced ...


    convintojm - Aug 11, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Poetry » Lyrical
    Leaving Works Two Ways.
    8

    For a friend who I may not ever see again. For Nicola. Leaving Works Two Ways. The grass waves goodbye without feeling, stuck on the thought that the wind will ...


    Ohio Impromptu - Aug 11, 2005 - 1 min read

  • 17

    Rain comes harder as Night grows older Laughter is softer as Tears come closer I'm not to leave the circle You drew around me in the sand Laughter is softer ...


    Chevy - Aug 10, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Poetry » Dramatic
    don't mess with texas
    6

    gliding along a two-lane highway at 95 miles per hour you speed over lime green lakes and wash past silvery skies and the "Don't mess with Texas" postcard sits in ...


    Chevy - Aug 10, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Poetry » Dramatic
    Scars and Supermodels
    3

    NOTE: I wrote this poem in less than 1 minute. I just started thinking and writing...I've never done that before. Heh, record breaking. Anyway, this si what I came up ...


    Chevy - Aug 10, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Poetry » Dramatic
    Tom
    7

    Old Mad Tom laughs when little boys burn to death and four-leaf clovers give him heart-ache. his brother's name was Edgar; a little boy who burned to death east of ...


    Chevy - Aug 10, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Poetry » Dramatic
    Ben
    2

    You write so much about memories and the past. But it's a good thing though. You do it without necessarily being cheesy.


    Chevy - Aug 10, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Short Story » General
    HG
    7

    weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeird story

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    Elizabeth - Aug 10, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Other » General
    Flatulence. The Truth.
    14

    Everyone does it..but people look at me strangely when I discuss it..I want to know if youre a farter..what does it smell like? If you fart in bed do you ...


    MaitrePrinceRebel - Aug 10, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Poetry » Other
    Lettin' Go
    13

    How can I . . . tell you that I don't love you like you and never will again Why don't I . . . just lie down for a ...

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    Elizabeth - Aug 10, 2005 - 1 min read

  • 7

    You are so very fragile that I feel forced to suffocate you in bubblewrap and enclose you in a cardboard box (this side up) and send you (my poetry) through ...

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    Elizabeth - Aug 10, 2005 - 1 min read

  • Poetry » Dramatic
    Like a Knife Through Cheese
    12

    Pain wells up in me My heart is weary My jet-black hair brushes my face I push it back The pain has cut too deep Like a knife through cheese ...


    Snoink - Aug 9, 2005 - 1 min read


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