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POETRY
1 part / 1 page
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updated Dec 08, 2016

A WAY OF EXPRESSING HOW LIFE CAN CHANGE WHEN FAMILY PASSES AND YOU FIND YOURSELF IN A DIFFERENT PLACE STARTING OVER

 
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#8 in Historical Fiction
Pulling The Pin: A WWII Fictional Story
1 part / 9 pages
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updated Oct 18, 2016

Ajax, your average young American boy in the '40s, was drafted into the U.S. Marine Corps at 18. He had made friends with his squad while be stationed in Baltimore. He recieves news that his squad will be sent to France for the fight of their lives. In the rest of the story, Ajax is sent on to the battlefield in the historic battle of D-Day and you'll read about his experiences with close calls and tragic fatalities during war.  Please leave feedback because this is my first short story that was not for school and I have written this in my freetime. I tried to tell the story through Ajax's narrative while in the moment.

 
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The Hero's Chamber
1 part / 20 pages
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updated May 08, 2014

This fantasy adventure speaks for itself. I think you'll like it.

 
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Walk Away
1 part / 1 page
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updated Aug 19, 2017

For those who hurt mentally and emotionally

 
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The Wait
1 part / 3 pages
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updated Oct 17, 2016

The Wait is a piece made out of pure boredom. Please enjoy The Wait as you wait to see "it", the most glorious and most beautiful thing.

 
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Null and Void
1 part / 4 pages
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updated Aug 08, 2017

The bell signaling the end of the round sounded like music in Ronnie Jackson's ears. On legs of jelly he stumbled in the direction of his opponents corner before realizing his stool was waiting at the opposite side of the ring.

 
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#9 in Childrens
The wagging tails of Lulabell
1 part / 3 pages
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updated Oct 19, 2016

The adventures of Lula the dog, told in her own words

 
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The Final Grave
1 part / 3 pages
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updated Oct 10, 2016

A gravedigger is overtaken by the Black Plague.

 
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Amelia James: Hydromorph
1 part / 8 pages
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updated Mar 19, 2017

Amelia James is a hydromorph. A person with the abllity to control and manipulate water and other liquids. Not only that, but she can sense other peoples feelings and emotions, and when their emotions are strong enough, hear their thoughts. She just doesn't know what she is yet.

 
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Im Not Perfect This Is Me (Past and Present) Special Extended Edition
1 part / 134 pages
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updated Nov 16, 2016

A Glimpse Into My Life, Through My Eyes.

 
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My kindness is not a weakness
1 part / 2 pages
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updated Oct 01, 2016

A poem about kindness being mistaken for weakness by those who choose to abuse it 

 
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Just say no! How?
1 part / 2 pages
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updated Oct 11, 2016

How drug campaigns are out dated for the current generation

 
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Addiction
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updated Oct 01, 2016

A poem to help understand the illness of addiction

 
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#3 in Fiction
The Third Plate
1 part / 1 page
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updated Aug 04, 2016

Memories can save us. They can also drown us. What would you do?

 
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The Jungle Book
1 part / 95 pages
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updated Jul 12, 2016

by Rudyard Kipling

 
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Niagara
1 part / 43 pages
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updated May 18, 2016

Set in the early 1960's, the story follows 4 about to be College Grads who are being stalked by a masked figure across campus.

 
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Capital Punishment
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updated Aug 28, 2016

This short story is a fictional piece that hopes to incite many questions within the reader. It is more or less a commentary on the topic of Capital Punishment and is up for interpretation. The narrator begins by presenting us a question, and that is should he spare him. There are a multitude of ways one may interpret this story, and what is being stated, as the narrator presents his own views with the situation at hand. I hope you enjoy this short story, and hopefully it does its purpose well, and has you asking questions on the topic. This story can be read literally or could be thought of more as a symbol to some other overarching idea.

 
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#3 in Childrens
To My Granddaughter
1 part / 4 pages
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updated May 30, 2016

A letter to my granddaugter Resumes my feelings and appreciations about life explained to my granddaughter in a manner she can understand, as well as grown ups. It's about love, care and the debt we adults have with those little persons that share with us moments of extreme happiness and make happinnes a part of our life

 
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#7 in Fantasy
The Last Starfighter 2
1 part / 160 pages
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updated Dec 12, 2016

 
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The Rise Of The Zombies
1 part / 386 pages
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updated Oct 14, 2016

It's a horror 

 
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