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Modern life...
Story by PeterHunter
Losing the will to live...
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"Just another boy"
Story by mindful_ideas
The soul that never gives in to society.
15+
Here's to You
Poem by Sam Tyler
This one's for the one that hurt me the most. Screw you
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Friends
Poem by Meowmix3312
I did not write the poem
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The Real Treasures( Chapter1)
Story by bestwinner
its a free chance you can try, you might be the next person find the real treasures money prizes million.

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Am I Still in Love With You
Story by HudaFatima
Does the love still lingers on after the heart has fallen out of love
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An Ironical Situation
Story by PinkyTune
A rainy day viewed in the perspective of a 12-year-old. A story that would make you feel that rainy days needn't be sad, gloomy, and depressing...
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The Problem With Souls
(they can't be trusted...)
15+
My Step Daughter is a Lesbian
Story by RonnieJ
What do you do when you find out your child is gay?
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Higher
Poem by Matt Decker
A chronic failure finally learns how to "go higher" in his life.

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The Stunned Friend
A woman is shocked at how naive her friend is upon meeting a total stranger.
12+
Scars Fade <3
Poem by Sam Tyler
For those who think it'll never get better, I'm here to tell you that it really does.
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The Cleansing
Story by Asoxus
When society collapses, the world descends into chaos. The suits are looking for individuals and the collectors are rounding people up. The question remains - what do the messages mean?
15+
Here's to You
Poem by Sam Tyler
This one's for the one that hurt me the most. Screw you
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Wings
A brief couplet poem.

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no need to worry
Story by eternalcynic
no need to worry. The end is sure to come. It is inevitable. No one can escape it.
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Family Fighters
Story by aishisnice
The title is dedicated to the people in my family who have struggled odds and ends in life to keep us content. This is a conversation I shared with my Aunt.
15+
The Old Woman In The Garden
Story by Keadie
Sometimes the people whom we've hardly known leave the strongest impressions in life.
12+
Her Name Was June
Story by BrookeWood
sad but then inspiring.
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Godless Amerika
Story by boomman17
Poem about my view on modern day America. Also my response to the Treyvon Martin Verdict.

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Ugh....
Story by why_now
How I feel on a daily basis...especially when I have to ride the bus... :(
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Let His Innocence Be
Poem by Quill
A poem dedicated to the memory of a beloved friend, gone too soon.
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Old Zhang
Story by darktrunk
An Encounter with another person from the same tide of time.
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How Are You?
Musing by HudaFatima
Don't ask question we really don't want answers to
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Plucked
Story by Tom Hackney
The big kahuna, and so forth.
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Am I Still in Love With You
Story by HudaFatima
Does the love still lingers on after the heart has fallen out of love
12+
Anarchy
Poem by golden
And so I ask you again, “Why are these people losing a war they surely need to win?”
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HOPE
Poem by Matt Decker
This poem "pulls open the curtain" on the importance of Hope.
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The Mad Hatter Who Killed John Wilkes Booth
Story by garwom1
The life and times of Boston Corbett, the NY Cavalry soldier who shot John Wilkes Booth 12 days after he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln.
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The Real Treasures( Chapter1)
Story by bestwinner
its a free chance you can try, you might be the next person find the real treasures money prizes million.
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In My Head. . .
Story by Elrond
"It's the hope that kills not the regret and sadness" -Elrond
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MindFreq'd
Poem by Matt Decker
A poetic analysis of the power and practicality of mental frequencies.
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Master Peace
Poem by Matt Decker
A poetic lesson in the "art" of peace.
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Face of the Earth
Poem by Matt Decker
What if our world had a literal face?
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Sparkness
Poem by Matt Decker
Are sparks flying? This poem explores the smart art of the start.
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SEED
Poem by Matt Decker
What's in a seed?
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Regrets
it all sucks and i'm sorry for that
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Eclipsed
Poem by Daniel
the end of all things both real and imagined..
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Life
Poem by Daniel
story of the end of life
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Cre8
Poem by Matt Decker
The Creator created us to create. Are we creating or stagnating?
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F.O.C.U.S
Poem by Matt Decker
What does it mean to focus? The answer is hidden within the word itself.
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Miracle Minute
Poem by Matt Decker
How long does it take to believe for a miracle?
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The Asset
Story by SubashAnjuru
You never know when you might turn into an Asset...
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POP!
Poem by Matt Decker
That thing you want...how will it happen? The answer is crucial to the pursuit of goals and dreams.
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To the Missing Mother
Story by HudaFatima
You will never get a second chance to do it right.
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Higher
Poem by Matt Decker
A chronic failure finally learns how to "go higher" in his life.
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What's The Difference?
Poem by Matt Decker
The subtleties of Language and Life are examined.
15+
The Silence of Demons
Story by WASP
This autobiographical work explores the themes of existence, mental illness, meaninglessness, and the nature of the 'self'.
18+
TRI-TONE
Musing by skyee
As I read "when are you coming to see me babe?" and I feel the rush of a hundred tears.
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In Direct Violation of Existence
Story by WASP
This is an existential piece about me and it is absolutely a work-in-progress, as is life. It attempts to reflect the confusing nature of existence and the meaning of life.
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The four men
Poem by HudaFatima
What would our world be without men to have our back
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The Guilt That Drowns Me Each Night
Story by HudaFatima
Miracles do happen in medicine but it just doesn't happen when we most need it.
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Leaving
Based on something almost but not entirely unlike what is herein described. It somewhat took place seven years before the current millennium.
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The Love of My 20 Something Heart
Poem by HudaFatima
Sometimes love is also in knowing that despite the distances, that one person who was once your centre is living, breathing, healthy and happy. Thank God for that.
12+
Frustrating
A poem about me, and a game. A FRUSTRATING GAME BECAUSE I AM A NEWBIE...
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The Sleep on Her Eyes
Story by PinkyTune
Thousands of homeless back here rot away on the cold, stone pavements. Funnily, city has much less to offer than what countryside could have provided them. A little tribute to them...
PG
I AM SORRY, MOM.
Story by Tristan
Ever had to make a tough decision?
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Oblivical
Poem by WASP
This is a poem, or even a toast, to the sideways inspiration we sometimes find in the most unlikely of places at the most inopportune times.
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That night in the ICU
Story by HudaFatima
Death is never easy. It's hard, hard on the people who are left behind.
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Think On These Things
Poem by Matt Decker
A poem inspired by the positive 'thinklist' of Philippians 4:8 - "...if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things."
12+
If I Could Do It All Again
The loss of a beloved doctor.
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Sad Truth
Poem by AngNaive97
A harsh reality !
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Party Fun
this is a fun little energetic poem
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The TRY Angle
Poem by Matt Decker
Tap the power of The TRY Angle.
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Stories
This is a poem. It is referent to memories of the North, South, and Midwest. Saving the best for last, so to speak, the title is the final word of the poem. The lack of capitals is intentional.
12+
Package'd
A second person, present tense rant about dealing with one of the biggest courier companies in the world.
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In the Rhythm of a Train
Story by billyyoutwo1
Inspired by, 'From a train carriage', by Robert Louis Stevenson. In the rhythm of a train: in 15 lines, 112 words, diddly dar, diddly dar.
18+
The Redeemer
Story by Poetic_Seppuku
A flash-fiction short story where the climax occurs at the beginning of the story. The story itself is about a contract killer who has a soft side to him and an interesting back story.
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Take a Chance
A poem about embracing life
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Mae Abbott
Story by
A German girl who lives in an orphanage....