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  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Why? That one little word says it all. Now I just want to die, But no one even saw me fall. Cry. That’s all I want to do now. I thought I’d never love again, But you, you took me and showed me how I Know I never deserved you. But now, inside, I can’t imagine life without you. ...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
    IT’S WHAT I ONCE WAS!!! I WANT IT AGAIN!!! WAKE UP, Take a look in the mirror BREAK UP, Can’t face all that I fear MAKE UP, A new list of excuses To excuse me, but When I go back And open the gates to the Life I left behind I take a look back And open the door again But I ca...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    Yesterday, as I strolled down the dried foods aisle of a local supermarket, I heard a strange and frightening noise- the sound of a young child not getting his way. As I drew nearer, the shrieking intensified. Upon reaching the end of the aisle, I saw the reason for the commotion- a boy of about t...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I saw you in the store the other day Our eyes met and then you looked away When suddenly I got the urge to say “My name’s Jacob, how ya doin’, hey.” Unsure what to do, I looked all about Breathing slowly- in and out, in and out I moved closer and decided to say hello, But then you...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
    This peasant did not know how to write. Just kidding! My work starts on the next page… Writing Assignment: Peasant Life Jacob Joyce 10/28/2010 Dear Journal, 10/28/1010 Today the Baron had a grand feast for the many knights and ladie...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
    As a small child, I made a number of mistakes and wrong choices, as toddlers are prone to do. One such mistake took place when I was about the age of three. I, like many toddlers, was very fond of drawing with chalk on sidewalks. At this time, I happened to not have any chalk, and was very bore...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I still remember the day we said goodbye, When I went away and just wanted to cry I will remember that look in your eye, How it seemed to smile even if you didn’t try I remember, I still remember. I still remember driving away from you, Feeling so sad I didn’t know what to do I will re...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    A sad embrace filled with warm sorrow, Happiness today leads to a grim tomorrow. Falling, rising, diving while soaring, Sailing for hours while tied to the mooring, Unexplainable bliss, then hit by a near miss It’s hard to believe that anyone can handle this Now two lives are stuck, glued...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    It reaches out, It moves about, While staying in. And sitting, standing still. Oh, the terror of it’s darkness It gobbles up all within it Devouring every creature That wanders about within It comes in an instant, And suddenly is upon All, from man to ant It lingers for a while, ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Cold fingers wrap And continue to tap On the inside of your soul. Cold bands tighten And continue to frighten They won’t release you from their hold. Shrill voices scream And break into dreams They say that you’ve been told; Still it doesn’t seem As life continues to team That fear ...
  • Poetry > Limerick
    They gave it, their all for us So we can still say this and thus About what we deserve But we didn’t serve Like when they fought and died for us...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
    “DICTATORS RIDE TO AND FRO UPON TIGERS WHICH THEY DARE NOT DISMOUNT. AND THE TIGERS ARE GETTING HUNGRY.” - WINSTON CHURCHILL Some say that history is fixed, and that fate is locked in a stranglehold on the throats of every man, woman and child that ever has or ever will live. As Jaraad wa...

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