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Liquid Life - Chapter One
By liquid_life on 03/12/2007
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Dian Brus, his dad was the star of his family – the success, the intelligence, the family man, the one who’d made something of his life out of three sons. He had a wife and one son, Dian, and the .....
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The traveler's footsteps
By Flier on 02/23/2007
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There is a road, leading out to unknown, hilly land. It is a dirt road, not often traveled. All who walk there tell a story. The story of a fateful night, where a young traveler's footsteps .....
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The Gossip Pool
By clfleharty on 03/07/2007
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Hot, stifling, sweltering of a day with everyone feeling on edge and sending them to the pools, lakes or rivers. The ladies of the Fine Feathered Church were no different from anyone else, and t .....
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Here's more o' Will...
By Faeric_the_Fabler on 03/03/2007
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Staggering, the boy was shoved onto a chair, and immediately administered with a drink resembling the sharp smell of grassy earth.
Will choked, gasping as his medicator set the glass on a ne .....
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Continuing something which many plead for...
By Faeric_the_Fabler on 03/03/2007
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Here it is.

James William Travis looked up at the high, dark gates of Old Brock. Rain, something that had been promised since this morning, had started to fall.
Sighing as the grey c .....
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Something Interesting...
By Faeric_the_Fabler on 03/02/2007
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“Cold night, eh, Brockleson?”
The mangy dog sitting by the booted feet snorted, his wet nose sniffing the dense fog. His owner, a stocky, rough looking man, laughed, clapping a gloved hand o .....
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sa mad day
By lusciousbabe on 02/28/2007
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Christmas, what is the meaning of it? Is a question that was plaguing my mind for my entire life. Christmas is the time of year in which members of each family gather in a .....
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The Letter
By SimonDemetrios on 02/26/2007
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It sounded like the scratching of nails dragging back and forth across the kitchen counter, and then I heard a heavy, deep cough. Not a cough like any woman, no, this was definitely my Uncle Todd .....
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Dear Beloved
By DarkAngel007 on 02/22/2007
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[/font=Comic San Dear BELOVED

[font=Comic Sans MS]It’s strange how you consume me, always.How with just one tou .....
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Unforgiving Sea of Red
By poet4life3 on 02/19/2007
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With her mind clear and her plan ready, she went through the house to make sure everyone was asleep. She couldn't risk waking someone up, and being caught in the middle of her plan. Then she proc .....
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LOST
By lizchiv on 01/18/2007
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I can hear him call my name. I won’t answer, not just yet anyway. As long as he thinks I can’t respond then I am safe. Sometimes I really want to reach out and touch his hand, tell him that it’s .....
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Beecham's Flat: Simple Stories
By sverigeman on 02/14/2007
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Chapter Twenty

Colonel Jemson

"Good morning, Colonel," said Jane Bashcomb as she entered the old man's bedroom. The room wasn't Colonel Jemson's lifelong bedroom. When he was .....
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Peer Pressure
By Cicigirlie on 02/11/2007
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What are peers?
Peers are any persons or group of people who have a close but generic relationship to one another. For instance, people of a similar age group, people in the same circle of fr .....
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You must pay in the end- 6/25/06
By Crazyjed on 02/10/2007
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As the wind rustled the leaves about, a man was walking down the narrow gravel path carrying a mug full of hot green tea. He took a sip and sighed. The brisk air in the fall always seemed to make .....
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Distant Memories
By Klizz027 on 10/13/2005
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Long night phone calls,
Mixed with distant stares and longing lips
Were all they lived for.
All the pain just seemed part of life,
No memories of living without shadows haunting them. .....
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The beginning of a novelette... please critique it.
By [disconnect.me] on 01/13/2007
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Hell found me. I won’t deny I didn’t prompt it in the first place; no, what’s done is done, and there is no point trying to repair with words what was ruined with actions, for it cannot be done. .....
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Elizabeth
By Squirrelmick on 12/27/2006
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I remember when the baby was first shown to me, in an uncomfortably small hospital room with curtains on the windows that did not let in enough light and curtains round the beds that did not give .....
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An Auctioneer in Newport, R.I. bids adieu to a rich life's valuables
By Zyskandar A. Jaimot on 01/30/2007
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A Verse/Play in One-Act
Setting – An auction house (actually a dilapidated
shed from the WWII era. One long room with lots
of stuff {supposed antiques} near the walls while
folding c .....
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Venus
By Yvette on 01/23/2007
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I steadied my hand letting it hover over the cut tracing the tips of my fingers over the dried blood and torn flesh. As I walked to the lamp the fingers of my free hand fumbled in the dim hue of .....
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I Went on Winter Break and Came Back, Impossible
By AnyaJMercant on 01/14/2007
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It was Decemeber, I remember it. It was so cold I had to wear my long coat, the one I love and never get to wear. I was driving, at the sp .....
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