Story of the Week

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Get lost in the words of this abstract poem. 

abstract poetry
Tonya Moore

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Does the avatar sit still upon the sand dunes lamenting the scarred whales with their beautiful, sad eyes? Do you see sea unicorns piercing starlight?

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Contemporary Fiction

equality
Tim McDaniel

Inhuman

“This is kind of a go-nowhere party, Ryan,” Logan said. “I don’t even know why you dragged me here.” Ryan noticed a circle of empty

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Fiction
Serena Couram

Dare

     Everyone in Owen County knows Dare Winchel. Everyone in Owen County has either one of two opinions on the guy. Half the town

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Romance

bad boy
Sylvie Soul

Elite and Tawdry – Chapter 9

The following day, Tawny had her first class with Professor McCurdy. Naturally, he taught English Literature. She sat in the back row of the classroom,

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Sci Fi

Horror

Clay Vermulm

The Greatest Enemy: Part 2 

Niko carried the large clay jug as if handling fine porcelain, though the jug was sturdy and corked with the bone of some marine creature.

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family relationships
RS Bradley

Here, Fido

I had no idea why I was summoned. All I knew was that Grandpa’s will demanded my presence. I wondered why, as I hadn’t spoken

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True Story

Poetry

Apple Paring

Sweet spheres                                               

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Cheers
Daniel Esse

Blue Birthday

Your birthday’s never nice Yes, they always cook rice Tongue tingling  jollof with enough spice Surprise patties; Never ever Gifts and treats; Twice in forever

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Cry
Kj Heier

The Rainbow Makes Me Cry

The rainbow makes me cry when I see it in the sky. Because a rainbow make the world look brand new, It’s the only thing

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Adventure

A Southorn

Gods of Energy

Being a prisoner had its perks. Arun sat unattended in the middle of a rotting hut, sturdy enough to shield him from the rain, thunder,

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arrowheads
Madara Greer Sr.

Hunting, here I go!

I got myself two steaming smokers yesterday. After watching fellow hunters through the summer and fall. Gather piece after piece of Native American history. I’ll

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