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THE PAINTING

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October 22nd 2014  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Horror , Moral , Thriller  |  Author: Ruby  |  574 views

I’d never thought it would’ve happened to me. It all started from my extreme exhaustion from reality. A real-life suffocation. I’d just got fired from my job. Not only that, my girlfriend Aida told me that she was pregnant. No, I wasn’t ready. I was afraid I’d never be. I know, I’m a cowardly man. Running away to that remote motel by The South Beach which they claim to be haunted. Aida’s big brother Andre had threatened to kill me if I refused to come back and marry her out …

 

East and West of Nowhere

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October 27th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Satire  |  Author: Kurt  |  2864 views

It was a small town in Texas. Some people said it was nothing more than a greasy spot pressed against an old creased map. It went by the name Nowhere. It was the last town on Earth. Everybody and everything in the world except the people and things in Nowhere had disappeared. No names in the phone book. No gravestones. No national monuments. No bibles and bubble gum and beer nuts. Nothing. Just a big void like the vacuum of space. One afternoon a man from Nowhere named Frank went …

 

Richard Nixon Zombie

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October 28th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Horror  |  Author: Kurt  |  2285 views

Jill looked at her reflection in the vanity mirror. Clark sat on the edge of the bed while she gazed into her apple green eyes reflected in the glass. She didn’t think her eyes were the color of apples. Her father told her that when she was a child. “You think there might be zombies out there?” Clark asked. Maybe, Jill thought. She ran a teal green brush with stiff white bristles through long chestnut brown hair. She glanced at the right side of the mirror where Clark sat reflected. …

 

City With No Sun Part 1

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October 29th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Adventure , Drama , Fiction , Romantic Love , Thriller  |  Author:  |  625 views

Dante Chief Ghieri, who was engaged to the daughter of a local pub owner -a woman rumored to be involved in the local cult – woke up covered in bruises. The ghastly moon leaned down over four islands in front, her hand plucking off pieces of grass in preparation for the yearly meal she had long awaited. He thought to himself: Why am I here, and how can I get out? It hurt to stand up but noting how Old Luna gazed at him -tongue licking – it was a …

 

Farewell Part10

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November 12th 2014  |  3  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Romantic Love  |  Author:  |  1442 views

One morning, Mitsuru received a parcel which her parents had sent from Paris. It was filled with many things which she requested her parents to send. Some bottled foods, some canned foods, some cakes, and some seasoning, which were wrapped by the beautiful packages, were taken out from the box, and were displayed in front of Mitsuru onto the table. When she served herself a cup of Chinese tea named “The secret of Tibet” made in the tea maker at Paris, and drank it at her office, Akihiko mockingly said …

 

Learning the Hard Way

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November 13th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Satire , Tragedy  |  Author: Barry.Murphy  |  1508 views

Oh my first love, something that I could never forget and looking back now I can laugh with fondness at the mistake and adventures we had together. Inevitable there were problems along the way but C’est la vie, it’s how we learn and grow. It brings a smile to me face to think of her now and how my father “God rest him” introduced us to one another. It was a little over 14 year ago when I had finally landed my first real office job with a large food …

 

“A School Shooter’s Diary: My Last Day At School”

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November 14th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Moral , Thriller , Tragedy  |  Author: Ruby  |  1359 views

It was my last day at school. I was more ready than ever before. I smiled at my father before he dropped me off at school. He kissed my forehead. “Have fun at school, baby,” he said cheerfully. “I love you. Be good.” “Love you too.” Be good. That’s what he’d always said to me every morning, before he set off to the station – looking good in his uniform. Every parent’s hope. Be good. I slowly walked into the dreadful building. I knew what I’d be facing once I …

 

“Home With You

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November 19th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Thriller , Tragedy  |  Author: Ruby  |  732 views

I woke up today to the same old room, in the same old, big house. I pulled the curtains aside, staring outside at the yard. The sun was shining brightly. Kids and teenagers were walking to school, chatting and laughing merrily. I miss going out. Surprisingly, I miss going to school. In fact, there have been many things – and people – that I’m missing. Knock! Knock! I turned around. I automatically said,”Come in”, even when I knew how it would always turn out – a regular routine. A lock …