Memoirs of Dreamers



THE PAINTING

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October 22nd 2014  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Horror , Moral , Thriller  |  Author: Ruby  |  570 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 …

 

The Niverse is Toast

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October 17th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Philosophical  |  Author: Rob  |  722 views

The universe is toast and it’s my entirely fault. There are infinite worlds, through a veritable infinity of days and yet this moment was on one, before this particular schism of timelines. Each was linked of course; webs of subatomic particles strung each to the other in a network of infinite possibilities. Already through the choices made, there were alternative earths with differing histories, some similar and some radically different from our own. I say our own, but of course I mean mine. It might be that you have winked …

 

Ink on the finger…A Short Story in a Wake of a Moment

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October 16th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Children , Fiction , Inspirational , Moral , Philosophical  |  Author: Satish  |  1734 views

Mahanvi… nine months old she was, just crawling and there are new toys invented for the 6- 2yrs old in the toys market. Chinese had somehow produced low cost swimming pool with ducks and swans floating on the waters, a mobile app is controlling this for parental guidance for kid to have semblance of joy while playing with the swimming toy set. Got this product offering on the newly released mobile device in a tradeshow product launch. The manufacturing company of mobile phones had, come up with the fathers love …

 

Chalega Arts Company

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October 15th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Tragedy  |  Author: Satish  |  1783 views

RAAG LEHREN Suniyega… The performance of sound testing began by a group of girls and women…aged between 16 to 70 yrs had been singing Saa… Re… ga.. Ma… Audience is coming more in numbers, chairs are filled and people are not able to find empty chairs to sit. Someone went to cafeteria to bring couple of chairs on their own. There is space between an outer wall and compound. I was just sitting over there and trying to see the full view of the stage. I can only see three …

 

The Broken Tree

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October 13th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Satire , Suspense  |  Author: Satish  |  1846 views

The stage aspects dramatically towards the wrecked stem of the tree. Once up on a time it hurled the sweeping airs of the summer nights along those creaking sounds of the windows. Clichéd of histories and past times, melancholy of distortions, leaning back chairs any way one want to pay for. Dramatist want to show case the curricle of the show biz, while the audience leaning back in chairs listening with passion, through the silence sheathing over the gullible parchment that regaled and fathomed orchestrations, without eggs and tomatoes being …

 

Farewell Part 9

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October 10th 2014  |  3  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Romantic Love  |  Author:  |  1335 views

Tohko woke up. Judging from a thick, heavy ray shining from the gap of the curtain like a Gobelin tapestry, she felt that this was not the thing of the morning, but the ripe sunlight of the afternoon. Because of luxurious fatigue caused by deep, long sleeping, she did not yet bring herself to get up. Only one thing, in which she was interested, in those days when she did not need to do anything. If she checked the e-mail box, there might be an e-mail from “That man”! She thought, …

 

The Devil’s Daughter

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October 8th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Horror , Other  |  Author: Mitch  |  2653 views

Melvin Ludlow lay dead beneath a sweltering noon sun, a syrupy mixture of blood and brain fluid leaking from his shattered skull and simmering on the sizzling East Texas sidewalk. “What happened,” asked a curious bystander. “Cops blew his head off,” another replied. “Damn shame. I wonder why?” “Ain’t no shame, he deserved it,” said another. “He killed his wife. Snuck up on her and shot her in the back of the head.” “Holy Christ,” the first bystander exclaimed. “I wonder why he would do such a thing.” “Why? If …

 

THE SUCCESSFUL ONE

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October 7th 2014  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Moral  |  Author: Ruby  |  826 views

It was another regular morning. On the screen, he was smiling at me. I miss him. I love seeing his smile every morning, just like when I was still living with them. “Good morning, sweetheart,” he warmly greeted me. How are you?” “Good morning, Dad,” I replied and smiled. “I’m okay, thanks. How are you? And how’s Ma?” “Everybody’s fine here,” he said. Then he peered closely to the screen. “Is that a new outfit?” “Oh.” I looked down at my pink blouse and blue blazer. “Yeah. For work. Do …