Memoirs of Dreamers

On Turning Sixty

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August 19th 2013  |  1  |  Category: Tragedy  |  Author: Robert Levin  |  1121 views

Although it’s brought me that much closer to transforming into worm food, I’ve found that turning sixty is not without its compensations. While it’s true, for example, that my member isn’t getting a proper supply of blood anymore—and that I can no longer write my name in the sand and must settle for my initials—I can still have lots of fun with it. Thanks to an ever-enlarging prostate gland that’s threatening to devour my bladder, my urine stream now bifurcates at the exit point. This means that I can whiz …

 

Where Were You when the World Ended?

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August 18th 2013  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Philosophical , Tragedy  |  Author:  |  737 views

I have always been one of these people who is a bit well… dopey. I’m the kind of person who is late to work one day because somehow my shoelace has been lost and I had to spend ages looking for it, only to discover that it has been stolen by the cat. Why? I have no idea, because no man could ever fathom the mind of a cat (I honestly don’t even know why I got a cat in the first place). So, momentarily distracted, I rush to the …

 

The Bush

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August 17th 2013  |  0  |  Category: Bedtime , Children , Fairy tales , Fiction , Inspirational , Moral , Philosophical  |  Author: DavidYoung  |  1204 views

There was once a forest heavy with red oaks so magnificent that they touched the clouds… One day a traveler of sorts came to walk through and as he did he tripped over one of the roots along the forest floor… As he fell, his bag came loose and a very special jar of his flew out and smashed upon the ground… In it were seeds that he had collected through his many travels… He spent hours searching for the seeds that had scattered and by the time he decided …

 

The Ancient Art of Wearing Red Shoes

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August 16th 2013  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Moral  |  Author:  |  1325 views

Alchemy shot the nurse at the door one of her dazzling smiles; he almost fainted and only just missed sending a senior citizen down the stairs. Her blood red lips showed the smirk on her face clearly for all to see. Flicking a curl of dark chocolate hair over her shoulder she waved her hand at the door, mumbling a few words under her breath. The doors swung open without so much as a squeak of protest. She strode into the room; there was a slight dent in her aura …

 

Independent in Blades

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August 15th 2013  |  0  |  Category: Adventure , Fiction  |  Author: Atticus  |  548 views

Time slowed down, the blade just an inch away from Coda’s face. His opponent, although skilled, was breathing hard, while Coda appeared to be unaffected by the heat, physical exertion, mental focus, or the challenging terrain. His opponent had multiple cuts on his body, his once fine shirt in ruins, and his golden mane of hair a mess. “How long have we been at this, Michael?” Coda called to his opponent. He leaned up against a tree and analyzed his adversary. Michael, who, just four or five hours ago, appeared …

 

The science quiz

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August 14th 2013  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Moral , Romantic Love , Tragedy , True Stories  |  Author: Alishaan Asaria  |  493 views

I was in Std. 11th and we had this upcoming science quiz. My teacher knew that I had loads of extra knowledge. It so happened that my class teacher was teaching science, the chapter about the solar system . She came on the topic about the sun,the star. Me and my friends were getting bored and they told me to waste time. I actually am really great at it as I could ask some serious question that would confuse even the teacher, so she wouldn’t be able to focus on …

 

Sleep Walking

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August 13th 2013  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Horror , Thriller , Tragedy , True Stories  |  Author: Alishaan Asaria  |  631 views

The Results of my pre – prelims had come out, I had got a 65, which was good enough for me as I hadn’t really prepared for my exams and was just fooling around. I hadn’t expected more, but my parents had some other expectations. Dad told me I had to get my grades up, or no new cell phone for me which he had promised to get me after my finals. I had no choice, I wanted that cell and also my MARKS. I had to bunk at my …

 

Ma Barker’s Last Stand

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August 12th 2013  |  0  |  Category: True Stories  |  Author: mikedomino  |  3864 views

A dazzling purple dawn sky faded to vibrant blue as the sun rose, along with the temperature. The day’s warmth was forecasted to again be a pleasurable 65 degrees before dipping back to an evening chill of about 50 or so. Delightful weather. A typical early March morning in Central Florida. As another seemingly routine day progressed, nothing foretold the bizarre events that were about to unfold. After my usual breakfast of bacon and eggs (the excess bacon grease poured over our little dog’s dry food, much to her great …