Memoirs of Dreamers



Elmer Fudd VS. Pregnant Spiderman

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November 8th 2012  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Tragedy  |  Author: daniel7134  |  1045 views

I was making breakfast for dinner. Bacon, scrambled eggs and toast. It was one of the few things my daughter Ashton would eat. This would be the third year in a row that my wife would have to work on Halloween night. “Are you ready to eat Ashton?” I said. “Almost dad, just putting on my costume.!” Ashton hollered from her room. She comes out in a black dress that stops at her knees with a purple long sleeve shirt underneath. Black boots, a tall black witches hat and a …

 

Desire, The Two Edged Sword

3 votes, average: 4.33 out of 53 votes, average: 4.33 out of 53 votes, average: 4.33 out of 53 votes, average: 4.33 out of 53 votes, average: 4.33 out of 5    4.33/5
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November 7th 2012  |  4  |  Category: Moral  |  Author: geedda  |  758 views

Desire, The Two Edged Sword… George E Davis One bright, sunny day many years ago, I, being only eleven at the time, spotted a piece of silver metal, its reflection nearly blinding me. I bent down, picked up the object to find it was a quarter. That quarter today would be worth two dollars. Did I rush home and put it in a piggy bank? Nope. I sent it, along with two cereal box tops, to Battle Creek Michigan to buy a Sky King Decoder ring offered on the radio. …

 

My Father and Me

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November 6th 2012  |  2  |  Category: Children , Fiction , Inspirational , Moral , True Stories  |  Author: Carlos Salinas  |  684 views

I remember being five years old and walking through the forest by our house with my dad. It was filled with adventure and seemed to go on forever. It was always an adventure! I always felt safe because I knew my dad was there if I faced any real danger. “Why is grass green, dad?” I remember asking. “Because it has something called chlorophyll. It helps plants make their own food.” “Like we make sandwiches?” “Ha-ha, similar in a way,” he rubbed my head. I came across a dead bird …

 

Of Promises and Geographies

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November 4th 2012  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Philosophical , Tragedy  |  Author: Gaurav  |  2143 views

Dr. Deepjyoti Lahkar shifted in his seat dizzily, the time difference weaving sleep in his eyes, as the cab pulled outside the Rosenberg Hotel at the corner of the Chapel Street, Prahran city. He looked out of the window and stretched his neck to see the majestic building with blue transparent windows and a perfect British dome, when the car ultimately came to a halt. The ‘Pran Central’ was taller than what his vertical field of vision could capture. He had to flex his neck backward to complete the entire …

 

Lady Of The Lighthouse

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November 1st 2012  |  1  |  Category: Fiction , Suspense  |  Author: Adrien Leduc  |  1796 views

The Lady of the Lighthouse “Carl. This isn’t funny, Carl.” Still nothing. I step quietly on to the first step. Waiting. Listening. I’ve never liked going into our attic. It’s dark, creepy, and always cold due to the lack of insulation and the numerous slits and holes in the ceiling. Dad swears he’ll get around to fixing it up real nice someday. But he’s been saying that for years now and until he does, Mom, Carl Junior, and I prefer to stay clear of it. I shiver as I climb …

 

Gabrielle’s Angle

2 votes, average: 4.50 out of 52 votes, average: 4.50 out of 52 votes, average: 4.50 out of 52 votes, average: 4.50 out of 52 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5    4.50/5
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October 30th 2012  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Romantic Love , Thriller , Tragedy  |  Author: Barry.Murphy  |  978 views

It was a bright Sunday morning as Gabrielle made her way trough her home town of Siluva. All was quite except for the sound of the chapel bells filling the air. With the last sounding bell she was struck with an epiphany “I’m going to move away from home for a while, travel a little. I will travel to Ireland to see my cousin Markus” she taught to herself, as a smile of excitement lit up her face. Gabrielle had been thinking of this for some time now, since her …

 

Tokyo Nuclear accident 8

2 votes, average: 3.50 out of 52 votes, average: 3.50 out of 52 votes, average: 3.50 out of 52 votes, average: 3.50 out of 52 votes, average: 3.50 out of 5    3.50/5
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October 21st 2012  |  2  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Horror , Romantic Love , Suspense  |  Author:  |  707 views

8.Wakako On September 19, Wakako left the apartment wearing in her everyday clothes without disguising herself today. It’s difficult for her to continue walking at the demonstration with the appearance to look like a male wearing secret boots. Still more, it isn’t necessary to change her figure when she join the crowd of people. Of course she is wearing the mask today. But, this isn’t for disguise and is for protecting. The guys–they are the invisible particles– have ruled over this city Tokyo. “They are fuckin’ radioactive materials!! I don’t …

 

Ouboet Geel’s War

1 vote, average: 4.00 out of 51 vote, average: 4.00 out of 51 vote, average: 4.00 out of 51 vote, average: 4.00 out of 51 vote, average: 4.00 out of 5    4.00/5
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October 20th 2012  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Moral  |  Author: Amos  |  610 views

They promised me freedom. As soon as this bloody war ends, you’ll have a house. A piece of ground where you can keep cattle. A place for your children to be educated. A clinic nearby. That’s what they said. Those things are important – but it was the freedom that made me help them. They said it better than the Chinese and the Cubans and the Russians – even the Americans, later on. Help us win this war, and we’ll look after you. Just help us; you’ll see. The Afrikaners …