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poem about a wanderer 1

Constant Wanderer

Poem I am a constant wanderer Whose home is scattered And whose feet never rest Among the numerous roads I have an urge to get lost I am a constant wanderer Whose limits are...

poem on reflection of life 0

Fact or Fiction

Poem Listen to the fiction Breathe in the wonder Breathe under water Waste your time With the frivolousness of color Feel the green And value your emotion Like your life is one big vacation...

poem about being alone 0

Alone In The Room

Poem   The fan keeps on spinning To the sound of the dripping Tap steel still as a statue Alone in the room Blinding white light through The window that frames her Face white...

short story about moral lesson 0

Morals Clause

Short Story   Sophie’s crossover from pornography to reality television had not yet been lucrative enough to afford her a Los Angeles stylist, so she’d cobbled together what she thought was a sexy modern...

short story about killing 0

Pariah Queen

Short Story She never meant to kill anyone. Or anything. In this moment nostalgia yet again hotfooted through her synapses; a jagged, fiery sensation. Her mother was a striking artist and a fashionable smoker....

poems about living a full life 6

Important

Life Poem   Do you know how to live a fulfilled life? Without doubting yourself of your own pride? Can you let go of your endless wants, and finally feel satisfied? Calm down. Just...

short story about dreams and goals 0

Talk 22 – Dreams

Serial Fiction That you have in common with gypsies. What? Disdain for formal clothing. I hear music approaching. Ah yes, my brothers do that every night when they’ve had enough brandy. They come here...

short story about struggles in life 0

O is for Orphan

It seems that the sea is home after all. I labored on the churning brine since boyhood, hauling in the bulging nets, scraping my hands on the antiquated equipment, lulled to sleep by the...

short story about war 0

A Letter From the Front

Dear Louise, I hope this letter finds you in good health and spirit. I wish to extend my best Christmas wishes to you and your family. Although it saddens me I could not celebrate with...

wheat-field-1 0

Not To Say

Life Poem I wanna roll Not sit in this stall Wanna rediscover the sights Not from in these wall Plenty out there to see Not seeing it all from in here Knowing I can...

short story about robbery 0

Reservoirs

Short Fiction   A vulture floated high in the desert sky, circling around itself. It looked like an insect struggling in the spiderweb of my broken windshield. The taste of iron was heavy in my...

Read Free Stories Online, Diner 0

A Taste – Part One

Short Story   Kevin plunged the knife into the margarine and dug out a chunk, scraping it over warm toast. He’d been in the middle of checking a voicemail when the toaster popped, and...

Mocha 0

Coasting – Part Two

Von stood with his eyes closed, head down, and his palms flat on either side of the shower head. He let the hot water pour around his neck and pitter-patter on the floor, relishing...

Alternative Fiction, Bullet Perspective 1

How It Feels to Be Fired

Alternative Fiction   Every night, as I lay silently with my siblings, I could hear her screams.  Although I desperately wanted to do something, I just stayed where I was, totally impotent.  From my...