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Misery Loves Company

- As a parent, you warn your kids about the dangers of the world.  Hopefully, they grow up safe and sound, after heeding your good advice. I had managed to do just that, I raised three boys to their mi...

By: gillianleeza | Category: Memoirs | Score: 5| Added: 04 Nov 2017

Gillian and the Three Mole Stories

- Mole Story One I can't recall when I first realized I had a mole under my arm. It was located in the center of my armpit. Early grade school is my best guess. For the most part, I was blissfully una...

By: gillianleeza | Category: Memoirs | Score: 5| Added: 06 Jul 2017

Yuck

- “Aw Mom,” whines Jeremy. “Do I have to take history? I hate history.” “Yes, you must take it this term.” “But history always leaves...” Jeremy thinks, “a bad taste in my mouth.” “I know dear, bu...

By: meredith | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 17 Sep 2016

The Rat And Cat

- The Rat And Cat Jack Sprat’s cat, it chased a rat, For the rat had taken the cheese. While little Jack Horner rode his bike to the corner, Where he fell and scraped both knees. Past Jack ran...

By: Pirate | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.7| Added: 14 Mar 2016

The longest night

- It’s just another day now: our lives don’t stop for something as little as a solstice. We do our everyday things: we go to school, to work or shopping since Christmas is knocking on our door and sure...

By: Vision | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 4| Added: 19 Jan 2016 Editor's Pick

Let's Go to the Amusement Park

- I love to go to the amusement park Spending a wonderful day with my kids Sometimes we stay until dark A few times we’ve eaten BBQ Ribs We go every week like clock work I bet in three years we’ve...

By: mysteria27 | Category: Poetry | Added: 09 Sep 2015

Ramblings of a Madman by kscorn080 (pete)

- Ramblings of a Madman by kscorn080 (pete) I took a walk one fine fall day Stopped for a bit, to watch some kids at play They were playing a game called tackle the man All were piled onto a ki...

By: kscorn080 | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 03 Aug 2015

Old Bill

- A poem written by kscorn080(Pete), long, long ago Old Bill The old man sat on the porch step The children all gathered around He told them stories about his life Concerning wealth that he'd...

By: kscorn080 | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.9| Added: 23 Jul 2015

Broccoli And Cake

- Broccoli And Cake After a long day at play, I came in for a meal. On my plate was Broccoli, “Hey! What’s the deal?” “It’s good for you.” Mom said to me, and I’d better eat it now. My stomach didn...

By: Pirate | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.7| Added: 26 Apr 2015

Cookies And A Mothers Love

- Cookies and a Mothers Love In the kitchen, mom is baking away While I am outside, happy at play. “Come in”, says she, a smile on her face “ Go to the table and take your place.” Warm from the ov...

By: Pirate | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 19 Apr 2015

Bumble, Bumble, Toil and tumble

- Bumble, Bumble, Toil and Tumble Bumble, Bumble, Toil and Tumble See me trip, see me stumble. Down to the ground I hit with a plop A thump to my noggin, hear it go Bop! My eyes go wide, they...

By: Pirate | Category: Poetry | Score: 4| Added: 09 Apr 2015

my kids

- My kids touch my heart Each one has a spot The smiles The tears The screams And yells Some of them have went threw hell The wheelchairs The mental and physical restrains Each one ha...

By: maryruth | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.4| Added: 16 Dec 2014

Celestial Siblings

- The starless Sky prepares for a celebration; Gathering the Clouds , her children - with boundless jubilation. She paints them all in black and grey; And lets them all, have fun and play. Of them, t...

By: Starlyt | Category: Poetry | Score: 4| Added: 30 Jul 2014

One Barefoot Unicorn

- One barefoot unicorn  His name is Pete He walks through the forest With no shoes on his feet His daddy gave him his shoes To wear so Pete could run But see, they were too big So Pete could ...

By: Sparkle | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 24 Jul 2014

The Great Hunt

- At last dawn came, slowly transforming the darkness around me into the familiar landscape of my backyard. Soon, the sun was peeking over the eastern hills, glowing bright yellow through the morning f...

By: mTree | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 20 Mar 2014

Nighttime Musings

- The inside of my eyelids have not gotten the attention lately they deserve. The impression of my head within my pillow,  is not as deep. Oh, how much I long to sleep the sleep of tee...

By: 1withthepaper | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 23 Aug 2013

Eloise's New Belt

- It’s 1955, on a farm in Round Butte, Montana. I am Eloise, and I’m four. This is what happened today: After chores, and breakfast, and after my older sisters went to school, I followed my mom aroun...

By: fallingdove | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 4.8| Added: 12 Aug 2013

My meaning of life

- Life, for what purpose? Together with others giving For others we’re employing Slave for the money Conscience, blessing or curse? Over thinking instead of living Observing instead of enjoying Slav...

By: Min_Farrjones | Category: Poetry | Score: 4| Added: 08 Aug 2013

Parents Participation Training

- "Welcome to parents participation training.” The debonair young man holding the microphone had a big, toothy grin. "Many of you will be first-time parent participants in this area's various summer ...

By: Rumple_deWriter | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 4.8| Added: 01 Aug 2013

Kick the Kan

- Kick the Kan time away from school lazy afternoon with your mates spot running barking at that fool can on the ground spinning one two three can play cool kicking laughing pushing all showing ...

By: fuzzy1954 | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.4| Added: 25 Oct 2012

All this and stretch marks too!

- As little girls we are given pretty little dolls to play with in order to nurture our natural motherly instincts. Sometimes the dolls would cry, perhaps even wee their tiny plastic diapers. We would n...

By: Celeste | Category: Musings | Score: 4.6| Added: 29 Jan 2012

My Dog Ate It

- My Dog Ate It The excuses they are so varied, Why one’s homework is never done. On Mondays it’s easy to say: “On the weekend - we took a vacation.” Teacher said you had enough time “But my p...

By: dgford | Category: Poetry | Score: 3.5| Added: 28 Jan 2012

Faded Colors

- I spread out my mother's dust-filled, leather-bound, two ton photo album on my lap. It was still a fading blue color even after all these years. The front cover had a gold engraved inscription; "Fri...

By: Love_Always | Category: Drama | Score: 4.8| Added: 23 Aug 2010