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Gifts

- Everyone has a gift to give, we need to accept that, sometimes it's wrapped in shitty paper, but a gift just the same. If we peel the outer layer away, beneath the stained cover you often find, ...

By: CKAcres | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 25 Feb 2015

CK's First Limerick Chain

- Some say I am a story teller of note Words off my tongue often float Making some listeners laugh Mostly they're infused with some chaff Sometimes they are not even worth a groat Some listen to m...

By: CKAcres | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.8| Added: 22 Feb 2015

Living My Dash

- My mind writes checks, my body can't cash. But I am still alive and living my dash. Tarnished, a bit twisted, kinked and dented. Living a life, some say is a bit demented. Some only see a wrinkled...

By: CKAcres | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 16 Feb 2015

Avatar Nights Redux

- What if all you knew wasn't really true? What if your avatar was really you? What if at night when our screens shut down, Our avatars come to life and play around. Whom would Sherzahd go and find...

By: Dreamcatcher | Category: Poetry | Score: 0| Added: 15 Feb 2015

Gracie's Collection

- When two young, moderately successful vaudeville performers teamed up for a comedy act in 1923, it didn’t take long to realize that they had found the right fit — both personally and professionally ...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Plays | Score: 5| Added: 10 Feb 2015

44

- 44 Another year. More baggage. More questions. More everything. How does one sift through the collection of memories and belongings and tangled connectivity accumulated over forty-four years? Wh...

By: Dreamcatcher | Category: Musings | Score: 0| Added: 07 Feb 2015

A Little Drab'll Do Ya

-   She woke up ecstatic at the thought of the joyful preparations ahead. She really loved the holidays. Then she caught sight of a printout her husband had left on the table. The Christmas present t...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 4.9| Added: 21 Jan 2015

Decisive Moments - Chapter 2

- I closed my text book with a loud snap and checked the time on my cell phone. I groaned when I saw that I had been studying for almost four hours and still had what felt like a mountain of homework le...

By: musesinspire | Category: Romance | Score: 5| Added: 21 Jan 2015

Therapy Homework Assignment #1: Feelings

- “What did you learn from this?” My therapist talking. She thinks that there are lessons in everything. My answer? “Next time, cut vertically, not horizontally. Also, white wine goes much better wi...

By: sprite | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 17 Jan 2015

Are We There Yet

- "It’s not what it looks like," he said. "I’m not pushing. You’re the one pushing." "Am not." "Are too." "Leave me alone. This side is mine. Stay on your side." "I’m not on your side. Now I...

By: elof69 | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 4.6| Added: 14 Jan 2015

Winter's Warmth

- Snow cascades from the trees. Avalanches flowing down their trunks, gathering at the base like waterfalls. Are they breathing in the soft afternoon breeze, or are they shivering from winter's col...

By: CKAcres | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 08 Jan 2015

Underneath the Missile Toe

- He woke up ecstatic. Today, Christmas Eve, was the day Johnny and his friend, Steven, were testing their new invention: Missile Boots. "You're sure these have been fully calibrated?" Johnny asked, l...

By: Cricket | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 4.7| Added: 01 Jan 2015

Badass

- I never stood a chance you know. As badass as I used to be. I'd snap my fingers and say "C'mon let's go." And they would all go home with me. A pied piper of love I once was, When I played my me...

By: Dreamcatcher | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 26 Dec 2014

A Plagiarized Work That Got Plagiarized

- Online forums for writers had addicted this guy  An average writer he was, but he wanted the limelight.  Working hard was not his style, the quick way was to plagiarize,  The risk of getting caught ...

By: Gaurav009 | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 25 Dec 2014

'Twas the Night After Christmas...

- “It’s not what it looks like,” he said, frantically fumbling with the computer mouse. She smirked. “That isn’t the Victoria’s Secret website?” Failing to minimize the screen, he switched tactics...

By: Paperboy | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 4.9| Added: 20 Dec 2014 Editor's Pick

Decisive Moments

- “Are you for real right now?” I heard my best friend Penny ask me from the other side of the room. I stood up and turned to look at her with a frown. “What are you talking about?” I asked as I sh...

By: musesinspire | Category: Romance | Score: 5| Added: 20 Dec 2014

The Boy Who Hated 'Lefties'

- There was once a boy who was proud of being a righty  We  dominate  the world, we represent the mighty “Lefties represent weakness, they are  unnatura l,” he declared Being a southpaw is an  illness...

By: Gaurav009 | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 18 Dec 2014

Boom Boom Airlines

- Welcome aboard Boom Boom Airlines, today we will be flying to Cleveland, Ohio non-stop. Before we begin our safety instructions, I would like to play you a message from one of our sponsors of this fl...

By: frogprince | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 16 Dec 2014

Holiday Travel

- He really hated the Holidays. She woke up ecstatic and asked, "You got what for my mother?" The Christmas present ticked under the tree, giving away his plan to relocate the old bird about a block...

By: Dreamcatcher | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 4.8| Added: 16 Dec 2014

A child's fear?

- I’m NOT afraid of the dark! ‘clunk’, There it is that frightful sound! ‘clunk’, I shiver and shake as I look around. ‘clunk’, I’m so frightened because there is no light. ‘clunk’, What is it? ...

By: mfburbaugh | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 30 Nov 2014

That Little Talk

- This first appeared in, Maggie Rascal’s, otherwise excellent, Select Stories’ site. Everything else there is better, in fact, much better. Check it out for yourself. “I guess it’s time we had that...

By: Rumple_deWriter | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 26 Nov 2014

Fastest gun in the west.

- Fastest gun in the west MF Burbuaugh short story My name is Brentwater, William Brentwater. I have spent most of my life defending myself because of my size. Most people think because I am small...

By: mfburbaugh | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 17 Nov 2014

A Close Encounter

- Driving through the rolling prairie of Wyoming was boring. The children sat at the table reading books. My wife sat in the other captain's chair, as I drove. Our destination was Devils Tower National...

By: frogprince | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 16 Nov 2014

Smokey's Thanksgiving

- The house was quiet. The children slept, while their mother and I labored in the kitchen. It was Thanksgiving Day and we worked to prepare our dinner. The turkey sat in the sink where cold water ran ...

By: frogprince | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 15 Nov 2014

A Double Date

- Karen and I set up our first double date for Saturday night. It confuses me, but Karen feels it is perfect. She and I will not be dates. She wants to date Henry and I get to date her best friend, Jani...

By: frogprince | Category: Young Adult | Score: 5| Added: 03 Nov 2014

Silent Nightmare part 2

- Amber Khory sat at table where Kale escorted her, while her friend Jess and her boyfriend James danced. She didn't want to go out, but Jess wouldn't take no for an answer and dragged her along. Now he...

By: Ladybug | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 22 Oct 2014

Feathers

- Here I sit writing. Pardon me a moment. Something is poking me in the butt. Ouch, that hurt, as I pull a feather out of my butt cheek. I feel several other pin feathers there. I scratch my head with ...

By: frogprince | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 17 Oct 2014

The drive

- Looking at the head in my lap Moving all over as I drive The bad shape of the road  Making the head move all over Looking at the head My mouth waters Looking into the passenger seat Looking a...

By: CaptNick | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.8| Added: 16 Oct 2014

Working it hard

- Slide it deep, moving it fast and faster. Working it hard and fast. Into the tight hole and it feels stuffed. Breaking a sweat, damn it is so stuffed and so tight. Working the snake in deep, pushin...

By: CaptNick | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 12 Oct 2014

Date with Kitty

- Picking up my gal We're going on a date I'm 5 minutes early Always hate to be late. Greets me in her housecoat A peck, Please take a seat Give me just a minute She leaves in a heartbeat. I si...

By: meredith | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 19 Sep 2014

A Writer's Lament

- My muse has gone missing! She just up and left. Abandoned, alone... I'm confused and bereft. I've looked high and low, But she's not to be found. Dagnabit! Why, oh why, did she Have t...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 29 Jul 2014

R U There?

- I woke this morning Wondering what this day will bring When suddenly my phone It began to ring. A text was sent Upon my screen in morning's glare A strange text message “ HELLO.... R U THERE” ...

By: meredith | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 18 Jul 2014

Donut Adventure

- *Warning - This is not a complete story and there will be no conclusion posted on this website.* The famous and world-renowned scientist, C. Nile, has been making breakthroughs in the field of sc...

By: Plasmarift | Category: Humor | Score: 0| Added: 12 Jul 2014

Another Time Traveling Story (Chapter 2 Part 1)

- If a 7-11 is open twenty four hours a day seven days a week, then why are there locks on the doors? If man evolved from apes why are there still apes? #2 pencils are so popular, why are they still #...

By: BestAbsolutePerfect | Category: Young Adult | Score: 5| Added: 18 May 2014

Another time traveling story (Chapter 1 part 3)

- “What do you mean a hunch?” I asked skeptically. Daddy motioned me toward the couch. It was a black leather couch that I had known since childhood and despite the many trials of spills and scratches i...

By: BestAbsolutePerfect | Category: Young Adult | Score: 4.5| Added: 12 May 2014

Another Time Traveling Story (Chapter 1 Part 2)

- I was standing alone at the school. The sun was setting, creating a rose like haze over the entire campus. I dug into my backpack for my phone. "7:14pm?" I said in a realm of confusion. 'Six missed ca...

By: BestAbsolutePerfect | Category: Young Adult | Score: 5| Added: 04 May 2014

Stiletto Hell

- Richard Bailey dashed into the bathroom and slammed the door shut, locking it. He trembled as he reached for his cell phone, dialing the appropriate three-digit number before dropping it on the tile f...

By: DiVitto | Category: Horror | Score: 4.6| Added: 30 Apr 2014

Another time traveling story (Chapter 1 part 1)

- Have you ever wondered why a pineapple is called so when it is neither pine nor apple? Why didn't Tarzan have a beard? Why do toasters always have a setting that burns toast to an unimaginable crisp i...

By: BestAbsolutePerfect | Category: Young Adult | Score: 5| Added: 28 Apr 2014

Exam Result

- Author's Note: I have intentionally avoided mentioning the location of the story. Hope, everyone who reads it connects with it. 1 Akash's life had vaporised the day he wrote his biology paper....

By: Gaurav009 | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 11 Apr 2014

Adventures Across the Starways - 15

- Chapter 15 by Kari and Rascal Jason holds up a hand. "We're not going anywhere near him until we get word back from the crew about the search. Donny's going over Angel with a fine-toothed comb and...

By: Kari | Category: Science Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 30 Mar 2014

Adventures Across the Starways - 14

- Chapter14 by Kari and Rascal On the bridge, Jason heard Victor enter the common room. His boots made a sound distinct from Sive's light footsteps. Fingers drumming absently on the console, J...

By: Kari | Category: Science Fiction | Score: 3.1| Added: 25 Mar 2014

Hmmmmm...

- What if I wrote what nobody read? If nobody read is it completely unsaid? Is what I said better left in my head? These thoughts leave me with nothing but dread. If I sang a song that nobody heard...

By: Dreamcatcher | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 13 Mar 2014

The Day the World Lost Some Magic

- My nephew Tristan had come to Denver from Wyoming to visit me on a sunny Saturday. Tristan was in the Air-force and stationed in Wyoming. He would come to visit me when he had time off from his dutie...

By: CleverFox | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 10 Mar 2014

Gauges

- ------------------------------------- This work, within its first few lines, contains language or other material which some readers may find offensive. In consideration, Stories Space has hidden the...

By: DeadHeadJim420 | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 07 Mar 2014

Cabin Fever Suburban Style

- Ginny was irritated. Another day of single digit temperatures. She had the worst case of cabin fever ever - even if her "cabin" was a perfectly respectable $300,000 home in a lovely suburb in Madiso...

By: Calindra | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 05 Mar 2014

Off to France

- Off to France My husband and I were stationed in Germany in the late sixties. It has some beautiful countryside where I loved to go on day trips, not only to see the beautiful little towns with thei...

By: Cheryl | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 26 Feb 2014

My Worldly Travels

- My Worldly Travels My adventure starts here Ohio, here I come.... My friends from our Army days were going to Ohio to visit family. Roger and Sandy went home several times a year and asked if ...

By: Cheryl | Category: Humor | Score: 4.9| Added: 21 Feb 2014

Sleepless

- The 1” high bright red numbers of the clock read 3:38am. Another night when the pillow feels like a cinderblock. I turned the TV off at midnight. My brain must be a complete catastrophe inside with al...

By: Dreamcatcher | Category: Musings | Score: 4.5| Added: 15 Feb 2014

Adventures Across The Starways - 9

- Chapter 9 By Kari and Khadaj The last two days had Sive on edge, wondering where this attraction she felt for Jason was heading. Should she just let it happen? Or should they sit down and really fin...

By: Kari | Category: Science Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 02 Feb 2014

Elixir

- I wake in the morning And rouse out from my bed Visions of yesterday Still dancing in my head. Down the hall, I do walk Trying not to stumble Thoughts and words come to me They're all in a jumble....

By: meredith | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.9| Added: 02 Feb 2014

Give It A Rest

- On and on the words do flow, A broken heart that will not heal. It doesn’t matter if she knows, If it isn’t the way that she feels. Sometimes it’s best to just move along, A one-sided love isn’t...

By: Dreamcatcher | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 31 Jan 2014

Lesson #2: Sometimes It is Socially Acceptable to Throw Your Drink In Someone's Face.

- Douche bags will be douche bags. We have all probably had a time in our life when someone makes us feel completely vulnerable and used. This date story is a prime example of that. So, there was t...

By: bolinball27 | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 29 Jan 2014

The Blue Plate

- I've suddenly gotten old I'm rather set in my ways But when I go dining out I'm the one that has to pay. Some like the one eatery They claim it's almost heaven To me that place is not I just call i...

By: meredith | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 22 Jan 2014

Stampede

- Here’s another crappy poem.. A few verses and words that no one heeds.. I guess this will fix ‘em and really show ‘em.. Or just be another shitty piece that no one reads.. Which lately it seems i...

By: Dreamcatcher | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 17 Jan 2014

Lesson #1: Wear Bug Repellent When Making Out in Parking Lots

- It is no secret that I have tremendously bad luck when it comes to dating and hook ups. I am a 23 year old post-college graduate female who works at a law firm, owns a new car, and lives with roommate...

By: bolinball27 | Category: Romance | Score: 5| Added: 14 Jan 2014

Jersey Rejoicing

- This humorous riposte to "Colorado Calling" by Alan Jankowski (Dirty Martini) not only employs the same rhyme scheme, but in fact rhymes perfectly with the original while telling the opposite point ...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.8| Added: 13 Jan 2014

Magical Memories

- Frosty dog encircled moon, color in the night. Jewels glitter upon new snow, shimmer bright. Magical memories, times when winter ruled. Childhood enthusiasm, never could be cooled. Wind blo...

By: CKAcres | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.9| Added: 26 Dec 2013

Say “No!” to Toys for Tots….”Yes” to Toys for Tottlers!

- To heck with “Toys for Tots!” Instead think “Toys for Tottlers!” Because tottlers (seniors who walk unsteadily and just tottle along for whatever the reason) are much needier than kids. Their friends ...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Musings | Score: 4.8| Added: 20 Dec 2013

The Bumbling Painter

- I performed many different odd jobs when I was a teen and into my early twenties. I mowed lawns at five different homes including my own. Several people also asked me to paint and redo their kitchens ...

By: frogprince | Category: Memoirs | Score: 4.8| Added: 07 Dec 2013

Santapedia: The Story of Guido (a.k.a. Prancer)

- My most vivid memory of my evening with Prancer is not his admission that he was a murderer. Though unnerving it was consistent with his obvious paranoia. The most vivid memories are of what happened ...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 06 Nov 2013

Do You Want To Save?

- I'm sitting at my computer A story I want to write All I need are the words To make it come out right. Just an idea or a thought To write the next great book The computer screen is blank Giving me a...

By: meredith | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 27 Oct 2013

Legend of Bancroft Tower

- When I was young, I spent a lot of time in the back seat of my cousin's car alone. She had a boyfriend, but he did not drive and she never liked to drive alone. As a result, I went on many dates with...

By: frogprince | Category: Memoirs | Score: 4.7| Added: 24 Sep 2013

The Women I See

- Everywhere I look... Women all around Each perfect in their own way, They barely touch the ground. Sexy waitresses in black Ask "what can I do for you?" Now if I answered that... I'd wind up black-an...

By: Belthazor | Category: Poetry | Score: 4| Added: 23 Sep 2013

The day Mother vowed Granny must die....

- This is a true story. This all takes place in a small rural town in Indiana in 1950. I was about three and half years old at the time. But first, I must give you some background to explain why my ...

By: meredith | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 14 Sep 2013

Bent Twisted and Kinked

- While talking with a new acquaintance, this came up in the conversation. She told me, "ahh but my dear didn't you know that broken things hold the most beauty in the world, it is our imperfections t...

By: CKAcres | Category: Musings | Score: 4.4| Added: 30 Aug 2013

Avatar Love

- What is this crap I put myself through? Falling in love with pics that aren’t you. Damn little things, maybe 2 x 2? What the hell am I supposed to do? Beautiful face with long wavy hair. Eyes th...

By: Dreamcatcher | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 25 Aug 2013

Exotic Woods for Carpenters

- The Eucalyptus trees in California . Living in Northern California is a nice thing most of the time. It seems to be a very different state when compared to Southern California and the Sacramento a...

By: frogprince | Category: Humor | Score: 4.8| Added: 10 Aug 2013

Trumpin' Mac's Stash...

-   « Oh My! The Phenom of Facebook, George Takei This blogging business has made me a lot more aware of certain things, such as the fact that the music industry is, collectively, a big schoolyard b...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 09 Aug 2013

Learning To Drive

- Most all of us remember the first time we got behind the steering wheel of an automobile. For some it was the scariest time of our lives, for others the most exciting. We lived through it though and n...

By: frogprince | Category: Memoirs | Score: 3.6| Added: 08 Aug 2013

Dear Richardson...

- Dear Richardson, Has been a bit since my last write, of sweet and kindness is you. I cannot even begin to thank you (picture me giving you an eye roll as I write this) for sending that musical card t...

By: ToeTagJaneDoe | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 02 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: 4.9| Added: 01 Aug 2013

Splash!

- Dreamcatcher, Larry, wrote a story last month ‘I’m Arnold Palmer’ which reminded me of a joke; Jesus and Moses were playing golf one day. They approached a par three hole where the green was loca...

By: rolandlytle | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 26 Jul 2013

Breakfast in the Village

- Breakfast in the Village It's another lovely day in the Village. Birds are singing and butterflies are floating. Waking I get this notion to fix breakfast for my love. Bouncing down my stairs,...

By: fuzzy1954 | Category: Musings | Score: 4.9| Added: 25 Jul 2013

Gidealis Enigma Chapter 12

- FRIENDS, BEAR WITH ME. I HAVE TO JUMP 15 YEARS INTO THE FUTURE as the rest of the book takes place from the time Domiarn is 31 to the time he is 39. It should be self-explanatory, but if you have ques...

By: GriffinGarcon | Category: Science Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 12 Jul 2013

My Day at the Beach

- I went to the ocean the other day. To get in I had to pay. Into the lot I drove; Between the cars I wove. I looked and looked; found the perfect spot. Got out of my car. It sure was hot....

By: frogprince | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.8| Added: 25 Jun 2013

Ink Slinging Humor

- There once was a site that was red Where our tales told of fun in bed. If our efforts were cheered At our stories some leered,  If not, they read others instead. There once was a site that was bl...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 20 Jun 2013

Luke's Haiku to Vader

- Let go of your hate. I can sense the good in you. You are not evil. 

By: CleverFox | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 14 Jun 2013

Vader's Haiku to Luke

- Luke, I'm your father. We will rule the galaxy. You cannot resist!

By: CleverFox | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 13 Jun 2013

You’re Not Bipolar If You’re Never Up!

- “Three tee-hees do not constitute a manic episode! You are not bipolar,” Dr. Childers repeated. “You are depressed.” He seemed a bit irritated. “But they were three consecutive tee-hees!” I p...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Humor | Score: 4.8| Added: 02 Jun 2013

Making Mom Freak Out

- My mother was such a lovely woman, in spirit and appearance. She always reminded me of the pin-up girls from the 40s and 50s. That was her era of course. And whenever she posed for a picture on the be...

By: Survivor | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 29 May 2013

Of Mites and Men

- Guess what. In the larger scheme you’re not very important. You’re like a little dust mite that occasionally elicits a big sneeze, but ultimately winds up squished in a HEPA filter or on its back in a...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Musings | Score: 4.9| Added: 20 May 2013

My Selfish Mother

- If my mother were still alive she would be 92 years old, twenty-six years my senior. Every Mother’s Day I fondly remember how well she took care of me. How she cooked and vacuumed and did my laundry a...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Humor | Score: 4.9| Added: 11 May 2013

Cockeyed Bird

- I saw a little Junco, pecking at his reflection today. Wondering, what's the reason for his little display? What was he seeing in the reflection of the window? Was he angry at the image, o...

By: CKAcres | Category: Poetry | Score: 4| Added: 05 May 2013

Living with Latent Anorexia

- Though most are aware of how debilitating and devastating anorexia can be, few are familiar with its most insidious form--Latent Anorexia. I’ve struggled with it my entire life; I hope that sharing th...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Musings | Score: 4.6| Added: 24 Apr 2013

A Senior’s Tale: Passion in the Nursing Home!

- I was eighty you a year younger but we smoldered with that hunger to feel passion and taste salty sweat. You were not much of a talker but looked so hot on your walker! I rolled up as close as I coul...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Poetry | Score: 3.2| Added: 16 Apr 2013

Opinions And Advice

- People always offer opinions and advice, As to what you should or shouldn’t do, Though they can barely manage themselves, They seem to know what’s best for you. An old friend offers relations...

By: DirtyMartini | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.8| Added: 07 Apr 2013

Jackson Goes for a Run, Realizes Why He Hates Birds

- It was the first legitimate spring day of the season. The air finally warmed, the sun was out and there was not a cloud in the sky. I decided that rather than go to the gym and pretend to be a hamste...

By: Jackson_Banks | Category: Humor | Score: 4.7| Added: 05 Apr 2013

must laugh at getting old

- (4/2/13) The sun is out and the wind is blowing my way I’m here in the park with my grandson today There are some kids with which he found to play But it was for a short time, for their mo...

By: poetlou | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.5| Added: 02 Apr 2013

Mirror Mirror on The Wall

- Mirror Mirror on the wall, oh please, oh please can I have it all? A white wedding dress, a large picket fence, two carat wedding bling, or a trip to Beijing? Ha-ha, no way, try again, thanks for ...

By: kayley1013 | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.7| Added: 19 Mar 2013

Dream Job (Everyman's fantasy)

- This story contains mature themes * * * The California Board of Education meeting once again ran late into the night. The stale air became stifling in the August evening, as the air conditionin...

By: DirtyMartini | Category: Humor | Score: 4.7| Added: 15 Mar 2013

The Belle of Catawba Street

- Warning: While supposedly humorous, this is a story about racists and includes two racial slurs. However, the “N” word does not appear in print, but it is unavoidably, in my opinion, there in spirit...

By: Rumple_deWriter | Category: Action | Score: 4.9| Added: 06 Mar 2013

From the Future

- From the Future This is a story about the adventures of Kara Sandborn. She was born in the 24th century, in a world very different from our times. Kara was a what we would call pretty much a genius ...

By: Kari | Category: Science Fiction | Score: 4.8| Added: 28 Feb 2013

Punctuation Puns

- I will state one unequivocal thing about my colonic: I hated it! Please note that we have a colon used in a sentence referencing a colonic. I humbly suggest that usage like this henceforth be called a...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Musings | Score: 4.4| Added: 25 Feb 2013

Rode Hard Put Away Wet

- Jumpin' out of the shower, lookin' in the mirror I sees whiskers not dark brown, wild hairs grow'n ears, brows n' nose. Skin not so tight neither, face withered up like a punkin that's seen to muc...

By: CKAcres | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.7| Added: 22 Feb 2013

Seagulls and Chips

- Kooky quasi–serious conversations That amused look between good friends  Where words aren’t needed  The quirk of a brow  The half grin secretly sitting on the corner of your mouth It takes one line...

By: Louise | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.9| Added: 20 Feb 2013

A Word Geek Visits the Doctor

- It's a dire diagnosis for our intrepid heroine... "We don't see you in here often, Maggie. What seems to be the trouble today?" "Well, doctor, its this darn apostrophe, thats how it started b...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 12 Feb 2013

High School Hijinks

- We all remember high school. It was filled with fond memories of friends, first loves, teachers, bullies, jocks, cheerleaders, snobs, nerds, geeks, socialites and the rest of the students. There was o...

By: frogprince | Category: Humor | Score: 4.6| Added: 06 Feb 2013