lostpoet's photo
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"Oi, skunkboy!" shouted Crispin, the school bully. I groaned. " Get yer four eyes over 'ere!" he said, chuckling at his weak joke. " Oh, go and combust why don't you?" I said

Finished: 2/18/11 @ 16:15
MoralEnd's photo
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It was her worst nightmare. She was the first woman president in US history. She was also a germaphobe. The campaign had almost killed her, now 4 years of this? She called

Finished: 2/18/11 @ 12:24
mrida5yrs's photo
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At the end said my friends that they are going to play with me... said little kite and one day all the kites were flying high and high in the sky. That's the best part of the party

Finished: 2/17/11 @ 18:09
NixonBlack's photo
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He'd spent eight years in jail for causing an accident that killed an entire family. Kids died. He'd plead innocent, but went to jail. His eyes rose. Toyota had announced a recall

Finished: 2/17/11 @ 18:06
NixonBlack's photo
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She sensed that he was alone by the way he stirred his drink, and the huge sky blue vampire cape he'd worn. Nobody'd told him it was a costume party, because it wasn't. This was

Finished: 2/17/11 @ 18:02
NixonBlack's photo
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If Jim had one thing going for him, it wasn't good looks, good luck, a lightning fast intellect, nor a sexy cop wife. Each of things was had by Doug, who'd married his own sister

Finished: 2/17/11 @ 17:55
NixonBlack's photo
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It was her oath to protect and serve and she was one of the few who took it, and the concept of honor, seriously. He married her without knowing she wanted to be a cop, which made

Finished: 2/17/11 @ 14:04
irishkate's photo
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She sat at the console, mindlessly tapping away. Out her window, the world looked as it had for so many other days of her dreary existence. But the hole in the wall

Finished: 2/17/11 @ 11:58
NixonBlack's photo
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Something crashed hard on the balcony. I looked out, but the light from the living room only extended a foot or two though the sliding glass door. The glass fogged and cleared.

Finished: 2/17/11 @ 00:09
Davodd's photo
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Anthropologists have found evidence which proves ancient cultures used such bizarre materials as tree bark, paper and cloth as preventative measures against

Finished: 2/16/11 @ 19:08