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Estella

by Emily Sparkles, posted 110 minutes ago 77 views11 comment11 fav

Everyone loves a story of love unrequited. But what about the stories of the unrequited lovee?

The Guardian

by Sally Houtman, posted 9 hours ago 4949 views44 comments33 favs

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The Thing

by Darryl Price, posted 18 hours ago 5858 views88 comments55 favs

I'm sure someone somewhere must havefelt something like it before. Imean I've never been able tohave this kind of deep longing asif you might want to forget everythingyou know. I always figured that funny stuff onlyhappened to folks in a foreignfilm. Not to some guy…

Edward Ogle the Forth

by Peter Erich, posted 24 hours ago 6060 views44 comments44 favs

Charted stars by the dozens / with a side of frizzle onions / dawn showers us with glitter.

The tenth point of possession being this...

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Maurice Utrillo

by Bill Yarrow, posted 27 hours ago 7979 views99 comments88 favs

Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder.

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by Gary Hardaway, posted 30 hours ago 9292 views1414 comments99 favs

The virtuoso tortures a violin/ in homage to Paganini.

Glen Beck: Limp-Dick Detective [Ch. 199 - 200]

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“I heard he bit off more than he could chew, karmically speaking, and his soul yearned to be free, collapsing his body from the weight of an impossible-to-digest karmic debtload.”

Snatch XIII

by Mathew Paust, posted 2 days ago 6868 views77 comments88 favs

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The Devil Goes To Subway

by Chris Okum, posted 2 days ago 7474 views1111 comments55 favs

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Kim Chow Click Click

by Adam Sifre, posted 2 days ago 100100 views22 comments22 favs

Ok American dogs. Here my first story I wrote when I only two days old! Then evil moderator delete me and story go away. Now I three days old. I try to remember.

Abecedarian inspired by Bill Yarrow

by Gita M. Smith, posted 2 days ago 7777 views66 comments66 favs

Despite what the bible says, Shadrach and Meshach had no third brother named Abednego. To pay for his cello lessons, Yo-Yo Ma worked the subways of New York as a busker. Just chill. After Sal went into witness protection, he yearned for a job at the art…

Wink

by Aaron Sabatine, posted 2 days ago 6767 views55 comments55 favs

It's just another night in the old city, perched in the skeletal radio tower with my collection of telescopes

The Tecolote's Lair

by James Claffey, posted 2 days ago 7474 views77 comments66 favs

To fall to earth and not implode, to disintegrate into a tangle of crazy limbs: arms, legs, hair, and eyes like the bark of an olive tree, the result a triumph.

Sitting On a Powder Keg - song

by Jerry Ratch, posted 3 days ago 6262 views44 comments44 favs

I just sit here thinking You’re cheating on me again It’s how you acted last time The same as it’s ever been Don’t wanna go ballistic What’s inside your head? Why don’t you just tell me Who’s been sleeping in that bed

Ben Clarone: Prologue Part 2

by Daniel Harris, posted 3 days ago 8282 views55 comments55 favs

This was not the bar that the artist usually frequented.

Wet Work

by Barry Friesen, posted 4 days ago 7979 views99 comments88 favs

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  2. faved the story The Guardian.
  3. commented on The Guardian
    A promissory note, to come back and read, to enjoy the fulfilment of the promise of these first few pages...
  4. "messy to perfection"--love that!
  5. Sorry. The comma in the third sentence should be after "poignant." Time to quit. For today. :-)
  6. I love this. Great pacing. I love the associative way it progresses to a poignant and, deeply personal, sadness. The ending resonates like a bell.
  7. I enjoyed this. I love the exponential irony in Great Expectations and here you have added more. Good job.
  8. published Estella.
  9. I guess I can't delete my own comment, the first one with the typo. And the third one that repeats the second. Can anybody help?
  10. Oh boy. Something's going on.... Hmmm. Strong poem. I love knowing who's speaking and who's being spoken to.
  11. Oh boy. Something's going on.... Hmmm. Strong poem. I love knowing who's speaking and who's being spoken to.

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