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    Prompt Me, Prompt Me

    By S.L. Lewis, in Fiction. 08/22/2019 (Updated: 09/16/2019)

    Say that you'll prompt me!

    365 days of drabbles written for various types of prompt. Updated after a week's worth of prompts have been written.

    Heed the warnings in the information section please. Some of these get outright DARK and I do not want to upset anyone if I can help it.

  2. Not a Poet—Maybe a Thinker 4. My Uni-Verse

    By aditus, in Poetry. 02/22/2019 (Updated: 02/22/2019)

    A glimpse into my mind in verse.

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    What I did next does me no credit at all

    By Sendraguy, in Fiction. 12/25/2010 (Updated: 12/25/2010)

    I'd heard of others coming unstuck with internet dating but I was too smart for that. Or so I thought.

  4. Story Prompts, Articles, and Ramblings

    By Jason Rimbaud, in Fiction. 09/26/2018 (Updated: 10/06/2018)

    A place for story prompts, true to life tales, articles, and pointless ramblings.

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    A Defining Moment In Time

    By cognac69, in Writing Tips. 08/26/2018 (Updated: 08/26/2018)

    A response to Prompt #694 - Creative

    Tag - First Line, I'm tired of this, so I'm going home!

    It prompted me to think of an event in my past and decided to share, maybe give you something to think about.

    It's reasonably accurate and factual.

  6. Madness or Genius

    By VampireMystic, in Fiction. 12/13/2018 (Updated: 01/04/2018)

    This is going to be the repository for those products of my mind that have no other place.

    Be they new or old

    Be they jewels crafted by genius

    Or the drivel of a madman

    Enter at your own risk

  7. STONEWALL INN

    By grahamsealby, in Poetry. 04/09/2018 (Updated: 04/09/2018)

    To remember the heroes of June 28, 1969 at the Stonewall Inn, Greenwich Village, New Your, New York. To them we owe our present.

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    Breathless Words to Find My Own

    By jrhyder, in Poetry. 12/24/2014 (Updated: 12/24/2014)

    a series of short poems

  9. The Boot - Three Years On 2. The Boot

    By Mancunian, in Fiction. 09/02/2019 (Updated: 09/16/2019)

    The Boot three years on. There have been some changes and improvements to The Boot, partly thanks to fund raising and charitable donations, and in part thanks to Christian Edwards benefactor to The Boot. Some 'guests' have moved on, some remaining homeless, but others having been helped are now in independent accommodation either working or looking for work. This is the continued story of The Boot, it's staff and 'guests.'

    It is not necessary to read The Boot beforehand but it may help to understand some of what is happening now and in its future.

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    A Butterfly's Dream

    By S.L. Lewis, in Fiction. 12/31/2010 (Updated: 01/31/2012)

    When you combine a teenage boy and darkness that wants him, you get a rather interesting mix.

  11. The Life of Rami Mansoor

    By Jim Davis, in Fiction. 11/22/2017 (Updated: 11/22/2017)

    A young gay Egyptian learns to live with his sexuality and survive in Cairo in the 1970s and 1980s. How can he keep his love, or does he have to submit to being like everyone else?

  12. A matter of tact

    By Lenny Bruce, in Fiction. 07/18/2019 (Updated: 07/18/2019)

    The Gulf of Stintino, in Sardinia (Italy), a shower after the sun and the sea water, the light goes out.

    And then it is a matter of tact, isn't it?

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    The winding path

    By Bleu, in Poetry. 04/03/2011 (Updated: 04/03/2011)

    A collection of poems on the rocky and winding path to love.

  14. Rick & Taine at the Hop

    By SHDWriter, in Fiction. 06/06/2018 (Updated: 06/06/2018)

    This is a 1-shot spinoff from "The Year I Stopped Being Invisible." It doesn't really fit in the continuity, so just think of it as a "deleted scene" with Rick and Taine. It might give more insight into the "real" Rick and Taine than the main story, but isn't part of the storyline.

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