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    The flow is a bit odd, isn't it?

    The flow is a bit odd, isn't it?
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    The Man in the Sheets

    A strange story I wrote yesterday. The Man in the Sheets is a working title for now.

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    I don't leave my house very often. When I do, I make sure to cover my entire body. To achieve this, I...
  3. Thread: Cicadas

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    Cicadas

    Flat earth
    Littered with shells
    Wide-open heaven
    A black, swarming cloud
    Hissing
    Buzzing
    Thousands of green bodies
    In the hot sky

    I am in their shadow
  4. Thread: The Rain

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    Thanks for the encouragement, guys. I kind of...

    Thanks for the encouragement, guys. I kind of liked how my story's a bit disjointed, but I do agree that a bit of smoothing out could definitely help it.

    As for the circumstances under which it...
  5. Thread: The Rain

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    The Rain

    I wrote this one night before bed.

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    Put your scarf on. Go outside. Look at the rain--rain: sweet cloud-dew. Scarf over face. Outside. Out, under a cloud. Big cloud. Rain from gray ceiling....
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    I actually have one word that I feel sympathetic...

    I actually have one word that I feel sympathetic for for being hated so much: alot. I know that it's actually two words, but I really don't see the problem with writing it as one.

    I mean, I know...
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    Whenever I hear the phrase "beyond compare", I...

    Whenever I hear the phrase "beyond compare", I die a little inside... what's wrong with adding the two extra syllables to make it "beyond comparison"?
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    Poll: I always liked the outsider pretty well; the...

    I always liked the outsider pretty well; the atmosphere in the beginning when he's all alone and when he decides to climb the ruined tower is nice and dark, and once he steps foot out of the tower it...
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    Panic

    Panic
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    Pant...

    Pant...
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    Cat...

    Cat...
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    "riverrun, past Eve and Adam's, from swerve of...

    "riverrun, past Eve and Adam's, from swerve of shore to bend of bay, brings us by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to Howth Castle and Environs."

    -James Joyce, Finnegans Wake

    This is...
  13. Thread: Marty

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    There is something I ought to admit about this...

    There is something I ought to admit about this story; the "plot" (i.e. the joke) was more or less an excuse to write a story so that I could experiment a bit. The repitition was more or less a part...
  14. Thread: Marty

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    Marty

    This is just a weird little story I wrote one night while I was bored.

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    Marty came in through the gate. He came in, I saw him: He had on a white hat and suit. Whole suit: White. Coat,...
  15. Estragon: Let's hang ourselves immediately!...

    Estragon: Let's hang ourselves immediately!
    Vladimir:From a bough? (They go towards the tree.) I wouldn't trust it.

    (Technically more than one sentence, but these are the lines I remember best.)
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    I just finished reading Child of God recently; it...

    I just finished reading Child of God recently; it was a great--albeit a bit short--read, in my opinion. If you enjoy philosophical black comedies, it should be right up your alley.
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    Two more exams, and that's an end to highschool!...

    Two more exams, and that's an end to highschool!

    ...God, I'll miss it...
  18. Thread: Throw Books

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    Glad I could make you guys laugh. :biggrin5: ...

    Glad I could make you guys laugh. :biggrin5:

    This little poem was actually the result of listening to too much King Missile and having a conversation with my dad about the phrase "to throw the...
  19. Thread: Throw Books

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    Throw Books

    I was bored today...

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    Find a book and throw it,
    Throw it as hard as you can
    Throw it at a woman, or
    Throw it at a man--
    Just throw it.

    Throw it from a window,
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    Watch Her Disappear - Tom Waits

    Watch Her Disappear - Tom Waits
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    Crackling, burning cloves; smoke curling...

    Crackling, burning cloves;
    smoke curling upwards, scenting
    the air around me.
  22. Thread: Autopoems

    by Zeniyama
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    Autopoems

    I thought I'd give a crack at surrealist poetry...
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    under the guise of flow
    faded corpses
    make breakfast
    until their head
    blow up
    like ballons
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    Brutal hands of death working the laundry...

    Brutal hands of death
    working the laundry mangle;
    my clothes aren't dry yet.
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    The grass is burning under my feet, and the sky...

    The grass is burning
    under my feet, and the sky
    is freezing my head.
  25. Thread: Untitled

    by Zeniyama
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    Untitled

    This is just a strange little (very) short story that I wrote while I was bored today...
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    A young man in a nice, clean suit was walking down the street. A disheveled old man in rags...
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