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I'm divorced, a musician, artist and writer. I'm a mother and a grandmother. I don't do pervs or trolls. That's it. I also don't see this site as a dating haven. Thanks!

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I Love To Write Horror

Does anyone ever really read what people write on this site? My advice? If you are serious about writing. submit your work to a writing site. Other authors will review your work and then give you... [more]
delilah5 has shared 8 Mature Experiences
  • I Opinions Unfortunately Everybody Has One

    Lighten Up And Stop Being Presumptuous A lot of people like to kid around on here and when they do, they get hammered from the thin-skinned and presumptuous anal retentives. Geez. Lighten up. If you don't understand the concept of humor, t… [more]
  • I Love Cats

    Cats Are Cool Beans They're so hilarious for one thing and very affectionate. I have had cats my entire life. My daughter has a cat named Crystal and she runs this show. It's funny to watch both of the dogs back up when … [more]
  • I Am An Artist

    I Love It. I love to draw, paint and create. I have been doing it for over 40 years and used to do portraits for money. Now I just do them for fun. My favorite subjects are Robert Downy Jr., Johnny Depp, Milla J… [more]
  • I Think Zimmerman Is Guilty

    This Is My Belief. DEAL With IT. I know there are a lot of you that feel George Zimmerman was justified in killing that 17 year old unarmed kid. I'm not one of them. I don't give two $#!+$ what any of you think. You're all so pompous… [more]
  • "Devil's Breath"

    Posted on: July 12th, 2013 at 8:46AM

    "Devil's Breath"  “Devil’s Breath” A Fantasy/Horror Novel By Lisa Vetrone Prologue The Scientist Frederick Cannon eyes the homeless man that lays on the bench covered in newspapers. Frederick glances around to see what his options are. The wind is rustling the trees and the leaves are becoming terrestrial as they silently drift to the ground. The Park will close in 20 minutes. There are a few people walking their dogs and a few joggers that pay the two men no mind. When Frederick is sure that they are alone he reaches down and taps the destitute man on the chest. The man stirs but doesn’t awaken. “Sir. Please wake up.” Frederick says and steps back under the overwhelming stench of body odo… [more]


  • "Ghosts In The Snow" By L. Vetrone

    Posted on: July 12th, 2013 at 8:38AM

    Ghosts in the Snow  Untitled. Lisa Vetrone Carlos Alvarez huddled in the shadowy entrance of an abandoned bodega. He took a shaky drag of a butt he had found on the sidewalk, and pretended to admire the graffiti that decorated the seedy buildings that surrounded him; their darkened windows like the infinite black of demon’s eyes watching him. He was jumpy, paranoid even. Traffic had thinned here and he began to feel the loneliness that held him captive most days move over him. How he wished that things could have been different. That he had not traveled down this path that he found himself on. Carlos shuddered, but not from the plummeting temperatures or the sudden icy exhalation of winter… [more]


  • This is for YOU, the unbelievers.

    Posted on: September 21st, 2013 at 2:19PM

    Modern Disbelief—Should the Search Continue? “God is no longer a habitual concern for human beings. Less and less do they call him to mind as they go through their days or make their decisions. . . . God has been replaced by other values: income and productivity. He may once have been regarded as the source of meaning for all human activities, but today he has been relegated to the secret dungeons of history. . . . God has disappeared from the consciousness of human beings.”—The Sources of Modern Atheism. IT WAS not many years ago that God was very much a part of the lives of people of the Western world. To be socially acceptable, one had to give evidence of faith in God, even if not ever… [more]


  • The Nephilim

    Posted on: September 24th, 2013 at 1:58PM

    NEPHILIM (Neph′i·lim) [Fellers; Those Who Cause [Others] to Fall Down]. This is a transliteration of the Hebrew word nephi·lim′, plural in its three occurrences in the Bible. (Ge 6:4; Nu 13:33 [twice]) It evidently stems from the causative form of the Hebrew verb na·phal′ (fall) as found, for example, in 2 Kings 3:19; 19:7. The Bible account describing Jehovah’s displeasure with men in the days of Noah before the Flood relates that “the sons of the true God” took for themselves wives from among the attractive daughters of men. It then mentions the presence of “Nephilim,” saying: “The Nephilim proved to be in the earth in those days, and also after that, when the sons of the true God cont… [more]