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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter Forty-Seven It

    didn't take me very long to select my dress. It was the one I saw in a "crayon blue" with short puffed sleeves and cream-colored lace trim at neck and sleeve edge. It was terribly hot, the sun brilliant and high overhead, as we made our final trek to the car. We were all tired...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 2 Responses Aug 19

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    My favourite time to smoke is at night from my

    bedroom window when my dad and what feels like the world is asleep. It makes me feel safe and difiant somehow. Like I'm slowly crossing the bridge between who I have to be for the sake of my parents and the world and who I am inside. A person breaking off from a home I will one...
    TheGirlFromJupiter TheGirlFromJupiter 18-21 3 Responses Aug 9, 2014

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    My dream job is a published author.

    I wann share my writing with people.
    ksnaps ksnaps 22-25, F 4 Responses Apr 14, 2014

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    I am your greatest joy And your deepest

    sorrow Die with me each night And be born again in the morning So we can live each breath as one
    Bubblery Bubblery 22-25, F 3 Responses Jan 6

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    Vermillion Roses.

    Faithless,insolvent, a slow incessant burning, Seductive, involvement, this romance with hurting. At a distance, honesty and compassion, truly more listless, living by reaction. Emptiness is consoling, as misery purposes, there awaits an unfolding, of vermillion roses. Each...
    frozenfate frozenfate 31-35, F 3 Responses Oct 2, 2012

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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter

    Forty-Eight The front door was closed but unlocked. Mommy was in the lead, but I squeezed around my sister and brother and jumped inside right after her. The first thing I saw was my baby brother, white and still, with his head bent back at a crazy angle. "Mike!" I ran to him...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 1 Response Aug 20

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    The Kansas Prairie Part One - Chapter Five I

    walked into the kitchen as I entered the rear door. The table was cleared, Mercy was doing dishes, and Mama was the only other person in the room. "Where have you been, young lady?" From Mama's tone, I didn't know if she was relieved or just angry. "Two hours late - and you...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 1 Response 5 days ago

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    I love to write. I write anything from poems to

    exotic sexual stuff. I just love to write!!
    darkheart2231 darkheart2231 13-15, F 1 Response May 17, 2014

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    I have just put another book on Kindle.

    This was one I wrote a couple of years ago, published and took off again, re-wrote and have now re-published. It is called 'Women of Scotland' and its a look at some of the really interesting women that Scotland has produced.
    helensusanswift helensusanswift 18-21, F 3 days ago

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    The Kansas Prairie Part One - Chapter

    Eight "Come on!" I urged. "What - " "Wait on' minute," Erica whispered. "I don't see why - " I began crossly. "Shh!" Erica waved me to silence. She pointed. Still in a whisper, she breathed, "Look." I was impatient. Lunchtime was slipping away, and I had barely made a dent...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 2 days ago

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    The Kansas Prairies Part One - Chapter

    Three It was hours later. I sat at my desk, my hands folded, feeling suddenly alone in a sea of empty desks. All the other kids had been dismissed. That included Susan, Michael and Christopher. The boys wanted to stay with me until I was sent home, but Miss McKenna wouldn't...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 1 Response a week ago

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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter

    Forty-Four Fall was approaching. My sister and brother would be soon going back to school and there would only be Mike to play with. I was already feeling lonely every time I thought about it. I loved my little brother dearly, but it would be more fun if I could talk with him...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Aug 16

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    The Kansas Prairies Part One - Chapter

    One There were several newcomers on the wide, rolling Kansas prairies that year, a couple of years after the Civil War officially ended. I hadn't seen either, but I had heard of them, since they were in the general neighborhood. One was the new schoolteacher, Miss McKenna. The...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F a week ago

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    The One That Got Away

    There is a slight history to this story; there is also a reason why it is vague in some aspects. Hopefully not to vague for the reader to not be too bored by it :) “Nieyma, is that you?”               She looked over at me a moment longer; her brain scrounging...
    LysanderFremont LysanderFremont 26-30, M 1 Response Jun 3, 2013

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    Computer Assissted Writing (C.A.W. 2011) A Short Story for Lazy Writers

        CAW 2011 My son, Matthew, is a computer genius.  Last week he gave me the latest version of his newest invention, a Computer Assisted Writing software program called CAW 2011.  In a few minutes he’d loaded the software into my computer. "Hello," my computer said...
    HallieParker HallieParker 66-70, M 8 Responses Jan 9, 2012

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    Do What's Right. ... I Will Always Love You.

    I used to write when I was younger and had more time on my hands. This is something that I wrote and shared with my girlfriend long before she became my wife:Do what's right.PLEASE do what is in your best interest.DON'T stay because of me.GO.I will always love you. How do you...
    0ppa 0ppa 36-40, M 2 Responses Oct 5, 2012

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    The Kansas Prairie Part One - Chapter Ten I

    dragged behind Susan, Chris, and Mike, as we trudged home that afternoon. it wasn't that I didn't want to go home - I wasn't afraid of coming home to face Mama and Papa, or even the possible probability of Susan saying what she had threatened to say and the reckoning of a...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 20 hrs ago

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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter

    Thirty-Seven It wasn't too long before Daddy caught Prissie studying with Denise at our house. Daddy was pretty free to go where he wanted to when he drove the company truck. There were times he came home early and picked up cigarettes or something else before going out again...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Aug 11

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    writing has been a hobby of mine

    for years. Short stories, mostly. I mostly write stories based on Fantasy or Horror. I occasionally write drama's since those are easier than anything else to write about (IMO). I can't do comedy's. They just come out corny and not so funny. One of my dreams were to be able to...
    PsychGirl94 PsychGirl94 18-21, F 7 Responses Jul 28

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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter

    Forty-Five Mommy got a list in the mail - actually two lists - one each for my older brother and sister. Both were detailed supplies about what they would be required to have that all-important first day of school. Many of the requirements were named by specified companies...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Aug 17

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    The Kansas Prairie Part One - Chapter

    Six Although I didn't get any dinner, I skipped breakfast as well, getting up before anyone else, dressing for school, and leaving the house. I took care to pack my own lunch pail before doing so with a substantial (but not overly greedy) meal - I was sure by lunch I would be...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 3 days ago

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    Here Are 20 Writing Prompts

    Here are 20 Writing Prompts, you are invited to tackle 'em and share 'em... 1. Pick the person you most want to see in the world right now. Write a monologue or a letter to that person and then continue the story. 2. Write a scene between your parents (living or deceased...
    Crazy4Writing Crazy4Writing 26-30, F 12 Responses Jun 2, 2009

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    The gift by Carie Ann The smell of smoke was

    filling the village sounds of screaming and violent yelling was everywhere. I looked around to see what was going on men in odd clothing was ravaging the village burning houses children was being slaughtered in the street blood soaking the dirt road I watched in my hiding place...
    TeenageWriterGirl TeenageWriterGirl 13-15, F 2 Responses Aug 16, 2014

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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter Thirty-Six I

    spoke of us "living in a fool's paradise". In a way, we were. Daddy grumbled at the breakfast table one early morning that he was "glad to see the last of" that "greedy money-grabber" Denise and he had a good mind to fire her here and now. "Whatever for, John?" Mommy tried to...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 1 Response Aug 10

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    The Kansas Prairie Part One - Chapter

    Nine Erica didn't come back the following day, or the day after that. I wasn't overly concerned. I just figured that she couldn't leave her mama's side whenever she desired to... Susan was another matter. The next day at lunchtime, she cornered me as I sat alone again at the...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 1 Response 1 day ago

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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter Forty-Two I

    fell asleep after a while in the overheated bedroom. I woke up, warm and sweaty, some hours later. It must be very late, I thought, sitting up slowly and listening. Mommy and Daddy were walking around downstairs, turning off lights and then the television. They were probably...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Aug 14

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    The Kansas Prairie Part One - Chapter

    Seven Never, ever skip two meals in a row. If you do, you will have what I had that long, long morning - a growling, cramping stomach which started out as just a discomfort and grew rapidly to a loud, bubbly sound every time I moved in my seat. The girl sitting next to me kept...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 2 days ago

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    The murky water lapped at my neck

    and covered my chin as I struggled to keep myself steadied on a rock. At river's edge,one of my uncles,3rd Uncle or as was called behind his back,Uncle No Good,reclined and seemed to be asleep. More likely than not still feeling the ill effects of too much drink the night before...
    RunEun RunEun 22-25, M 2 days ago

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    When I was little, I used to check under my bed

    in case any monster was hiding there, waiting to grab my hand as it fell over the side of the bed while I slept. When I grew up a bit, I didn't need to check for monsters anywhere because I wouldn't find them. I knew they were in my head, creeping through my thoughts as the sun...
    Missinghim99 Missinghim99 16-17, F 2 Responses Sep 4, 2014

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    The Legend of Chickenfoot

    I can remember it as if it were yesterday. The thought of the-- incident-- even now makes my blood run cold, as if a thousand cold invisible fingers running over my body. This old diner that smells of old grease and staleness also reminds me of another like it in my past. Believe...
    mendoguy mendoguy 56-60, M 3 Responses Jan 20, 2013

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    The Kansas Prairies Part One - Chapter Two I

    managed to get along for about six weeks into the term when I got into trouble at school. Papa was proud of the fact that his youngest daughter was able to "hold her own" when I played with others, be they boys or girls. Susan was a prissy crybaby and a flirt, but not me! I...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F a week ago

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    I like creative writing

    because it makes your mind feel like it has felt that way or like it has experienced that emotion
    babylovestar15 babylovestar15 18-21, F Jul 5, 2014

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    The Pitfalls Of Punctuation

    There, in the tail of that comma, in that ethereal silent pause between whispered words, we are suspended in a universe of our own making. I pirouette on your full-stop period and leap onto your curvaceous parenthesis.  I caress its hard sensuous curve and coax it to unleash...
    Vignette Vignette 51-55, F 14 Responses Jun 6, 2012

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    Haiku About Life

    Virtue is patient time flows with incontenence a world out of time
    LoneAlpha LoneAlpha 26-30, M 3 Responses Dec 6, 2012

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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter Forty Mommy

    must have lived just right. She found us a babysitter by word-of-mouth in the grocery store. The word was that this young girl was a second cousin of Patsy Forrester, and, although young, was very experienced in babysitting. Yes, she was available. Yes, she would be interested...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Aug 12

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    Indiana And Pennsylvania - A Story Prequel -

    Chapter Sixty Paula and I went wedding shopping at every opportunity. We found her maid of honor dress almost immediately. It was a sweet floor-length gown with a lace-trimmed sweetheart neckline and lace-trimmed cap sleeves, in a soft peach color. She looked like a flower in...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 3 Responses Jan 8, 2014

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    The Call of The Wild,

    part I Laying on her makeshift bed, she stares out the window, the drapes flapping in the night breeze... Wandering over to the window, she closes it gently.. In the distance, she hears it...the piecing howl... the shrill squeal she has came to know so well... Above her, the...
    MistyGoddess MistyGoddess 41-45, F 2 Responses Mar 29

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    How does this sound as of now?

    : "Walk, walk! Damn it, I said walk!" I was crawling on the floor. I didn't really want to move though, if I was to go anywhere with this man, he would kill me. I see the guns in his pocket. I see his red face, sweating but looked quite angry with me
    SupermanMike SupermanMike 13-15, M 1 Response 5 days ago

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    Queen of clusterf*cks.

    LOL. That's my BIG problem. I write down all my thoughts for a novel out of order and in strange vernacular so my editor's head just pops off. She only deals with me because she loves my work, so I guess the talent outshines the mania. This is for Married to Madness. Google it.
    dirtydarkness dirtydarkness 31-35, F 4 Responses Jan 25, 2014

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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter Fifty -

    Epilog We never moved back home again. After three days in jail and a week on trial, Daddy was sentenced to death by lethal injection. The judge that sentenced him said that he was too dangerous to be released on parole after so many years, owing to the number of murders he...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Aug 21

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    It was a full moon, not just any full moon

    though, far bigger and brighter than any ever to be seen, and this is what made the magic come alive. Underneath the moon, you could see a girl in a majestic silver bubble, with glistening silver smoke, floating away as it sparkled across the skies. What lay ahead for this...
    Lunarflowerrr Lunarflowerrr 22-25, F 1 Response Mar 17, 2014

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    I have a passion for writing.

    I want to write a book one day. Fiction or nonfiction. I would like EVERYONE involved. For the next 3 months, I would be working on publishing a book that all of YOU created. If anyone would like to submit a scary story (one of your own) feel free to message me or email me or...
    lynn1113 lynn1113 18-21, F 6 days ago

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    I Admire

    The one who writes for necessity obligation, vocation or vanity. The one who disappears giving chance to the text to stand out. The one who is a Best seller And the anonymous as well.   I appreciate… who writes true literature and virtual ones who writes...
    deleted deleted 26-30 14 Responses Jun 21, 2009

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    just gonna leave this here okiee.

    Don't you think we are like guinea pigs in laboratories? I mean our minds have been poisoned with filthy lies. We are the test subjects of the century. And I say this precisely. They wont set us free willingley. We are being lead astray .. All these corrupt ways. Society...
    deleted deleted 26-30 Mar 27

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    The Babysitter Murders Chapter

    Forty-Three Mommy got her way. I think she kind of liked Ellen because she was related to Patsy...and she liked - or was the right word loved? - Patsy. Mike seemed to take to her, too. She would whisper things to him, and - I don't know if he understood what she was saying or...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Aug 15

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    After nearly 20 years of being out of school

    I've decided to pursue a degree and am currently in the admissions process which requires a short essay explaining why I should be admitted. I love writing but am drawing a complete blank on what to say!
    poetryafterdark poetryafterdark 36-40, F 3 Responses