Kat sighed out the window of her mother’s black car. Her sigh was carried by the wind, through the fallen leavers, and into the tree tops. She was sighing because her life has been particularly boring recently. Her parent’s divorce … Continue reading Kat Saint by Wren L.
Today when I woke up, I was sick. My dough felt hard, my icing was soggy and my sprinkles were falling off. “Choco, you don’t look so good… Are you okay?” my younger sister, Doubs, asked me. “No, not … Continue reading Double Chocolate Donut: Less Chocolaty by Choco
In The Shadows of Skyscrapers By Kyle Vavasour Chapter 1, A Brave New World Buildings reached towards the sky like giants of concrete and steel, the dull colours only contrasted by the bright pinks and reds of the neon shopfronts. … Continue reading In The Shadows of Skyscrapers by Kyle V.
the winter snowstorm whitens my bare eyelashes a cold, endless rage Senryu: held captive by doubt filled to the brim with worry an endless refill how lost one can be lonely amongst … Continue reading Sadness by Celina L.
Ninety-two years. That’s how long I’ve been in hiding. Never once have I come outside of this black rusty hole of a cave, except for that one time when I was seven. Although vague, I remember that day, the day … Continue reading A Life Forgotten by Anonymous
Forgotten by Avrel F. Empty, not a single person wandering on the lonely road The sky is a dark black hole, ready to swallow you Unsureness covers the ground and pulls you into despair As you walk down the … Continue reading Forgotten by Avrel F.