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Poetry by Lexi New! by Lacey Black

Rated: Mature Audiences • 1 Reviews
Summary:

Instead of uploaded a million poems I will post them in one collection as chapters

maxing out the advisories as I will have no holds barred on my poetry that will be posted here (except that it will meet the hpft guidelines)


30 Days Of Writing New! by merlins beard

Rated: Mature Audiences • 0 Reviews
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This is a short story collection, a self imposed challenge, and a commitment to myself that I will use my time and energy wisely, to create rather than consume media.

I can't yet say what these stories will include, and I will update tabs for it along the way.

I'll keep a kind of tweet journal and there's a forum topic, you're very welcome to join in or ask questions :) 


Tell Me A Story, Says the Youngling New! by MadiMalfoy

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews
Summary:

Long before humans arrived to the world, dragon clans lived harmoniously with each other. It took many cycles for them to come to peace with the humans. Now that peace is fragmenting, and the youngling Eirraphe must do what he can to survive. 

 

*Written for Tanda's Dragon Tale Challenge*


A by VaguelyCreativeName

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews
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You don’t mean to sound ungrateful, because you’re not, and you know that, in the grand scheme of things, you’ve been incredibly lucky, but – Well, there’s always a ‘but’, isn’t there? Turns out, in your everyday life, the grand scheme of things accounts for bugger all.

 

Written for the Great Collab 2019, Round Three


A Hamster's World by potionspartner

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews
Summary:

How big is the World? It depends on the size of those in it. 


And She Remains by Lacey Black

Rated: Mature Audiences • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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Inspired by my life


I Loved you (You Never Loved me) by MalfoysAngel

Rated: Mature Audiences • 3 Reviews
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I wish things were different

But you showed your true colors and now I see you for who you really are. 


About Writing by Unwritten Curse

Rated: All Audiences • 0 Reviews
Summary:

A poem about teaching the "right" things.


I Still Hate Multicolored Days (but Sometimes Rainbows are Pretty.) by potionspartner

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews
Summary:

“Everyone has a mountain to climb and autism has not been my mountain, it has been my opportunity for victory.” – Rachel Barcellona


Forest Green by StarFeather

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews
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                                                               stunning banner by starbuck.@the-dark-arts.net

Ken spent his most of days in the musical activities. One day, he met two girls. Soon he came to like one of them. He will struggle to find his way out and have a strange experience later.


The Safest Place on Earth by RoRoWeasley

Rated: All Audiences • 1 Reviews
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An original poem I wrote back in April 2016 when I first started opening up about my struggle with anxiety and depression.


The Irises Will Take Over The World by Oregonian

Rated: Teen Audiences • 1 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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At the end of World War II, a bereaved mother in the war-ravaged city of Coventry chooses life over death, even for the smallest of living things.

Written for The Original Fiction Challenge (with a Twist).


Deoxycorp Soldier Clone- C193 by Chelts-rhj

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
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The War. No one even remembers when it started. It took countless lives until Deoxycorp perfected the one thing needed to ensure an endless supply of soldiers- cloning. 

 

Now C193 and his fellow Cadets eagerly await the day they will assigned their own units, and earn a name for themselves. 


Angelus by Noelle Zingarella

Rated: Teen Audiences • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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fire, dragon, woman

Graphic by Noelle Zingarella

 

Written for Rumpelstiltskin's Original Fiction Challenge

 

Although she was one of the Seven Factors with the ability to interact with the Hidden World, Gobnait McCann never expected to do more than marry and bare children. All that would change one night in October of 1871 when a disaster, a dragon, and a stranger call her to duty in what could only be termed a baptism by fire.


end of the world, after all by crestwood

Rated: Mature Audiences • 10 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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On a world soon to collapse, there is a party.


A Harper by StarFeather

Rated: Mature Audiences • 3 Reviews
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This story was written for the forum House Cup 2019 Collab, round 2.

I owe wonderful beta to Barbara.


We, Lawbreaking Citizens by Rumpelstiltskin

Rated: Mature Audiences • 36 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Past Featured Story
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BEAUTIFUL banner by beyond the rain @TDA and @HPFT

The War revealed many truths about humankind...the most important of those truths is that all humans are innately inclined to violence and chaos. We are hosts to an entire horde of plaguing ailments like jealousy and greed and we lack the physical and emotional capabilities to cope with such diseases. That is how the War started. That is how the world ended. That is why there is a grand nothingness on the Outside, beyond the walls of the Sovereignty.

 

My name is Cyril Bernard and I play a highly important role in maintaining the peace and overall wellbeing of our wonderfully prospering society (despite what that Mark Van said because what does that peacebreaker know anyway).

 

Second Place in scooterbug8515's Anything But Harry Challenge

October 2018 Featured Fic

 


Something Old, Something New by MalfoysAngel

Rated: Teen Audiences • 1 Reviews
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Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue...

 

For the Hufflepuff Drabble Tag

 


for those who believe in most things by crestwood

Rated: Mature Audiences • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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One day the world stopped being how it used to be. Communication, time, memory--it’s all playing by new rules. But people are still people; people are still living. 


Stormy Night by juls

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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Finding hope in the face of despair.


The Brink by TreacleTart, Pixileanin

Rated: Teen Audiences • 2 Reviews
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Written for The Great Collab of 2018-2019

 

"Hey, I'm back from the Brink!" Fabian called out to the empty house as if anyone cared where he went or when he'd be back.  Never mind that, because he had a plan.


Into The Undertow by TreacleTart, Pixileanin

Rated: All Audiences • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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Written for The Great Collab of 2018-2019! 

 

When Becca is offered a job at Hargraves Industries, she feels like it'll be a turning point in her life. Little does she know just how far she'll go to reach her dreams.


Collection of poems by shadowkat678

Rated: Mature Audiences • 12 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
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Just my collection of poems I decided to put in one place rather than upload on their own. :)

Thank you Starfeather for the banner!

 


Back from the Rink by potionspartner

Rated: Teen Audiences • 1 Reviews
Summary:

Aurik's mom bought her first smartphone and is learning how to text. Will her teenage son survive his mother's first steps into the 21st century?

 

For the Great Collab 2019, Round 2: Back from the Brink


Hearth by LunaStellaCat

Rated: Mature Audiences • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: The editor of a newspaper has things to say after his death.

For MadiMalfoy's '"Broadway Musical Song Challenge" and Rumpelstiltskin's "Original Fiction" Challenge