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StoryHow do you forgive a parent? ladybell281 week 16 hours ago
StoryDear daydream, ladybell01 month 2 weeks ago
StoryNot enough ladybell02 months 2 weeks ago
StorySky gods ladybell52 months 2 weeks ago
StorySometimes... ladybell12 months 2 weeks ago
StoryCasual conversations ladybell15 months 2 weeks ago
StoryFriendships in college ladybell510 months 2 weeks ago
StoryThe moon’s lost stars ladybell110 months 3 weeks ago
StoryLola’s Fantastic Adventures and Dreams (Part 2) ladybell111 months 1 week ago
StoryLola's Fantastic Adventures and Dreams ladybell211 months 1 week ago
StoryAn ode to my 20-year old self ladybell012 months 3 days ago
StoryLeave-taking ladybell11 year 4 days ago
StoryThe Watchman ladybell01 year 4 months ago
Storyon growing old ladybell11 year 9 months ago
Storythe look she gave ladybell11 year 9 months ago
StoryLuckless nights ladybell22 years 2 months ago
StoryBabur ladybell12 years 6 months ago
Storymusings ladybell12 years 6 months ago
Storysongs ladybell02 years 9 months ago
Storynew age ladybell32 years 10 months ago
Storyunsent letter to my father ladybell02 years 10 months ago
StoryMy Mother And I Agree On Something airyfairy183 years 6 months ago
Storya poem for my first love's death ladybell03 years 6 months ago
Storymusings ladybell13 years 6 months ago
StoryTabitha's Garden ladybell43 years 9 months ago

My stories


new age

i miss the moonlight on my faded skin now, only screenlights illumunate them the cold touch of my window sill, the sweet waves of provincial air...

a poem for my first love's death

in an unsuspecting instant the living can depart pain-the uninvited guest will settle in the caverns of our tender heart meanwhile death competes...


little girl in a sunday dress the sunshine mingles on your face those marble eyes that know not distress sparkle like frills of golden lace youth's...

Tabitha's Garden

Just when daybreak barely flickers, two pearls already shine. a silent pause, a breath of the tepid air on the low wooden steps, she'd recline...