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StoryHappy Ever After - A Fairy Tale Adventure Ewan106 years 11 months ago
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StoryChanges Hades502126 years 11 months ago
StoryThe Letter jolono316 years 11 months ago
StorySuri Baphomae36 years 11 months ago
StoryOne More Summer threeleafshamrock46 years 11 months ago
StoryOrbit Siouxsie66 years 11 months ago
StoryFaith apart Highhat316 years 11 months ago
StoryTime we all live by Beeme186 years 11 months ago
StoryBorders Beeme66 years 11 months ago
StoryThe Retreat MistakenMagic156 years 11 months ago
StoryTrials and Tribulations IP Highhat306 years 11 months ago
StoryFour reasons to fear love lavadis126 years 11 months ago
Storysticky stars emilykevil66 years 11 months ago
StoryCharlotte, you weren't fat and ginger... MS286 years 12 months ago
StoryThe recipe for making bees lavadis56 years 12 months ago
StoryYou need to know about the poor little devil Highhat346 years 12 months ago
StoryOnitsuka Tigers and Duck F**king Outside The Cafe Rouge fatboy74506 years 12 months ago
StoryInfinite sky ScoZen136 years 12 months ago
StorySo I sat down Parson Thru106 years 12 months ago
StoryYou are killing our fish lavadis77 years 11 hours ago
StoryThe Only Way Is Essex ralph97 years 1 day ago
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StoryStanley Klepp deceased (3) Simon Barget67 years 2 days ago
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My stories


My name is Destroy

the saloon bar was a seething caldron of contorted proboscis and antennae
Gold cherry

One Direction

the taste reminds me of my music teacher's endless, porcelain fingers

Four reasons to fear love

buried up to my neck in the husks of a billion taciturn stares

The recipe for making bees

She wore an Alcatraz orange skirt sullied grey by predators

You are killing our fish

stolen the teal petals of air with which they gilded their lair and plunged them in to beer brown stillness