Natalia

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StoryCrimson Tear Bryan Skylar511 years 9 months ago
Forum topicStories geared towards a younger audience. Bryan Skylar311 years 9 months ago
StoryLook at Me Natalia211 years 9 months ago
Story'Purple Haze' Silver Spun Sand1511 years 9 months ago
StoryThe beginnings of travelling.... abigail-mobbs211 years 9 months ago
StoryLoneliness Donalvin5211 years 9 months ago
Forum topicCompletely off the topic of writing Linda1x4x3311 years 9 months ago
Forum topicCherry Gripe Sooz0061311 years 10 months ago
StoryDead Society acetesfaye311 years 10 months ago
StoryDisapear writing_is_life311 years 10 months ago
Forum topicChange Of Plans msvynyl611 years 10 months ago
StoryThe Dancer Natalia211 years 10 months ago
StoryThe Newcomer Natalia411 years 10 months ago
StorySpecial features of the Hindu Philosophy pkroutray211 years 10 months ago
Forum topicOlympics Daniel Saint-John711 years 10 months ago
StoryAutumn Time lady_luck311 years 10 months ago
Forum topicLinda1*4*3's brave account of childhood trauma blighters rock611 years 10 months ago

My stories

The Memories

You glistened like sunlight You shone like the sun Your eyes were like water I knew you so fine You would touch me Me hand, my hair- And I would shiver At your fingertips

The Angel of Liberty

The day of the flight She soared into the clutches Of the sky- Her heart beating hard Saved by the one Who wanted her Would she have known? I wonder With grace-

Chapter Four- The Punchline

The car ride home occurred in pin drop silence. Our parents in the front, expressionless. Saawan in the middle back seat, biting his nails.

The White Dove

Did I tell you when The bird entered my heart And whispered to my senses While it soothed my soul It sang to me In tones so sweet And so heart breaking I wanted to comfort it

Chapter Three- The Emergency

I cannot remember how long I stood there by Saawan’s bed, shouting his name, then my mother’s, then Pavni’s, but I do know it was quite a while before I realised that Ma had left the house.

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