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Panic Button by aeroplanets
Panic Buttonby Scar
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Arcane (KHR / Katekyo Hitman Reborn Fanfic) by Awesome_Day_Dreamer
Arcane (KHR / Katekyo Hitman Rebor...by Escapist
A boy who gained knowledge he wasn't supposed to have. Kazuha Jun lived with the fact that he has memories not of his own. It were memories he undeniably relied on, and...
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short stories with tragic endings by nickloft
short stories with tragic endingsby nickloft
a collection of short stories from previous English classes. enjoy - or don't
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Paradise Made by MapleCFreter
Paradise Madeby Maple C Freter
If heaven lay in blissful ignorance would you live in Hell? It's the end of the world, or at least that's what the strange protesters in the Sumar University quad are cl...
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pears for breakfast by timespieces
pears for breakfastby rhia
i drink too much coffee and think of you often ___________________________________________ a poetry anthology written in fruit juice and cheap ink ...
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bare-bones by timespieces
bare-bonesby rhia
i wasn't born to be a skeleton ___________________________________________ a poetry book dedicated to every cell in your body @timespieces Copyright 2017
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Future Haikus, Future Poem by jimrileyenlight
Future Haikus, Future Poemby Jim Riley
I write this in anticipation and warning of our dire future. Highest ranks to date: #1 in Meaning of Life, #1 in Absurdity, #2 in Haikus, #2 in Existentialism, #3 in En...
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Just My Poems by SamLutAng
Just My Poemsby SamLutAng
My poem bank, my deepest thoughts.
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ᄂ Sempiternal afternoon - poetry by Shira_Baudelaire
ᄂ Sempiternal afternoon - poetryby
Depression feels eternal, like a gray winter garden, and all the dust of the world rains... over the sempiternal afternoon.
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The Second Sex by TentacleTherapist_23
The Second Sexby Rose Theramine
(French: Le Deuxième Sexe) is a 1949 book by the French existentialist Simone de Beauvoir, in which the author discusses the treatment of women throughout history. Beauv...
Ponder by tarynhein
Ponderby tarynhein
my mind likes to wander to the darkest corners it can reach
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existentialism | poems by mccnbear
existentialism | poemsby 𝕞𝕒𝕩 ♂
[SPORADIC UPDATES] . maybe my heart is with the stars
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10 stories:  a collection of short stories by dgdgdgdgdgdgfg
10 stories: a collection of short...by dgdgdgdgdgdgfg
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[ R E A C H ] by Happy_Flower_Prince
[ R E A C H ]by Erebus
A compilation of poems from me, a boy with a fragile psyche, and an even more fragile sense of reality. These are my view, my perception of reality. Topics range from an...
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s  p  e  e  c  h  l  e  s  s by HikariItsukerui
s p e e c h l e s sby ok buddy
where my unspoken thoughts are written and typed out instead, for everyone to see. [ cover and artwork by me ]
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Half Painted Pink Nails by IpshitBhattacharya
Half Painted Pink Nailsby Ipshit Bhattacharya
'HALF PAINTED PINK NAILS' is the story of a man who discovers himself by falling in love but destiny had other plans. At times, the riddles inside our mind get amplifie...
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Adalith, World of Possibility - Myths by clemcheycreations
Adalith, World of Possibility - My...by rain g.
What is Humanity but emotion, expression, and exclamation? What is Divinity but creation, passion, and destruction? What is Infinity but the backdrop of the universe? I...
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Bareback by JesterFlows
Barebackby JesterFlows
Some tales are hard to tell. Amidst the gradual collapse of civilization brought on by a sweeping plague, two souls struggle to overcome personal tragedy. This is an old...
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DROWN by sarcastimistically
DROWNby elise
Sometimes i feel like drowning myself. What is drowning? Submerging one self in water to the point of death, or dying due to the inhalation of water. i love to feel t...
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One Truth by DeeTokks
One Truthby Dee Tokks
It seems as if the only indubitable truth of this existence (after existence itself is assumed) is that it will end.
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