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NOTHING
otteri selvakumar NOTHING

Micro Stories

  • Short Story
  • English
  • 1889 Words
  • Ages 6 and up
  • 164
  • 0
simple stories about life way  micro stories here so many meaningful and thoughtful today the page  like about 10 [more]

Keywords: Short Stories, Micro Stories, Stories, life, nothing, Maths, Bite, god, guru, student, Teaching, Teacher

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Nothing Thoughts, Nothing Stories
Gab Follin Nothing Thoughts, Nothing Stories
  • Language & Literature
  • English
  • 2884 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 129
  • 1
Mini stories, mini quotes, mini thoughts.  Feelings, emotions, words. It's an easy way to present your feelings and these emotions [more]

Keywords: Thoughts, Mini stories, Mini quotes, Mini thoughts, Nothing, Quotes, Stories, Nothingness, Non important, Nothing Special

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Nothing
BR Raksun Nothing

Either way, it doesn’t matter!

  • Romance
  • English
  • 2061 Words
  • Ages 16 and up
  • 74
  • 0
Nothing is forever. Everything is as temporary as the life we are leading. As past is not forever [more]

Keywords: Robert Betsy, Bar Park

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Nothing Shocking
Me :) Nothing Shocking

#Sixteen&Pregnant

  • Romance
  • English
  • 1715 Words
  • Ages 10 and up
  • 499
  • 4
Nothing shocking here... it's been said and done before. My name is Kiara Graves and I am sixteen [more]

Keywords: sixteen, sex, high school, sixteen and pregnant, boyfriend, girlfriend, 16 and pregnant, nothing shocking, sixteen & pregnant, romance, drama, love, family, relationships

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Nothing is Forever 3
Elena Brendel Nothing is Forever 3
  • Romance
  • German
  • 204 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 53
  • 0
Einige Wörter ergeben eine Geschichte Eine Geschichte ruft Gefühle hervor,die aus dem Herzen kommen Ein Herz sucht sein Lebenlang nach einem anderen Und benutzt [more]

Keywords: Nothing is Forever

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Groups (14)


Working Out The Kinks
Working Out The Kinks
  • 2 Members
Just a little group to help myself work things out with all of my books and stuff. Yup, yup. Nothing too exciting...
Zombie Apocalypse Support Team
Zombie Apocalypse Support Team
  • 24 Members
This group is made for fun, we can share stories (Books) or role play. Just nothing other than zombie/lurkers/crawlers/walkers/all of the above.
CHATA SEC
CHATA SEC
  • 7 Members
In this group you can chat all you want about anything...even if you need advice! SO come and join us in laughter jokes and fun! No matter what you have to say nothing is judged in this group.....
Essential Sex Love and Romance
Essential Sex Love and Romance
  • 17 Members
This group is for members who would like to tell love stories , sex stories and MORE!!!! Come and join us and lets discuss your fantasy or reality ..... NOTHING BUT ADULTS Sharing there deepest and darkest erotic stories. SO JOIN TODAY YOU WANNA MISS THIS ... I PROMISE YOU THAT !!!
The Beats We Beat Down To
The Beats We Beat Down To
  • 12 Members
We all like music. It helps us get in the mode or the mood, depending on the event. But I like nothing more than a great playlist to help my writing move along. It's difficult at times, though, to piece together a good one. Post your favorite artists, songs, albums, genres, anything and everything that you use to take your writing skills over the top.

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