Short Stories featuring Deserted

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synthaspide
synthaspide Commaful Star A free bird in this cruel world.

No Home

We're driving on this long, deserted road No signs of life anywhere nearby

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bethanyparker
bethanyparker Bronze Comma Community member

the plant

is being different enough?

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hemalatha_g
hemalatha_g Bronze Comma A 15-year-old aesthetic girl

//Will I ever get a shelter?

//Will I ever get a shelter? Have a look!

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poetics
poetics Gifted Writer I love reading poems

On a deserted beach


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xoshadow
xoshadow ♡ Girl ♡ 14 year old ♡ Denmark ♡

My Name

NOT MY POEM** http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/addicted-to-cutting-my-name

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felonious
felonious incrediblesubstantial.tumblr.com

I hate you, I love you

Like, comment, follow. Ever lost someone?

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vitavirginia
vitavirginia Gifted Writer Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf

30 August, 1927


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bobbywolf24
bobbywolf24 Community member

The Warm Breeze

it's dark... very dark... cold.. lonely.. silent.. but loud... what is it..?

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ackled
ackled you in the back mind

On a deserted beach


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vitavirginia
vitavirginia Gifted Writer Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf

30 August, 1927


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fachur85
fachur85 I'm one of those people

On a deserted beach


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poetics
poetics Gifted Writer I love reading poems

On a deserted beach


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doill2001
doill2001 •Savage| Season•

On a deserted beach


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vitavirginia
vitavirginia Gifted Writer Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf

30 August, 1927


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