Short Stories featuring Fruit

Here are the top short stories, fanfiction, poetry, and posts about Fruit on Commaful, including topics like "ramadan", "family", and more. Click here to sign up for more stories about Fruit.

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moonfeast

A poem about Ramadan preparations, (Islamic holy month), which I wrote based off of my family! XD Thank you for reading! <3

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sstar2000
sstar2000 Gifted Writer Write like no one's watching...no one is

Squeeze More

WARNING DARK! So I googled poem types and I came upon a type called Cinquains which is actually similar to a haiku.... so I decided to give it a shot!!!! This is an American Classic Cinquain that onl...

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

The Gift From Gaia

Prove them wrong 💗

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pomegranate summer

Fruits like pomegranates and cherries remind me of my childhood and growing up, so here's a poem about growing up and learning from the past. Thank you for reading <3

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cherry stems

A poem for @poetrybattles first round, which is to write about a childhood story. About my aunt who could never have kids but having too much love to spare. Thank you for reading! <3

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sassmyass1
sassmyass1 Commaful Star Royalty of Commaful

Photographs

Picture me through your screen as I spill all your tea

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stadarooni
stadarooni Commaful Star Empathy is the human superpower.

Yellowjacket

A summertime piece! Enjoy!

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bettyv
bettyv Gifted Writer Anything Might Happen

What am I?

Seeing life from another point of view.

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sugar_cupcake
sugar_cupcake Power Reader 10,062 ways that won't work

F r u i t ' s C o a t

Heya, here's a shorty for today's prompt. And careful with the coats you want to remove. (You got what I mean)

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narcoswing
narcoswing Gifted Writer none of your roses in my garden

Cherry Dream

What's the cost of playing God?

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narcoswing
narcoswing Gifted Writer none of your roses in my garden

Serendipity

I feel every movement like a vhs on repeat

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72gjb
72gjb Gifted Writer Find your Voice and share your writing

Forbade the fruits of the concubine

Concubine is metaphor for sin. When sins follow and haunt until you can be forgiven. Additional meaning of the poem can be found in comments. I will post The Water Runs on Tuesday.

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sueb
sueb Bronze Comma Writer of poetry and multi-genres

Fizzier

fun rhyming poem

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dahreejayne
dahreejayne Writes thoughts for comfort

Being an outstanding student? Not-so-great.

Achievers are treated as if they're better than the rest. Here's one side of the story. (A/N): Don't worry, I'm not experiencing this anymore.

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asteri
asteri Gifted Writer For ''those'' days.

Take a risk, or don't.

Only we can know for sure, whether it's wise to take a risk or not.

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alexandernope
alexandernope Gifted Writer Carpe Vinum

Reach Not For Man's Approval

Just a quick rhyme on not doing something simply for the approval of others.

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esperanza079
esperanza079 A wannabe poet and tortured artist

Comedy & Tragedy

6/12/16 based on a dream

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mjkemp91
mjkemp91 Gifted Writer I like to create and inspire.

Cliffhanger.

And I will be the first in line to take a bite from your peach.

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stevewaldrop
stevewaldrop Commaful Star We're all stories in the end...

Always Strawberries

Aromas of summer love.

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capricollins
capricollins Community member

The Mandarin Tree

A free-verse poem for seasonal depression

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