Short Stories featuring Identity

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

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dishwater would have been easier to swallow

A poem about recent events in America, identity and racism. Thank you for reading and be sure to check out the links in the comments! <3

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ryaaa3
ryaaa3 Commaful Star IG: _aestheticwrites_

Identity

Any thoughts?

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a thousand more

A poem about the mark we leave on the world when we're gone and about legacies. Thank you for reading :) <3

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sugar_cupcake
sugar_cupcake Silver Comma Found 10,025 ways that may work?

P l a n s

Attempt for the contest. Overall, I went through plans each time which didn't work and in the end, I concluded what works for me.

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north of the border

"Open me up like an atlas" A poem about identity, comfort and pride. Thank you for reading! <3

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growing pains

A veryyy short poem on the rebirth of identity. <3

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ioanamoldovan2
ioanamoldovan2 Gifted Writer chaotic mind / raging soul

black mirror

when you look in the mirror and somebody else is there too

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ioanamoldovan2
ioanamoldovan2 Gifted Writer chaotic mind / raging soul

Transmuting existential sadness

my own version of exquisite darkness which lies within my soul - with visuals. By: Ioana Moldovan

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stadarooni
stadarooni Commaful Star Empathy is the human superpower.

We Are Infinite

What does infinity feel like?

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narcoswing
narcoswing Gifted Writer Community member

Simple, early memories

I want the clock's hand in a spiderweb

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cuculater
cuculater Gifted Writer My not-so- secret pastime :)

Master Warner's knife

A jealous knife in Master Warner's pantry.

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stadarooni Commaful Star Empathy is the human superpower.

Do Human Calculators Have Names? (Part 2)

Can names be chosen?

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ziolableu
ziolableu I aspire to be so much more than I am.

Flirting With Death

Written By: Treaver Hoerig An Original Piece From My Collection of Symbolism Works. Find More Here Of My Work Here: http://www.treaverhoerig.com/blog/collection-of-symbolism/ Source: http://www.treav...

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falling_angel
falling_angel Silver Comma I Don't Know

How is it that the problem inst realizing the solution?

Sorry I haven't posted in awhile. I needed to find a passion to write about

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ioanamoldovan2
ioanamoldovan2 Gifted Writer chaotic mind / raging soul

MADE the DARKNESS T R E M B L E

it does not require a specific description By: Ioana Moldovan

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parislouise
parislouise Gifted Writer love to write🕊 IG: @pariss.louise

Yourself.

you hold the key...

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wearebeloved
wearebeloved Gifted Writer https://medium.com/@breannalowman

Light Runs Deeper ...

A little light and love for those of us who think we deserve punishment or who tend to punish ourselves or others.

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freedom flag

This is a poem I wrote long ago. Like, loooong. I'm not sure as to whether I like it or not, but it fit with today's prompt. ^^ It's about freedom of identity. Thank you for reading :) <3

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neutralfleur
neutralfleur Gifted Writer bravery in being

outrage

*trigger warning: brief mention of r*pe

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dosa
dosa Gifted Writer story weaver

Questions you can't answer

A poem for all the TCKs out there.

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