Your daddy's eyes by Sheepyblue ‘You know what you’ve got kid?’ 'What?' Angelo called. 'You've got your daddy's eyes.'
Bruises on the uneaten apple by Sheepyblue 'He was a horrid man,' she said 'a horrid, horrid man.'
Too big for dreaming. by Sheepyblue Just some personal poetry, because theoretically it's all fine.
Who listens? by Sheepyblue A holiday, an abandoned house and a boy who can't quite connect. A short story
Lights across the harbour by Sheepyblue ‘You’re a child.’ ‘A clever one though.’ A character piece for fun
The things which aren't there by Sheepyblue Nobody misses them, do they? A piece of flash fiction for the prompt beach.
On Tonight's Programme by Sheepyblue This was my entry for the Tower Poetry competition, the prompt being News
These trials don't prepare the air for love by Sheepyblue This is a short extract from my novella 'Grenade Hearts'
No, we can't go back by Sheepyblue Writing prompt: Write about a character trying to find their way home. Is it really what you want? - An Adrian Story
Tangled Normalcy by Sheepyblue Chapter one of a story I may or not continue. Set in American during the 1930s, inspired by Of Mice and Men
Give Me A Shot At The Night by Sheepyblue 'Seriously, stop working. Come on, let’s talk about what it would be like if the world was square' - A Joni and Adrian story
The Painted Planet: Prologue by Sheepyblue ‘And they all lived happily ever after!’ Prologue to a novel, I'm starting work on
Junk Mail by Sheepyblue Some things are hard to adjust to. Some times it's difficult to accept something is yours.
An A* to Zee Guide to Success by Sheepyblue 'Ignite your engines parked cars, let's watch overpopulation and poverty slosh away like excess bath water'. An article
Glittering Stars by Sheepyblue Remember, not all that sparkles is gold - it's probably just tacky glitter. An attempt at an article/non fiction
By the Pool by Sheepyblue 'Wonderful creations, cobwebs. They provide food for one and keep me off the streets.’ For the RW challenge, ~a (Victorian) Adrian story.
The White Room by Sheepyblue Set in a Utopian future. A faulty child is brought to the Rown house to get a second chance, as after all, a negative will become positive.
Grenade Hearts: part one by Sheepyblue A diary based story on the relationship between two quite different people. ‘We’re wronging our sides, But righting our battle wounds.'
Quiet Blue Mornings by Sheepyblue Just a piece inspired by a place. 'All night the windows watched the waves and the ferries roll in and out...'
Enemy Territory by Sheepyblue Adrenalin pumps through veins like an exploding coke bottle. I stay low and dark; part of the night.A poem to go with a story I'm working on
Grenade Hearts by Sheepyblue Draw back, clasp gun, peek in the moonlight.Tanned skin, wild hair, grenade, trademark grin. It's what war does to you
Revolution in the Antiques Market by Sheepyblue He was dreaming of paper, ink and pens and marks which couldn’t be erased... and his father warned him he'd end up with psychiatrics
Clingfilm by Sheepyblue Diamonds are forever... until they chip. A poem. Companion piece to 'The Wife' but you don't need to read that first
Dress and Boots by Sheepyblue Just a quick little character sketch. Somewhat related to the 'Adrian stories'
What we'll never do... by Sheepyblue People are probably thinking it’s some student/teacher relationship, with the way she’s acting..... An Adrian story
Vegas? by Sheepyblue Friendships are difficult affairs, and make for some very interesting ear-wigging. A Jaz and Ara story.
Bang bang you're dead. by Zoe Butler The climax of my novel, "SNOB". Norman goes on a shooting spree.
World Water Week by Moa Rider Awareness is supposed to cause changes, but most are unaware or choose not to be.
The Romans Road by Pevensies An English sonnet on faith and freedom in the book of Romans. Their faith was "spoken of throughout the whole world."
Astral Projective Syndrome by Kourtney An unknown disease takes hold of a young student full of potential. He spends years searching for answers.
Life On Planet Earth — (Update) by Author Aamir Cocoon, a short fiction across between 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY & GRAVITY.
Val Tell Me a Story No.42: The Scooter Gang by Valerie_Willis Sometimes things happen on a family vacation that cannot be forgotten nor unseen...
Why History Is Beautiful Compared To The Modern World by melissaholden94 The 20th and 21st century has created some life-changing inventions, we will never be able to compete with our world history and culture.
Celestiel's Secret by Kerrin J D Tarr The three celestial bodies we've learned so much about, may be keeping one of the greatest secrets in the universe . . .
Why Do We Trust Certain Artists' Opinions Over Others? by Thomas Willett Is it because they do better work, or just really eccentric?
A DIFFICULT CONVERSATION by Marianne Burgess A poem about a phone call between a hard of hearing Dad and his frustrated Daughter!
Rick buys a truck and hires Big Steve by Duncan Swallow Just what it says. Rick buys a truck and hires Big Steve
Two Rings and the Pi of Marriage by Guy Poem about someone reflection on the end of marriage as unity
Over Cups of Sulaimani by Priya Prithviraj His world had been pretty empty and uneventful until one day she walked into his house, with a cat.
The Jolly Helicopter by Zoe Butler A little bit of nonsense. A fragment. If people like it I might write more.
The Rosie Project by Rosie Marie Drabble Warning : Spoilers inside: The Rosie Project, written by Graeme Simsion.
Democratic Nations Are Not Perfect by niko.auer.5 Democratic countries can be violent, bloody and ethically questionable, we must not forget this because they are not perfect.
So why did we not know this? Feminism • by clyph.leftwich It would have made things much easier.