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Outside the Walls

Outside the Walls by Melodie Yvonne Ramey (Originally written for Creative Writing at JCHS in October 1993) As I walk out my door, I feel the same as any other time.  I know… Continue reading

Run Away Home

Run Away Home by Melodie Yvonne Ramey (Originally written for Creative Writing at JCHS in October 1993) I feel so trapped. My small light floods the entire room with brightness. There are no… Continue reading

Stumbling Up The Mountain

Stumbling Up The Mountain by Melodie Yvonne Ramey I find it amazing how some people can affect us in such fundamental ways in the blink of an eye, while others can be in… Continue reading

The Bite

The Bite – Written by Alexander X. Laymen The silver shackles that held me to the wall burned deep into my skin causing me to scream in agony. There was someone watching, examining my… Continue reading

Photographic Malady

Photographic Malady by Melodie Yvonne Ramey The length of three songs. It’s like a heartbeat in time, but it passes in slow motion. The band charges onto the stage, and begins to gain… Continue reading

Created in Darkness

Created in Darkness – Written by Alexander X. Laymen There once was a girl that sat in darkness, listening to the world around her form, crack and crumble. In the beginning, her eyes… Continue reading

Succubus

Succubus – Written by Alexander X. Laymen I started with my regular routine of flirtation followed by kisses up and down his neck. It was easy enough, getting him to stick his hands down… Continue reading

The Revenant – Extended Edition

The Revenant (extended edition) – Written by Alexander X. Laymen Deep within the far reaches of my mind played a tune that kept me happy for as long as I could remember, quite… Continue reading

The Seven Sins Personified: Wrath

The Seven Sins Personified: Wrath – Written by Alexander X. Laymen The torment came with extreme agony, and every sliver peeled from my body brought high-pitched screams to the surface. Those screams were… Continue reading

The Seven Sins Personified: Sloth

The Seven Sins Personified: Sloth – Written by Alexander X. Laymen It all started with the day I stopped going to work. Bills piled up reminding me of the debt I had accumulated.… Continue reading

The Seven Sins Personified: Envy

The Seven Sins Personified: Envy – Written by Alexander X. Laymen The dress of my dreams stood in front of me, dressing another woman, sparkling as she made the slightest movement. I could… Continue reading

The Seven Sins Personified: Pride

The Seven Sins Personified: Pride – Written by Alexander X. Laymen I was always the one to take up the challenge, defend the clan, claim the victory, and keep my pride. Nothing was… Continue reading

The Revenant

The Revenant – Written by Alexander X. Laymen The vicious cycle of torment and despair had me locked away, trapped inside my own four walls. I held it in for as long as… Continue reading

The Seven Sins Personified: Lust

  The Seven Sins Personified: Lust – Written by Alexander X. Laymen On all fours, I crawled across the marble flooring wincing each time the whip slashed my rear nearly bringing me to… Continue reading

The Seven Sins Personified: Greed

The Seven Sins Personified: Greed – Written by Alexander X. Laymen When it comes down to owning something, it is my business, and my business is none of your business. There is a… Continue reading

The Seven Sins Personified: Gluttony

The Seven Sins Personified: Gluttony – Written by Alexander X. Laymen The delectable morsel quickly slipped down my gullet, as I gulped down my goblet of wine, flushing my taste buds with a… Continue reading

Alexander X. Laymen Joins Forces With melodieyvonne.com!

Alexander X. Laymen is an author of erotica and horror fiction, and is now one of the newest contributors and driving forces at melodieyvonne.com. About Alexander Alexander Xavier Laymen was having troubling dreams… Continue reading

It’s Never Too Late To Teach An Old Human New Tricks: Learning Through Loss

Article, photos, & videos by Melodie Yvonne Ramey It’s Never Too Late To Teach An Old Human New Tricks: Learning Through Loss  I lost my dog the other day. Well, I didn’t lose… Continue reading