Short Stories featuring American

Here are the top short stories, fanfiction, poetry, and posts about American on Commaful, including topics like "justice", "black lives matter", and more. Click here to sign up for more stories about American.

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sassmyass1
sassmyass1 Commaful Star Royalty of Commaful

Walk in the park

He just wanted to breathe.....

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Simple, early memories

I want the clock's hand in a spiderweb

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sy
sy Commaful Star Hgnf Dobble Bla!

'The Road Not Taken', Discuss.

Thoughts on one of Frost's most famous works, but by no means by favourite

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RUSH

Let yourself go

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luneanjuna
luneanjuna Gifted Writer I’m dancing with a Capulet ☠️

The Blanket

A sick Navajo Brave is taken in by Settlers.

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iowamamaof3
iowamamaof3 Verified I just like to write...is that so wrong?

Farmers...

I do appreciate the american farmer

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taliabasma
taliabasma Community member

The Tale of a Black Rapunzel

If Rapunzel had an afro, how would the story go?

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vs Bronze Comma we are the champions, my friends

I am a Chai Tea Latte

My take on being brown (specifically, Indian) and growing up in America.

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bts4life
bts4life Gifted Writer YOU KNOW HOW WE DO IT

korean tv debut


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vanitysmurf
vanitysmurf Power Reader 11year-old weirdo poet

Holding Hearts

A poem based on "A midsummer night's dream" by Shakespeare. After a notorious fairy called Puck accidentally makes Lysander fall in love with Helena,Hermia tries to win her love back.

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mjkemp91
mjkemp91 Gifted Writer I like to create and inspire.

Americana.

Fun little tale of nostalgia and growing up, through the lens of pop culture references.

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emmajule
emmajule Community member

American Princess

A poem about broken beauty standards in America.

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