Short Stories featuring Unite

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

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kaylynn
kaylynn Commaful Star Awkward writer girl

His Only Sunshine

The glimmer of two uniting souls.

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maddie_hatter
maddie_hatter Gifted Writer As lost as Alice, as mad as the hatter

𝐀 𝐒𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐥𝐝𝐞𝐫 𝐓𝐨 𝐋𝐞𝐚𝐧 𝐎𝐧

Dedicated to @violette for the loss of her grandfather and to @themiddlechild @gachaquotes @itz_foxxyy and any other victim of the recent unfair harassment: a poem to express my closeness to you in t...

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paperdoll
paperdoll Gifted Writer You and I both

Say Something


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tylersimpkinsss
tylersimpkinsss Silver Comma i’m back!!🤠

I Have A Dream

This is my version of "I Have A Dream". Happy MLKJ Day!

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blastimus
blastimus Gifted Writer but they since rose, and won the day.

Crimson

This concludes the color saga, thanks everyone for your attention.

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sunkenpoetry
sunkenpoetry Community member

bed of roses

a short poem about todays prompt; pleasure

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ivoryannalise
ivoryannalise Commabassador Afraid to fall but not land.

A Writing Fundraiser?!?

Hello, Wonderful Comma Users! So, I have something to ask you.

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cattemba
cattemba Community member

The Eye of Judgement

A short poem I wrote about popularity hierarchy based on race.

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paul3pt0
paul3pt0 I just write what pops in my head

The Middle

We live in a time Where the truth does not matter

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luse1990
luse1990 Be your own kind of beautiful

They say Jason Kenney is keen


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francis_bede
francis_bede Gifted Writer Author of Bad Clergy and other poetics.

The Misogynist Theocracy of Talibanistan can at best unite believers and atheists alike.

A thought from a lunchtime philosopher.

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