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By Philip Roberts
Lies are told every day now by politicians in so-called democratic country. Politicians who believe it is their right to lie to their bosses (the voters!)!
A poem intended to talk about the downtrodden, the disillusioned and the disheartened in Our Modern Generation.
By Philip Roberts
Political poem about Kevin Rudd
By Arid Land Kate
I'm sorry if people find this deppresing, but this is the issue that disgusts me most.
Poetry | Updated May 10, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
By Hamlets Daughter
We were asked to base a story on Wordsworth's
By Jonathan Mcquillan
This is my attempt at Dickens. Which should make an interesting read since I have never completed reading a Dickens Novel to my utter shame.
But yes, read and enjoy, leave a comment as well and let me know what you all think, especially if you hate it! :)
However if if it gets enough likes I may...
By Praveen Gola
As the festival of Hindus are celebrated with great pomp and show but the reality behind them is very tragic if one goes to know.
Poetry | Updated Nov 18, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Joel Peters
A short poem about the working person.
By Building Block Alchemist
A genuine thought I had, I believe it to be a particular grey area. A minute of your time would be an honour of mine
Miscellaneous | Updated Oct 29, 2012 | Reads: 31 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Juliet suddenly goes into labour in the back of her husband's work van! Luckily Brett her husband is there to deliver their daughter. But something goes horribly wrong. Read to unvail the panic and desperation of a husband whose loosing his wife. I'm not very good at summaries as you may have...
By Jim Crooks
'Where there's a Will, there's a way' is a biographical, fact based account written in novel format of the remarkable life story of Labour MP, social reformer and working class hero, Will Crooks. As a child, Crooks was sent to a Victorian Workhouse when his family were plunged into poverty in...
Jezebel belongs to the higher class of the industrial revolutionary time, but that isn't what Edmund thinks when they first meet in the slums. Their forbidden relationship flourishes, though they are both hiding secrets of their true lives. But their relationship is tested when the shock of a...
A truthful opinion about a 13 year british life of the new labour years from a dedicated passionate member.
mental physical well being stress health twelve years dead or maybe a lifetime
This poem 'Say "No" to Child Labour' is about the ilegal crime of making children work in a delicate and beautiful manner.
Poetry | Updated Jul 16, 2011 | Reads: 168 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0