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Society sometimes tends to overreact to the innocence of need.
By Jb Malone
Trying my hand at novel writing, its just a start... Please let me know what you think, pointers and what not
Its basically about how this corrupt world is been portrayed to me and how I see it through my eyes.
By Rache Blue
Perception of the past then and now. Sometimes we remember moments in our lives that translate differently as we gain wisdom. The enlightenment brings forth an awakening which was always there within our grasp.
Beaux having decided that he has failed and hit rock bottom decides that enough is enough. He boards a train heading out of Detroit to wherever it'll take him. While waiting for the train to leave, he meets a little girl named Christina who challenges his current circumstance and makes him begin...
By Annette Francis
Modern man's perception of ambition is a pitiful concept. I scorn on those whose ambition is a career.
A short non-informative poem about perception with a hint of comedy but intended. Includes higher level vocabulary and a single French word.
Poetry | Updated Oct 13, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By The Bronc Writer
A personal reflection on how I feel about the City of Rockford, what I see, and a commentary on my pessimistic/realist view.
Poetry | Updated Sep 13, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By The Bronc Writer
My return to trying to write.
What exactly is holding back a woman from asking a men out?!
Often do I ponder on the idea of reality and the question of existence.
Are we simply figments and is reality only a perception known by its owner?
Here sits the queen of the vastest kingdom in all four nations. Still reeling from her parents untimely death, queen Margaret ,the first of her name, indulges the cold harsh reality of what it means to rule. Under threat of siege and destruction of the citadel, she stares down a path of no...
I have two teenage daughters that see what is passed for societies ideals every day.
It's hard to say everything is ok when their idols go under the knife to fit the mold they created for themselves.
Poetry | Updated Aug 7, 2013 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Annika Shearin
19 year old Kitty Carson's life was stacked up perfectly, she went to law school, had a nice home, and high ambitions. But one day that all changed one day. The day she discovered that she was an animal telepath. Suddenly her life had new potential. She could be a vet, a zookeeper, an animal...
Philisophical questions retaining to whether reality is real or not
A poem i wrote for uli-j