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Random First Lines:Religion has always been a touchy thing for me, mostly because I get extremely heated about the topic. Most people who know me know better than to... » Read
Why? Why is that there's always someone who can't appreciate all the things that they had? I usually had the first draft of it on my journal notebook, essay type. But this time, I made it a poem style.
By Ronda Mckenzie
We are all subjected to strife, hardships, and pain. We all make mistakes that we wish we could take back. We all long for second chances and wonder where we'd be had things happened differently. Only some though choose forgiveness, never back down, and accept what they have been handed.
Let's meet in the hall together
We have all been through hard times as a kid in high school, middle, and even elementary. In the story, The Stories of The, you are taken into the life of three main characters: Parker Dean Blue, Abigail Swan, and Jennifer L. Hedging. You will learn about their journeys of pain, acception,...
Short Story | Updated Mar 7, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Alexandra Wolfsbane is a werewolf runt along with her twin sister Zora. They were the first werewolf pups born under a fullmoon at the same time.
I'm not really sure where this story is going to go, it just comes to me as i write.
She inspires me to be the man I know I can be. This is a thank you to her (:
By Melody Rachelle
A poem i wrote myself. This is how i vent, it beats punching holes in walls.
With all the possibilities to choose from, I only choose him.
Miscellaneous | Updated Feb 26, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A brief view of self acceptance
Poetry | Updated Feb 18, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
How we should all feel about ourselves.
Continuation of previous part....
I wrote this a while ago. I was trying to be blunt while being cryptic. Just in case some people who are close to me were to read it.
Hope you like it. It isn't much.
Poetry | Updated Feb 4, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Shannan Browne
What's teh ultimate award? The ultimate end? What are we striving for?
The love of a mother is meant to be unconditional.
A sunny southern boy moves to a cold Northern town to live in a crumbling duplex, ready to suffer for his art. He wants something different, but even he wasn't expecting this--a mysterious, shadowy housemate who never goes outside. A story about suffering and how it ends, love and how it begins....