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The Hilarious Adventures of a Home Handyman is a comical, true to life, oops, we mean fictional, look at the ups and downs of home... » Read
By Alfie White
The interesting TRUE continuing story of my adolescence.
Novel | Updated Feb 14, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I wrote this while I was highly intoxicated
By Hazel Weatherfield
A boy describes the events leading up to the death of a classmate from his point of view.
By Skylar Youth
Peeta, despondent at the thought of spending his days in the Brotherhood goes in search of adventure and finds more than he bargained for.
By Corey Gallant
An astonishing story of love, hardships, gangsters, and most of all friendship.
By Sam Robinson
When Tommy's father goes to jail, the young man is forced to pack up and move away from the only p[lace he's ever known. As he adjusts to a new life with Nanny Mae, his great-aunt, Tommy finally begins to open up about the violent nature of his relationship with his father.
â€œNot all teachers are parents, but all parents are teachers. When we teach kids to be good people who possess the social courage to do the right thing, we help to make the world a safer, saner, more accepting place for all of us.â€â€¨â€”Annie Fox, M.Ed.
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Poem regarding a long distance love and encouraging your significant other to smile and not worry about things going astray.
By Praveen Gola
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This Hindi poem highlights infatuation and physical attraction to opposite sex during adolescence. This change over period is crucial and needs proper guidance.
Poetry | Updated Jan 9, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Megan Allyse
I was told to choose one sentence out of five different sentences to build an essay around. (I chose "She had convinced me.") The story behind it was by choice, and it may or may not be true. There was no rules about the way it could be written. You must read it to understand it, and I hope you...
By Aidan Meacham
Pull it together, Nolan. They won't break through. You locked those doors up tight. Look for food, and hurry- it's getting dark out there. Your brother is hungry and scared, and home is a long bike ride away.
I wrote this thing though Im not sure if its a narrative.. and I can't think of any other topics... so yeah.. I'm not eveil :'(
Fourteen year old Muryet thinks she knows what will make her happy. She isn't thinking about what will restore happiness to all of her torn family. But the requirements for the fairy imprisoned in her attic to be freed are that she bring peace to ALL of Muryets family. Muryet doesn't know what...
This isn't really a poem it's more an opion but its about growing up.