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Random First Lines:It is about a little girl asking about her life. As she looks back, she always sees her brother follows her here and there even in sleep, they... » Read
taken from my book,
The Donahues attend their Cousin Dannyâ€™s wedding, Ethanâ€™s family doesnâ€™t seem to like Dannyâ€™s bride and Grandma Lynn speaks to Ryan at some length, Ryan attempts to make a music video and album for his band and Kimberlyâ€™s ad goes live, to unintended results
just some random thoughts on femininity and the image.
Who is the better sex? Boys or girls? Upload a video of yourself singing, dancing, or whatever talent you possess today!!
This is for my own Challenge. Mike Stevens gave me Paris Hilton as the Celebrity. He also gave me her new
Miscellaneous | Updated Jul 13, 2012 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
By Gina M Brescia
An analytical essay for school.
By Ayla Daniels
Just a slight contradiction
A look into my new project: The Rightful Heir
What is it? A blog novel...
How will this blog novel work? Wny don't you read on and find out?
This is also a wrok of fiction I had to do. This one, however, was for my Social Studies (or history to be more correct) class. It's a job advertisement for a knight of the middle ages. It uses a fancy font, but I don't know if it will show up on this.
By Shea Ryhai
A longer poem about Christmas. Please if you are reposting my poems include my name, SheaRyhai, or I will report you for plagiarism.
Let me describe the ad. as shown similarly by the two newspapers, one in vernacular and the other in English.
The girlâ€™s rump is exposed with pink designer panties, having shades of melodious white as leafy frills. She is kneeling on a bed, covering her back with a blanket, exposing a...
Polis-Narcissism is a city, a megapolis where its citizens are unknowingly controlled by its dictator and writer Borges. They are fed on Thetan Brain Waves by selective programming and their feedback is analyzed The beings of this city called democracy are so saturated that they have forgotten...
A different take on advertisements of love.
Poetry | Updated May 18, 2007 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0