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A drunken tale. An unlikely partnership between an American method actor and a Scottish alcoholic. Follow them as they get into weird situations with hilarious outcomes. A work in progress. I can submit more at your request.
By B Leaf
This poem is about the internal evils in human kind. On another note it depicts some aspects of our cannibalistic society.
By Julian Christoph
America- the beautiful.
By The Scribe
A political short story, hopefully your more intelligent than a half brain dead monkey to understand the thousands of parallels and references I crafted into the story.
Short Story | Updated Jun 6, 2008 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Matt Bassette
It's about the American Flag. Live with it.
Domestic violence against women is serious issue all over the world. No matter how much we progress, something still binds us from breaking loose and protesting. â€˜Whimperâ€™ does not talk of a single isolated incident, but of millions of cases where women are physically and mentally...
A reflection on the meaning of Memorial Day.
By Jak Sylvian
Something that appeared as I woke up the other morning, haven't tried story writing in a LONG old time and maybe it'll be the start of a longer novel but please say what you think so far.....
I love my country, and am thankful to be an American.
A story of my life growing gay in Small Town America.
By James Trusty
As its title suggests, The Apocalypse of Jeremiah and Other Revelations is a book of prophecy. It was inspired by various mystical experiences, including direct revelations from God.
Something unusual from me for a change......
Having come into contact with some disturbing viewpoints very vocally expressed over the past few years I have decided to add my own quiet voice to the argument regarding the right to freedom of expression.
Especially an essay published on this site...
By Chris Myers
"The Life of Brave John" is a concise and sarcastic work that explores the futility and hypocrisy of war. The author shoots from the hip and takes no prisoners in this timely critique.
This is just one chapter, so I'm not sure I can promise more just yet. I'm just playing with idea and thought I'd get some opions on this, so let me know what you think.
By Princess Onika Auguste
paper on women and blaqcks status in the 19th century america