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By Carol Frazee
Fifteen year-old, Elizabeth and her brother, Jacob, set out for the city to find work to help financially support their family after the crop failures of 1846 & 1847. As the shy, dutiful daughter, Elizabeth sees this as an ideal opportunity to become self-sufficient and to escape, with a bit of...
A lot of people have the wrong idea about Puerto Rico. Many (well, the ones who know a little about the story) think we want to be part of the Union just because of the money. Many say we can't be a state because we're Latino, we speak Spanish, in other words... "inferior". Well, Puerto Rico...
Life is found in Jesus, not worldly things
By Tyler Maciel
A story about the 50's friendship and school life.
Nadif, a Somali Pirate, finds himself under interrogation by an American Colonel, Webb. The interrogation process reveals each character's broken past and uncovers the complexities of the situation in Somalia for Somalians and Americans alike.
Poem about my move to the big US of A.
25,000 feet in the air, First Lieutenant Jonathan
Short Story | Updated Jun 17, 2013 | Reads: 117 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By Tahlia Lee
A world full of the walking dead changes any person.
Cali Maron used to be a quiet, unnoticed teenage girl. When her world was thrown into chaos, Cali had to adapt to her new surroundings; which meant traveling from her home town in Bronx, to New York on foot within a matter of months. When...
taken from my book, "My Head Is Swarming With Flies"
By Drixous Burnheart
An Englishman leaves Europe for the Americas, only wanting to live peacefully with hise wife and children. But the new world has other plans in the form of Indians angry about the theft of their land. The story picks up on the second raid a small band of Indians make on his farm.
By Dexter X
Society has been conditioned to consume at a rapid rate. Information that is blatantly harmful is acceptable if it is quick and convenient. We cannot continue to be blinded by pride and greed.
Poetry | Updated May 23, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Caroline Michaud
america is like this squid
Poetry | Updated May 22, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
An essay I wrote a few years back for school on the book Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko, particularly dealing in the identity of the 'destroyers'.
A connection between two friends who live miles apart.
Short Story | Updated May 21, 2013 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Philip Roberts
Poem about fascist leaders in formerly democratic countries like Australia and the U.S.A.; who love giving orders for the sake of bullying the majority.