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Random First Lines:This is a little story I wrote during my Literature class. The first paragraph is the prompt my teacher gave me. I only had about twenty minutes... » Read
Just a piece of my imagination of a street couple getting money and gaining power until the fast life finally catches up to them.(I'm not done with the story yet let me know if I should continue)
Book | Updated Dec 25, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Kat Michels
Heroines of History: These are American women, and their actions were not motivated by fortune or fame. There was no glory, and in many cases very little recognition for their activities. They simply did what needed to be done, and they did so in an extraordinary way. They roared without...
By Kenneth Wright
Thoughts on my retirement after 37 years of teaching English to female Japanese college students at a college in Kyoto, Japan.
By Dylan Mininger
A young man living in Chicago struggles with psychological issues that developed because of his surroundings. My apologies for the formatting, it was laid out more beautifully on Pages.
Explains the negativity of the destruction of America.
Poetry | Updated Nov 29, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A deterioration of the American Tribe's (Peoples) Sovereignty.
Poetry | Updated Nov 17, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
In Los Angeles two yuppie sociopaths having a night out on the town.
Bloodlust is the only vice these boys have.
A town devoured by madness
Who is sane?
An Empty Dream
Poetry | Updated Nov 5, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
This poem is for my young African American sisters who don't know their worth. It's never too late to learn to love yourself. It all start from within.
The story of a box of cigarettes throughout the course of a strange day and night in a rural California town.
By Knowledge Vessel
Just a mixed individuals thoughts. Hope you enjoy
Her mom taught her better than to pick up hitchhikers, but there's just something about him that sparks her curiosity. What's the worst that could happen?
By Maynard Corndel
Philip Marlowe, private detective, takes on a case of plagiarism, but things gets ugly fast as a case of stolen lyrics leads to a bitter conflict of revenge. My emulation of the quintessential hard-boiled detective created by Raymond Chandler.
Started writing this a few hours ago. I'll be honest and say I'm slightly drunk, so if there are any grammatical errors I apologize. I haven't finished the story yet, and I want to tie in the term "No Regrets" with my planned ending. Read it if you like, if not it's fine. I probably wouldn't...
dystopian story of a security risk at an unnamed airport.