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I am a teenager, Christian and Pan-Africanist but this article does not represent childish, Christian and Pan-African views, but... » Read
By Carole Lanham
Mississippi 1920: Nine year old servant, Hadley Crump, finds himself drawn into a secret world when he is invited to join wealthy Lucinda Browningâ€™s dirty book club. No one suspects that the bi-racial son of the cook is anything more to Lucinda than a charitable obligation, but behind...
By James Edgar Cooper
This is a poem about the unfair displacement and eventual destruction of the Native American Indians' way of Life. Just like the Australian Aboriginals, and the Aztects to name a few... Their way of life was condemned and destroyed by the greed of man, as they seeked to expand and conquer. The...
By Kaori Kumai
This was something I wrote for school, my own way of telling of the terrible bombing that happened to one of the safest countries in the world, Japan.
We all look up towards the sky when we win and look down in defeat. Why? Juggernaut tries to explore this.
An imagined conversation between Britain and America during the American Revolution, with minor appearances by France, Canada and other players.
By Ryan Oeters
ultra gay epic tale about teenagers coming out during the time of the American Revolution joining forces living a better life in the period of the awakening! No other gay movie script can compare, be sure to read yourself!
My story is set in South America and tells the story of the imprisonment of an esteemed Native American political prisoner. The story is told through the various viewpoints of his jailors and interrogators.
This story was inspired by the tragedy of the death in prison of South African...
By Philip Roberts
A friend of mine (a former criminal who served a decade in prison for his offence) recently lost his job after the F.B.I. raided his place of employment solely to embarrass him and get him fired! This is monstrously totalitarian behaviour by an organisation (the F.B.I.) which has always been...
By Philip Roberts
The worst thing about the 9/11 tragedy was they way it traumatised us all so that we stood back and allowed tyrants, like Bush, Obama, Blair, Brown, Cameron to bring in dictatorial mind-and-thought control in formerly democratic countries, like America, England, Austra
By Kevin Rottweiler
about Bulldogs in the corn fields
Poetry | Updated Nov 10, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Alex Sharpe
(WORK IN PROGRESS. UNDERGOING WRITING, EDITING, AND DETAILING)
Everything was fineâ€¦ Just another fine day â€“ a day at the park, with the familyâ€¦ But then it began. They have no name. They were all of the sudden here, out of nowhere. They roamed the Earth devastating everything...
By Mark Worthing
A non-Jewish British boy makes friends among Jewish-American survivors of the Holocaust. An excerpt from 'Stranger Among Friends'.
Article | Updated Oct 26, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Connie Morris grows up in Chicagoâ€™s Cabrini Green projects, and suffers abuse from her father. When tragedy strikes the family, Connie is virtually the last survivor, and ends up homeless until an unexpected hobby leads to fortune and fame. At the peak of her career, someone from her past...
By Eric R
The Bufords and their friends gather together on the old, rural family property for an unforgettable wedding night.
A persuasive paper about the American electoral college system and its flaws. I never intended to post it here, but I love this piece so much I decided to anyways. Let me know what you think.