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Random First Lines:This is a poem written more in my usual style. This one is not for the faint of heart and is frankly quiet odd. Warning: Some adult themes. Even... » Read
By Evan Rokow
A narrative piece on an Ithaca establishment
Article | Updated Dec 9, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A very short piece of writing I wrote today.
Miscellaneous | Updated Apr 7, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Do you believe in Angels? No, wrong question. If we canâ€™t see sun behind the clouds it doesnâ€™t mean itâ€™s not there. The better question is â€œDo you communicate with Angelsâ€? I do and I recommend you to start to do that.
Here is one of my experiences with them. And...
Ana (Anastasia) was perfect. Everything about her was flawless, even when she doesn't try to be. She was the perfect Barbie doll that every little girl wanted. With her blonde hair and ice blue eyes, she could get anything she wanted. But instead of being daddy's little princess, she's much more...
By Rylyn Warbler
Willow Hartman is almost at the top. She's not quite there yet, she still has a few bugs to work out in her life. But when these bugs start to REALLY mess with her, she's worried that her life will fall apart.
A genie bottle. With a real genie inside. And not just any genie- this genie can...
My entry for Angellynn's Booksie Pageant :)
"To provide an ending, there has to be a beginning- there's got to be reasons and explanations and a history I can't go back to. If there's no ending, then I have to find someone else's beginning, and I have to start here. Mad magazines in yellowed plastic slipups, bleach blonde Marylin Monroe...
Hayley was challenged into a deal by Ben!
She has to enter the old house together with Ben and Elena to take an evidence.
What will happen to them?
By James Gagiikwe
trains: metaphore and realities. First part of a trilogy:
Poetry | Updated Dec 31, 2007 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Desert Rat
The story is about the road Jan Joubert travelled to regain his selfrespect and his humanity. His fight against the forces of evil, racism, crime, prejudice, and sometimes, his own people.