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The battle within ones self to break free from the anxiety of being judged. (the mirror symbolises the inner self)
By Elton Camp
Ron found the product did exactly as advertised
When we are alone is when most of our true feeling are revealed to ourselves. I dedicated this poem to myself. It was my inspiration from me to I. Hopefully that makes sense to you. Even though we may have bad feelings about ourselves or what we look like...if we don't help ourselves than no one...
When we first look at someone we automatically make a judgement. But how do we know what they are really like? Human Nature presents a group of characters on board a plane set to crash and it soon becomes apparent that they are not quite as expected...
The troubles of having a "unique" meaning of a name. At least the guy is very calm about it.
Beauty isn't a definite look, and it isn't always based on your outer appearance. No matter what you look like or who you are, you are beautiful. :)
By Kean Flynn
My first go at a Shakespearean sonnet. Written for Alex. Might be a little cheesy, I'm not sure. I'll cement my feelings about it in the future.
Some things to look at:
Nature, dichotomy, the balance of appearance and reality, the meaning of physical reality, and of course for the sappy: love...
You don't need to care about what you look like...
Poetry | Updated Aug 21, 2012 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 23
In the future, the govt doesn't have enough soldiers for the army so they conduct an experiment using kids as soldiers. The experiment worked. Kat's dad was part of the experiment and her bigger brother joins the army as well. So when her brother dies in war, she gets drafted into the army. Her...
Lucas and Kasey - "Mr. Charming" and "Miss Plus-size" - were childhood best friends. Until one day his girlfriend turned him against her and so Kasey left Cheshire for good. For good - until one day her parents, without her knowledge, decided to move back to Cheshire...
By Sirens Song
I am looking for a co-author on a story that has been plaguing me for quite some time, but I am unable to give it justice. Anyone with writing talents who would like to help please read inside for more information.
We shouldn't focus on our outward appearance, but rather our inner disposition.
Using fruits, sitting on a plate in front of me as prompts, first to describe, then develop as characters in a short short story -