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Random First Lines:This is one little poetic observation of what might be called the greatest riddle of all.
I was getting nothing done one night, and I was... » Read
By Robby Walker
A Poem? Lyrics? Either way, regretful.
Poetry | Updated Sep 5, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Towers Of Academe
the main things to see in Paris, in French
It is a humorous look at life in america amongst americans and people of other cultures....i hope you enjoy it......
As I came closer and could feel the heat of the flames, I thought I could see another person on the other side of the fire. So, I walked around the fire to see who it might be. But, it was only after walking around the fire at least twice, that I realised the person I saw was not on the other...
i historical fiction about Joan of Arc
"New Arc" is a post-apocalyptic tale of two brothers through the wasteland that once used to be North America. They're not strong, they're not skilled.. in fact they're no "heroes" at all. But in a world of "survival of the fittest" they have only one goal -to live another day... and one of them...
By Alan Forsythe
Article that originally appeared in Urban Pie Magazine.
A poem that I wrote for school, based on a picture of Joan of Arc.
War between angels and two humans are stuck in between. Can they survive? No one said being a hero was optional
two best friends find their world thrown upside down when a powerful angel literally falls on their lap and accidentally give them amazing powers, but those powers are a key to something that will change the the universe forever. Because of it their on the run from both heaven and hell who have...
In this story there animals who lived in an island called south Krata island on the tip of Australia. The problem was that there was a volcano on that island and it was about explode in 5 days.
This is a novel I'm working on set in an alternate fantasy universe. The main character is, esentially, mentally unstable, hence the lack of flow and punctuation and that sort of thing when it's from her point of view. I have grammar, I swear!
Anyhow, the prologue is basically the end of the...