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This is just a bunch of silliness that happened to cross one of the many void areas of my brain.
I'M NOT A POET !!!
But I do fancy myself as somewhat a humorist.
Hope this makes tya smile just a bit!
Poetry | Updated Mar 3, 2014 | Reads: 22 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
By Cher Fallon
Once again Uncle Poop and Aunt Rat emerge from the rubble of their home in the dump; this time to attend a relatives' wedding. As usual things go
A summary of my life during my whole 20 years.
By Rose Burg
Acacia's family persished in a accidental house fire when she was just seven years old. Fifteen years later she discovers that the fire was deliberate. Acacia follows an extensive trail on a quest to find out her family's secrets.
when juliet has a problem she needs an agony aunt. This is what i did for my 3rd year romeo and juliet project.
The story is about the numerous experiences of a young boy....
By Silent Sword
Do you believe that spirits existed? No i don't. But have you ever wondered if spirits ever wandered around you just to get your attention because 'it' has a dangerous request for you to accomplish? I don't too! Unfortunately life wasn't that easy to me, 'it' requires me to help him solve his...
Mom had explained to me to remain calm, frantically twisting her honey blonde hair. Mom is only twenty nine, thirty in November, and she still looks like a college girl. She had that tan skin, bright blonde cheerleader hair, a 5 ft. 8 height, a flawless complexion, and a Southern accent....
A BOY AND HIS ASTHMATIC AUNT IN 1952.
Poetry | Updated Sep 13, 2012 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Naomi Folettia
It's a poem with a twist.
Why do we do what we know we shouldn't. A tangled web we weave, of wires.
Short Story | Updated Jun 18, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A short essay about the woman who inspires me the most. Read and please comment
By Mckenna Rose
For eighth grade graduation. I'm actually quite proud of this.
By Emmie Lynne
Alexis "Alex" Jackson is NOT the typical high school junior. Growing up with 6 brothers, no mother, and all male cousins (besides Mary-Anne who Alex HATES) she just can't help that she'd rather play soccer in the mud or play Call of Duty instead of gossiping about boys or fixing her hair. But...