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By Francis Birnbaum
This poem is a response to
Poetry | Updated Aug 4, 2013 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
An Autobiographical on how I view myself
I wrote this piece for the contest maker's autobiographical contest. Hope everyone enjoys learning a little bit about me, hehe. Enjoy. :o)
Poetry written lazily for those who care enough to read.
By The Challenge Maker
Autobiographical contest. Starts February 15th, ends April 15th. Details below.
She had the perfect husband, the perfect career --- the perfect life...UNTIL BRAZIL.
A woman MBA in a stalled career, a troubled Brazilian company, and a fledgling consulting team far from Boston headquarters inhabit this compelling tale of cultural contrasts, business intrigue, and personal...
A collection of poetry for the infinitely sad and lonely.
By Bella Reeves
An extremely rough draft of a work detailing the love life of a twenty-something, failed romantic who overthinks, analyses and questions life.
It is a stream of consciousness style work, with little editing but just wanted to gather some ideas, opinions and suggestions. Writing is a process :)
Julia A. J. Foote became a popular addition to the canon of women preachers when William Andrews included her autobiography, A Brand Plucked from the Fire: An Autobiographical Sketch, in his collection Sisters of the Spirit in 1986. Very few scholars were familiar with Footeâ€™s ministry...
This is just basically my first piece of work, it's the introduction to a collection of stories I have experienced.
I know it's not very long but would appreciate any feedback back!
By Reuben Heppelthwaite
Dissociated is the story and confession of a forty year old father of two, who is compelled to escape and withdraw from an abusive, dysfunctional relationship with his narcissistic mother and boss of the family business. Through talk therapy he finds answers and learns to make positive life...
As a teenager, I was the babysitter for a 2 year old girl, who later becaome my wife.
By Joseph Wood
A cynical and humorous look into the life of an ordinary boy in Sixth Form (16-18) in England. As he goes through school, he chronicles his erratic and deranged home-life and shows the issues faced at school, all through a comedic scope. Written month to month, this novel with make you laugh,...