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Army life - what IS it like anyways? Hard training, dedication, stress, loyalty...and a lot of fun. If you try hard enough.
Through laughter, tears, rage and bliss, here is a personal perspective of the army by yours truly, and the self fulfilling journey through out it all.
***Rated PG due...
Michael just got out of jail after a chaotic 5 years of doing his illegal job. He comes out not knowing what to do, just who to go to. Sounds generic, but read.
Short Story | Updated Aug 24, 2014 | Reads: 99 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
By Arabella Grace
Everybody has their moments. The moments we want to last forever. The moments we wish we could re-live until we memorized every detail from the clothes were wearing to the tint of each flower petal. But it doesn't work like that. We get one shot to do it right, to get everything perfect, to get...
The misadventures of a misfit teenager in her last year of high school, told through letters to her friend, Joy
An emulation of Hamlet's "To Be or Not To Be" soliloquy for the socially disabled.
By Nick Malia
A short tale about meeting my girlfriends parents for the first time and hilarious mispronunciations.
Things I didn't learn in Life Skills when I was taught about people in school.
That I really ought to have learned.
One does not simply be telepathic.
Remy Green is an average 17 year old girl living quite an average life. She has loving parents, a bratty younger sister, a best friend, and an average high school experience. But what happens when a ghost from her past, the person that destroyed every bit of her well-being, comes back into her...
The start of a 12 year old boys nightmare or nightmares.
Short Story | Updated Mar 12, 2014 | Reads: 41 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
This was an encounter I had with someone who felt the need to proselytize to me in an odd way.
Don't hate the player, hate the game. But oh, what a game it is. One contest. Ten rounds. Ten games. Ten thousand dollar prize. The hard part? Trying not to fall in love with your biggest oponent.
By Bill Schultz
A poem about inaction, specifically in regard to those you're infatuated with.
I don't usually write poetry. I haven't in years. I wouldn't call this a poem. I would call this verbal vomit that I couldn't help but to write down. I did no...
One boy, and one girl with their awkward, and unusual friendship.
Short Story | Updated Jan 19, 2014 | Reads: 155 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 3