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This is the very first poem I write in 2014 and it basically summarizes my entire 2013 and how I want to live from now on. It feels so great to learn from your own experiences and feel stronger. Life gets you down, it'll swallow you whole and it'll play you like a YoYo; I learned the hard way....
By Skeptic Windego
So I really apologize for flooding the the read section with my old poetry, I know it must be annoying at this point, just I had to get it all turned in otherwise I would have for gotten. This is the last of it for now. Hopefully somebody will upload some stuff worth while yeah?
By Lee Hall
Here's my review of Breaking Bad after recently watching it all on Netflix, you can see more articles on my Facebook author page https://www.facebook.com/leehallauthor , enjoy
This novel, based upon the true saga of six-year old Nasser (Joe), is now available on Amazon.com. Joe and his 14-year old sister were sent from their Chicago home to stay with cousins in the village of Dayr Ghasana in the West Bank. Three years later, Joe and his mentally challenged cousin find...
Love found and lost.
By Le Petit Conteur
We get hurt so often. Better not...
Short Story | Updated Oct 4, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Sweet Agony Xo
i don't know where this came from but i hope you like it :)
Realize, Igniteâ€¦..Explode! - infuses practical advice on personal development with a spiritual bent and uses enthusiastic tone that can help inspire readers to become their very best selves. The book explains the nuances of life; Life is not complicated by itself, just that we have made...
By Juli Monat
To have or not to have.
Sometime i feel like a nut lol you remember that commercial.
A short piece based on the humor that comes out when you've been in a relationship for "too" long.
This poem is about going through the strongest situations in life. It's about the feeling of being hated, doubted, and pushed away. It bases on how people disclude you when you need them most, and how they grip at you when you need them the least.
But, this poem is about moving on. Something...