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Thoughts I had as I listened to my girlfriend chat in Dutch with her mother.
Educational/social; written in English with French translations.
Book Review | Updated Feb 19, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The Giant Tortoise: A man living in the jungle saves the life of a giant tortoise. When the man falls deathly ill, it is up to the tortoise to carry him on its shell to the city to find the medicine that will cure him.
By Aurora Somnis
I'm not sure how to start this poem, since it's less of a poem and more of an abstract. I wasn't sure where it was going; all I had was an idea and a pen and paper. So here is the product of my mental diarrhea and about a day's thought and effort. I hope you enjoy it.
By Stormy Aura Llewellyn
A beat poem I wrote on a bus. My thoughts often wander, and this happened to be where they wandered to. If you're curious about the beat it's set to, consider
Written in 2008, a simple project. Which turned out to be vast, at least for me.
By Lindsie Tk
My aim is to write a series of bilingual books about two girls, one Caucasion, one Hispanic, who are best friends. Together they discover some of the differences between their two cultures. This is a short, unfinished first draft of the opening book--the first 8-10 pages. Honest feedback is much...
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By Jamal Al Ahmar
Short stories for translation especially.
After memorizing the whole word list under a title letter (chapter) from a bilingual dictionary (English/ Arabic and vice versa), or (Arabic/ French and vice versa), I gather all the words and try to use all of them when writing a short story for the...
By Mavi Hunter
Bilingual poem about the loss of childhood innocence.
Poetry | Updated Dec 9, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Mavi Hunter
Bilingual poem about living on the streets among the filth and poverty. It's a bit on the sad side, which is why I recommend parental discretion when reading this.
Poetry | Updated Dec 9, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A bilingual oddity written at three in the morning one hot August night, in somewhat of a stupor after listening to The Cure for three hours. Please enjoy and review. :)