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Get ready for the battles of champions as the world of Gaia is plunged in a world war with sides picking sides for survival. A small but powerful group of soldiers, known as Legacy, fight for freedon in the war of the Allys and the Banes.
The corpse of a Bellator cub rest in a dark funeral,...
If I thought I had a style I would say this poem fits into quite well, consider this a sequel to my previous poem "Pursuit of a Teen Romance" they share similar themes although I think this particular poem is taking the feeling of isolation a little further.
I'll let you make your own mind up...
Poetry | Updated Dec 1, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
This is about 2 sailors and how the lives of them and their loved ones will be turned upside down for a love of water.
Will they escape their crimes? Read to find out...
Kip must risk everything and go against all odds in search for her father lost at sea with her best friend, Brantley, who she is not all too willingly ready to admit she has feelings for. She must rely on her compass, companionship, and all her strengths to brave the adventures and dangers...
A poem about a little girl in the Holocaust whose family is taken away.
Poetry | Updated Aug 15, 2010 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
Eleanor Holstarlor is an opera singer/primary school teacher recently out of college. Her life is fairly normal; chatty friends, loving boyfriendand the typically annoying family. The only glitch being her boyfriend, Terry, is a member of one of the most notorious criminal gangs in the world....
a touching world war 2 story based on the perspective of an american soldier and on the perspective of a soviet soldier. the even chapters are narrated by the american soldier and the odd ones by the soviet soldier.
I recently attended a leadership conference in Washington, D.C., and one of our assignments was to make something that defined our personal definition of leadership.
So this is what I came up with. "The Leadership Declaration".
It's not about anyone in particular, but probably closely...
we meet our old friend as he meets an old pal from his former regiment.. he has been drinking rather heavily and this causes him some concern.. but to his delight he finds that his pal's troubles have a special interest for him and he derives a particular solace from his old fiends troubles
My name is me. What's yours?
Poetry | Updated Mar 13, 2010 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
A poem that I wrote around Veteran's Day while I was a member of my high school's ROTC program...
By Francis Berryman
this poem is hard to describe, so i wont, except to say it concerns suicide.