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Could you live with the horrors of a past unwilling to be forgotten? Daunting, taunting, haunting your sleepless nights and poisoning your endless days. How long could you go on in remembrance of the early terrors of your youth before you inevitably...snuff it out?
By Charles Gannon
Police is about the abuse police officers in many states around America commit, and also mentions a few instances of police brutality.
Poetry | Updated Aug 7, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Victor Rikkers
A man faces the realities and brutality of war.
To Love a man to to Love at all is in fact based on a true story. Somewhat a biography. The names have all been changed and some of the facts. But for people out there who want to know the reality of love, who want a good romantic novel or just want to sit down and have a good read,this is for...
A battle in the Coliseum from the eyes of a gladiator.
taken from my book, "Taking Our Sweet Little Time"
By Sir Nolan
A young drug dealer sends an e-mail to his lover, explaining his disappearance.
Hot action in the Hot Northwest Art Scene. When his Awesome Lady is kidnapped by her former lover with white slaving on his mind, Derek Wildwood sets out in pursuit of a wicked killer who is pure evil and has killing on his mind.
This poem is one I wrote after reading about criminal activity in well planned syndicates such as the Italian Mafia. The Italian Mafia, or otherwise known as 'La Cosa Nostra' is an infamous organisation which has thrived the criminal underworld for decades. The poem is from the viewpoint of a...
taken from my book,
By Hr Matthews
Written: circa 2012
Meaning: This poem was written metaphorically about police brutality and the excessive force they use all too often. It's advocating standing up and speaking out against the police who are abusing their positions.
This is a descriptive short story about a man being hung, focusing on the maliciousness of the crowd.
Short Story | Updated Sep 22, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Ben A Vanguarde
When Police Officer Perry Salter first meets crime victim Jeremy, the young man has a rare, debilitating form of autism. Later, Officer Salter confronts evidence of two hideous crimes. His cop instincts say Jeremy is innocent while the evidence and the community say Jeremy is guilty. Salter...
I wrote this for a class project a couple years ago but I did some serious revision. Tell me what you think.
Inspired by Anne Frank and the Holocaust