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By Patricia Mcgurk Martin
Social unrest can cause violence if the problems are not solved, and for the cafeteria workers race can be an issue, although many are both black and white. The cafeteria workers cook our food, and provide Food for the People - the title of this poem.
Programmed children are metaphor for...
This story ties with the past story FattyMcBeasty's Discovery.
It's a story about a playboy's snare, for a girl that lives in her past, due to her tragic birth
Sometime I wrote for my english class, but because the teacher seemed to find it funny, I thought I'd post this.
A MAN STUDIES A WOMAN IN A CAFETERIA.
Poetry | Updated Jun 17, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Camille Vargas
It was one of the most restless nights of my entire life and when I awoke from my dream I was bound within the knots of my sheets and saturated with sweat. That night I was taken to a place so mundane and typical the horrors that awaited me were terrifyingly unexpected. As I experienced a school...
Natalie Rodriguez is in love with Brandon Schmidt. He parents think she's too young to have a boyfriend let alone be in love. Natalie and Brandon may only be fourteen but they know what love is. Can they handle it? This story is inspired by true events. Names and ages have been changed to keep...
The 5th part of the history of Richard Channing
What a cafeteria is like in poem form.
By Andy Macneil
Story is called "The Cafeteria". Name already taken.
A university student finally talks to the girl he likes.
Short Story | Updated Jan 9, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
These verses speak the plight of the socially inclusive, another one that I wrote in 2007, enjoy.
a girl and guy struggle because they cannot be together.
The first episode of Uptown Academy. Maybe one day it will truly be acted out! Enjoy.