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By Ted Gerard
It is good to know when dealing with Quantum Multi-versal Mechanics that one can be both singular and infinite. So the sunflower fields is a metaphor for a person's soul. It is this energy of belief that is used to power the God Machine.
at the age of 16 this one girl, had her life torn apart and became an unlucky little girl
By Margaret Welwood
A mysterious rug with a life-changing message . . . read my review of Bobbie Cole's unusual memoir.
By Ada Cissle
Apple just got new nabors, Jett and his adoptive family, and her first thought of the 24 year old teacher is not a good one but hen she starts dating his brother she slowly finds that she has to get used to him though she dosnt like it one bit. He seems to be everywhere she goes including her...
Novel | Updated Sep 7, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
*I'm Trying Something New* Bryton had only ever loved one guy in her entire life and now, five months into her teenage pregnancy she finds out he has weeks if not days to live, with the baby on the way and their (Bryton and Kaylan's) families torn apart will she be able to cope? And will...
By Pengelly Pryor
The last moments a couple spend together while a young woman's husband is dying of cancer.
Short Story | Updated Aug 24, 2013 | Reads: 37 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
This is dedicated to anybody going through a tough time batting with cancer or other terminal illnesses. Stay strong, it will be worth it :)
Poetry | Updated Aug 12, 2013 | Reads: 257 | Comments: 12 | Likes: 18
By Robert C Mccoy Jr
Robert Charles McCoy Jr. is a young, two time breast cancer survivor. He is also a Hurricane Katrina survivor, poet, public speaker, barber, and conversationalist. Robert recently published his first book. SCARS: A Man's Battle with Breast Cancer is available at www.lulu.com.
By Robert C Mccoy Jr
Your hometown has been destroyed.
Forced to relocate, you are now a thousand miles away from your loved ones.
You learn that you have cancer soon after.
What would you do?
How would that experience change you?
Would it leave you with scars?
This is a true story.
My Grandma passed away November 2012, not too long before Thanksgiving... These are my thoughts.
Miscellaneous | Updated Aug 1, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Aimee Shaye
Three years ago, Max made the biggest mistake of his life. He left his one true love and has regretted it ever since. He had a perfectly good reason as to why he left and he kicked himself in the butt all the time when thinking about her.
Three years have passed since Tory lost the one...
This poem is dedicated to all cancer patients fighting bravely for life.
Poetry | Updated Jul 23, 2013 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 6 | Likes: 7
What is life? Is death the end?Â
Could death be the beginning of something wonderful?Â
In this poetry collection, The Color of The Wind, the author battles colon cancer.Â A window is opened into the next phase of life allowing the physical being to mingle with the soul. It creates a...
Julia knows her time is running out. She isnâ€™t afraid. She just isnâ€™t ready to die.
She knows only of a life where the ones she loves cry for her. She imagines a life beyond the hospital and the fear of watching them fall watching her.
When your life is a ticking time bomb, you're...
By Tucker Haase
A sad story about a loyal friend. (Punctuation is missing on purpose)