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short poem on a woman's majesty
By Ryan R
I wrote this for an English class last year. My teacher told me it was a really good piece of work; one of the best he ever read. I have to give credit to the industrial artist Nine Inch Nails because I do make very direct references to his song "Capital G" which include the title of the story,...
You have to admit that the timing of the Russian ploy to trip up (or at least drag President Obamaâ€™s feet on) â€” any US bombing of Moscow ally Syria was exquisite. I for one would now not only want to avoid playing Russian roulette with Vladimir Putin but also would stay out of a...
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Thursday said he was confident his government could work with Indonesia despite a senior Jakarta official calling his controversial asylum-seeker policy
I was once task with writing something special for a Black History Month celebration...I didn't have a clue. I checked out a book of Langston Hughes work. Wow! Now that guy could write! Anyway, I came up with 'Tinted Glass' and read it aloud at the ceremony to some 400 service men and women...
With pressure to fit in, to look perfect, to be perfect and to get good grades in high school, Ella loses her way. Living in London when you're a teenage girl is never easy, and Ella learns the hard way. She learns to hate love, when it's the thing she needs the most, and a certain someone shows...
I haven't supported so-called "environmental groups" for years; that's because they're moremental than environ. They conveniently ignore the fact that poverty is the root cause of environmental damage. They rant about the damage caused over a hundred years ago in America, yet believe that we...
Researchers say, elevated temperatures and a longer growing season mean some of Earthâ€™s chilliest regions are looking increasingly green.
Article | Updated Jun 20, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Alena Adams
Thoughts on universal energy, human energy, human biofield, time, our connection to the Universe and God.
By The King Of Montana
When a high ranking state officialâ€™s drunken night ends on Zanoli's doorstep, the misadventure has only begun. Where John Kennedy Toole's novel, â€œA Confederacy of Dunces,â€ left off, "A Screech and a Bang!" begins. Given's energetic text, near Dickensian characters and...
This article examines the labor demographics between ethnicities, ages, and gender from 2008 and 2012 based on data provided by the United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics. This examination is not academic in nature, but an exercise to take a look at who is gainfully employed in the...
Article | Updated Sep 16, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Arik Z
My opinion on The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. It is origional, not a typical book review.
PLEASE READ: This was an assignment for school, where we were supposed to express our HONEST opinion on capital punishment in The United States. I am quite blunt in this essay. If you are going to be offended - or anything like that, by my honest opinion, I suggest not reading it. Thank...
Essay | Updated Oct 15, 2011 | Reads: 3025 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 9
Humberto Leal Garcia, Jr. was a criminal on death row in the American state of Texas. He was indeed a criminal, but there was one tiny problem: he was a Mexican citizen. Despite calls from President Barack Obama and a number of others to cancel the execution, Texas Governor (and presidential...