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Very Merry In Love Short Story Contest
By Melissa Firefox
A random poem I am writing about being closed-in, and wanting to break free of everything. I guess you could say peace and self esteem comes to play. Doesn't rhyme, but please enjoy anyway.
Oh, and I made up a melody to this song. You can make up your own, too.
This is a gift for every new heart. I hope every moment you cherish ahead may be so blessed with your loved ones. The message we can never forget. :)
Enrique! Who is Enrique?
There is an orphaned girl named Jane who lives in an orphanage with about 12 other orphans. They "caretaker" is very mean and strict and she has two children of her own who are treated like royalty whereas on the other hand the orphans are treated like gum on the bottom of the staffs shoes....
My new short story contest just for the holidays. Pick a photo and write a cute, happy Christmas story.
By Blake Prescott
Synopsis: CONCUSSION A Short Story Untangling Health Care Reform. A small New England political arena sets the scene for a mysterious woman to aid an underdog; he is a contestant who, due to his own unfortunate past, is especially focused on needed healthcare changes. This concise, fast moving...
By Melissa Firefox
It only takes one cherished sight, one unforgettable night, to build a sweet relationship. Especially between two adoring cats.
Love is about caring and sharing; it's more than just an impulse of attraction.
Love is a comforting feeling, a soothing bond which binds us closer ...
Poetry | Updated Oct 24, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Teri Saya
A letter written to my son on taking care of our elderly family dog when life changes forced us to make a major move.
Article | Updated Oct 17, 2013 | Reads: 30 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Joan A Brown
Rejected -- Again! (What should Rachelle do? What would YOU do?)
Upon arriving home, poor Rachelle could do nothing else but run to her room and cry face down into her pillow. Good thing she had her best friend Angele nearby who offered her a shoulder to cry on. -- by Joan A Brown