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Talks about the turbulence societies have over us as individuals. We live in a world of judgements, conceptions, realizations,norms and values that we have to abide by.
A successful relationship is more than a first physical attraction. It requires a lot of work from both parties to assure that the union is enduring and successful.
"Love is like a mistake you'd never want to meet, It'd take you for a short ride then leave you in the dust.." At least that's what Hazel thought.
Gob's action packed adventure story.
By Alena Adams
Thoughts on universal energy, human energy, human biofield, time, our connection to the Universe and God.
We somethings we don't think before we do something, but their is a still small voice that warns us before we make the decisions we make and we always scream when its to late
Letâ€™s face it, no matter where you go, there are horrible drivers.
Personally, we think that Pittsburgh is by far the worst place to drive due to the drivers around us.
Oh yes, I have driven in New York and Philadelphia, along with areas in the whole east coast. Yet nothing compares to...
Slugs Traps Hooks Beer Strokes Pots Flypaper Humor Moral
Hold me close,
so we don't drift apart.
My point of view of this world
Everyone love lego right? So imagine if your heart was like it... (Not really a song, but goes with a tune in my head!)
In this poem, I'm basically begging one of my best friends to stay in high school because he's destroying his life otherwise.
Eleanor Holstarlor is an opera singer/primary school teacher recently out of college. Her life is fairly normal; chatty friends, loving boyfriendand the typically annoying family. The only glitch being her boyfriend, Terry, is a member of one of the most notorious criminal gangs in the world....
Sometimes, things happen that you can't undo.
Short Story | Updated Nov 15, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Colours are every where you look, have you ever stopped and thought?