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Random First Lines:I was thinking a lot about the book "1984" by George Orwell, and how really a lot of people in life try and stay away from the truth. They avoid... » Read
By Judy Suchan
Ruby's husband thinks she needs to loose weight so he goes to Smitty's fitness to check it out.
Short Story | Updated Jan 3, 2014 | Reads: 40 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Silver 84
Sixella made me want a cinnamon bun, so I wrote this lol. Please comment and tell me how you liked it :)
Poetry | Updated Jun 6, 2013 | Reads: 113 | Comments: 11 | Likes: 28
By Silver 84
Sixella made me want a cinnamon bun, so I wrote this poem lol. Please comment and tell me what you think :D
There are many disorders of today that are unexplained..too many questions and not enough answers... we need a cure NOT just treatments...worse part there is not one treatment for all....this is just one issue...
By Katherine Hisenberg
Fiona is new in town and needs a job badly. She graduated from a prestigious New York culinary school only to throw it away because of a heart break that she has yet to recover from. After several long years of avoiding the kitchen she must jump right back into the frying pan. With a new life...
Sorrel is a popular drink particularly during Christmas time in Trinidad. Juggernaut learns for the first time how to make Sorrel drink from Sorrel flower petals from his friend Daddy a budding Calypsonian.
Kip is the emo kid with an alcoholic, abusive father and a depressed mother. He just moved to Oregon...with his dad. Will he find love with his new best friend? Or maybe a character of the past? Or will his memories get in the way as the past blends into the present and darkness fades into the...
I'm not exactly sure how to describe this... It's not really a short story, although it is short enough that I don't need to provide a summary.
By Mckenna Cole
This article lists medical and beauty uses for honey. You may just find that miracle cure for your hangover or the key to the softest skin you have ever had just by using honey.
This story was inspired by observations of students at the campus outdoor coffee stand and study area.