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Random First Lines:This is a story that helps to briefly look into one girl's life as she struggles with her uncle's abuse.
A poem about... well, figure it out yourself.
By Michael Anderson
The darkness of the Circuit City.
Poetry | Updated Feb 18, 2013 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
a peom i wrote a long time ago about a friend of mine
By Katherine Ann Barton
Humans are starting to build cities up in the far north, threatening the lives and homes of many arctic animals including polar bears. On the way to work, one of the construction workers finds a twelve year old boy on the side of the road. He is soon adopted by a family in Oregon. Now seventeen,...
By Shannan Browne
This is the story of love found and lost, never to be returned... Just an April Fool...
As a proud Cebuano, I am happy to publish my first featured story, a feature article about my wonderful city and its magic. Explore and discover Cebu City through my article. Leave a comment please :)
Essay | Updated Jul 23, 2011 | Reads: 164 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
It is the future, and earth is a gigantic agricultural wasteland. Mandarin Jaise is living a hard life of Pest-slaying and salvaging in one of the last remaining human settlements on Earth. Her relationship with friend Jehan Nefes is complicated to put it mildly, and then an explosive secret...
The dead can eat your souls...
Just my first short writing sample. A nice poem.
Poetry | Updated Dec 29, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Set in a post apocalyptic world, where the remaining survivors have rebuilt their cities. These rebuilt cities are called "Saints." However there is nothing holy about these places. They are few and far between, and are ravished by war, poverty, and crime. There is no government, no law, no...
By Essay Fitzgerald
Iona April Lovely and her small family are new residents of Mt. Aries, the biggest city known to man. Things are tough for Iona, considering she has a horribly sick mother. She's gotten all the colds, malarias, and viruses alive, and more are coming.
By Donna Cavanagh
Once baby books gave us inspiration for our children's names. Now, it's the World Atlas.
Essay | Updated Jun 29, 2010 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 4