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By Kevin Mullins
Within this assignment I aim to look at the two rival factions; Extremist Muslim Groups and the English Defence League, who are both currently drawing national and international attention to the town of Luton. The actions of both of these groups are perpetuating a negative image of the town and...
Had to do something for 'Identity' in my English class, so I wrote a poem.
This article shows the ethical principles and procedures as such principles and procedures relate to human subjects. ...
A summary of my life during my whole 20 years.
By Leon Martin Sadino Manguiob
This poem give a question what if we cant ?
it tells some people in every situations .
like thinking those things that you think you cant do or get
but sometimes we surrender but sometimes we are always keeping it up to achieve our goals getting what we want .
this poem is very nice if you will...
By Kevin Rottweiler
a poem about going to college
Poetry | Updated Dec 22, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
It's really about the community of people in the world who aren't willing realise what's going on around them as we are all brainwashed by our own lives.
Poetry | Updated Dec 16, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is the 16th day in my writing challenge, and today I personally think I did a fantastic job in writing this small story inspired by the show Community #Sixseasonsandamovie #Savecommunity
Perfect Christmas is the 4th consecutive piece of writing in a challenge where I will write something every day from the first of December until Christmas. Today is a Fan Fiction of the fantastic show Community, with the script being designed by Abed, because he is a TV Guru type of person.
By Mark Samoilovich
A peaceful man has been sent to war during the dark ages. During the last night before the bloody war, his blood runs fast and his own nature urges him to realize the difference between right and wrong.
boarding school students visit a city suspended in the air.
By Margaret Welwood
A rhyming, fiddle-playing bear stars in this unusual allegory.
Life in my part of town can be a bit hard to take and sometimes what we see around us can be a very bad for our spirit.
This is a short story about forgiveness, not just for ourselves, but for others as well.
taken from my book,
This is the contest results of the apocalypse survival contest. Thank you so much for getting the contest featured on the front page of booksie!
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