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While working at a mental institution, I met a lot of people who deserved the chance to be heard-My aim is to give a voice to one lady in particular. Along with mental illness and a mild intellectual disability, she has suffered from abuse for her entire life. This is HER story, but in a way, it...
By Gia Alyce
The life of a young man is told in this story of his low times in an exciting city to him meeting the lovely Evelyn Thorne, who teaches him more than he could have ever wished to know about adventure and love.
By Ariadne Grande
This Novel is based on a true story...
The Protagonist, Andi Hall, is on a ski racing World cup circuit with her team: America. She is in Kranskja Gora, Croatia. She arrives at her hotel, the 'Tenacious', and gets her gear organised. While on an errand she bumps into another athete from Team...
By Damon Kafka
I wrote this some time last year.
By Silver Wings
I wrote this poem after reflecting the years that we have had with our children. They have been a blessing and really are a wonder to teach us important lessons!!!
Originally, I thought I would add a couple more chapters to my story, but, after some thought, Iâ€™ve decided to end it here, with some last words by Paul Davies, Professor of Theoretical Physics. It appears that when he and I look up into the heavens, we do not see an aging...
A Parody of the modern digital computerized world.
New structures in verse.
Just my thoughts really, how complex we are as human beings, and how impossible it sometimes seems to expect us to interact or unite, when we are so different and so difficult to understand most of the time. Any responses would REALLY be appreciated.
Short Story | Updated Jul 10, 2007 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0