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Non-Fiction: Empowering Consciousness, Life Wellness, Personal Excellence.
Most of us, living in todayâ€™s world of complexities, conflicts and confusion, have questions as what a person should consider as â€˜perpetual-utilityâ€™ in life, amidst feelings of...
Non-Fiction: Empowering Consciousness, Life-Living Wellness, Personal Excellence.
One needs to be in lasting physical, emotional and ideational wellness. Tips, pills, and â€˜shouldsâ€™ abound; still, wellness is elusive. Wellness is largely a function of emotional...
By Kean Flynn
There was an erotic poetry night at my university, so I figured I would drum something up for reading. So essentially, sex. It was written in the vain as some confessional poetry that I had been reading for my Contemporary Literature class. (Plath, Sexton, Lowell, etc.)
The most important motif...
He knew better. He knew better than to let a woman into the family. He knew that the kids would just get attached and she would leave, just like she did.
I donâ€™t know what he wants from her. The kids say that sheâ€™s awesome, this Natalie girl. But, they said that about her,...
By Patrick Loafman
Chapter 10 from my recently published novel, "Somewhere Upriver."
Fifteen year-old Jonah Levine is practically invisible at Applecrest High. His Facebook page is pathetic, his baseball skills are mediocre at best, and his IQ seems to drop 50 points when talking to girls. But everything changes when his rock band, Hitstreak, becomes the hottest teen sensation...
By Tracey Alvarez
Piper Harland does the one thing she swore she'd never doâ€”return home. Her brother's financial difficulties can't be ignored, so she heads for her tiny island home town where Ryan 'West' Westlake crushed her heart just days before her father drowned while they were out diving.
A poem about an unfortunate individual who had an alcohol addiction, read, comment and enjoy!
Over the years, Ben and Ellie never had a problem communicating. So when Ben seems distant, Ellie's confused. Her instinct tells her it has something to do with the contents of an old cardboard box his father insisted Ben take before he passed away. With the children grown, Ben's evasiveness...
Abbey senses something special about the little man tending to the reindeer who, along with a century-old farmhouse, a barn full of animals, and fields abounding in woods and pasture, was a gift to Abbey from a stranger. Abbey and her husband, Steve, move in just before the holidays. They have...