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A BOY AND GIRL IN A COUNTRYSIDE IN 1961.
By Destiny S
A short poem about the love I feel towards the countryside with a photo attached.
Poetry | Updated Apr 30, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A guy tries to woo a girl.
Short Story | Updated Apr 18, 2014 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A BOY AND GIRL CAUGHT OUT IN A RAIN STORM IN 1961.
Poetry | Updated Apr 18, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By David Deleiros
I sing in a local commnity choir. For one of our concerts we were lucky enough that a local composer choose to write some music for us. We were asked to send in some ideas or poems. This was mine. Bison Hill is the hill on which Whipsinade Zoo sits, has has the Great White Lion carved into it.
Heather is left alone at the weekend, and goes for a walk to the sunflower field near her home. however the person that she would least expect to be there might make an appearance...
By Teige Maddison
A short description of a view of Hampshire's rural life
A BOY AND GIRL AGED 13 AND AN UNPLANNED VISIT TO THE CONTRYSIDE
By Yuki Chloe
A boy named Joseph lives with his mum in Lyonshall England. There has been dark clouds covering the whole of England for weeks now with no proper reason to why. Joseph's dad left him and his mum three years ago and they fight to look after their property with lots of farm animals. Something bad...
A BOY AND GIRL AND COUNTRY LOVE.
Poetry | Updated Sep 12, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
A BOY AND GIRL IN 1961 and love
Poetry | Updated Jul 24, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Chris Bradbury
This about how the supermarkets have replaced rural businesses and how we now have no need for the countryside when everything we need comes under one roof. The supermarket wander has replaced the country walk. We have become as sterile as the packages we buy.
It was prompted by my wife after...
A tragedy exploring the severing of perfection.
If one travels like Juggernaut from one culture to an another, again and again, the chances of being treated as an outsider is always there but as long as it wont affect making a living it is OK.
Two troughs of mahogany - the same, yet different - bookend a journey. An adventure in the country where nothing really happens, but the traveler isn't quite the same afterwards.
After all, the journey's the destination, and you'll find something, whichever path you take.