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Random First Lines:Twenty one years old and fresh out of seminary, Jude has decided that his first calling from God is to take a year-long mission trip to Africa.... » Read
By Darius Burke
This Book describes my experience from 2010-2013 and the frustration I felt attending High Road Academy in Wallingford,CT. I explore topics such as their controversial behavioral management program and the topic of corporate owned special education(Specialized Education Services Inc.)
Review of Allen Ginsberg Poetry forms in critical by own my way and many other critics.
As believers we cannot separate ourselves from the world, instead, we need to engage it just as Jesus did. We don't compromise His message, but we must
Often do I ponder on the idea of reality and the question of existence.
Are we simply figments and is reality only a perception known by its owner?
This is an alliterative piece about how much of todays works are only fabrications of the truth, and what it takes to be original.
By Ronnie Romance
Poetry | Updated Jul 16, 2012 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By The Terrible Writer
A man is betrayed by his girl-friend and dies because of it.
By Dlcannon Reprise
taken from my book, "Blinded By Thought"
my critical evaluation of To Kill A Mocking Bird
Book Review | Updated Nov 18, 2011 | Reads: 1508 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
a thought or two on The Man
By Adella Moonsweet
Is it wrong to tell people their beliefs and hopes are just a load of crap?
When I was very little, I wanted to find the physics of the tooth fairy. I didnâ€™t know thatâ€™s what it was called, or that this is how science actually works; this knowledge only came to me much later, after years of learning myths about physics and then more years of replacing...
By Addison Abbot
A critical analysis of Williams Wordsworth's work.
Research shows that exercise is the best thing a person can do to improve ones well being. There are many ways to increase the number of daily exercise and reap the benefits of a better health and quality of life...