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By Bert Broomberg
Satiric view on normality.
Poetry | Updated Nov 3, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Charles Ej Moulton
It is quite normal to see someone involved in so much monetary wealth.
When I grew up in the 70â€™s, this endevour was practically irrelevant and not really a necessity to society as a whole. There were TV programmes in Sweden that criticized commercial indoctrination, yes. But the...
By Charles Ej Moulton
Where does one draw the line?
Should we kill a dictator?
Muammar al-Gaddafi was shot in the head in his home town in Lybia and the population subsquently cheered. Caesar was stabbed, Louis XIV was beheaded, Nicolae Ceauscu was shot and Osama bin Laden was assassinated.
The effects of hatred...
So I started this story this morning, it took my a while to think up the idea. This is just the intro and part of chapter one. Tell me what you think, and if i have any errors. Hope you guys like it.
NOTE: THIS IS AN INCOMPLETE STORY> CHAPTER 1 IS NOT COMPLETE!!!!...
Have you ever been criticized by other people? Have they ever wondering of why they gone criticize on others? Nobodyâ€™s perfect, as everybody says. Disraeli stated â€œIt is much easier to be critical than to be correctâ€. Sometimes, criticism can be a solution to everyoneâ€™s...
Article | Updated May 12, 2013 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Inconspicuously Oblivious
Just a few of my thoughts on constructive criticism within Booksie.
I couldn't think of a cover to put in for this, so I chose the completely adorable and totally unrelated baby koala.
A short story for the insane world of the Anonymous republic.
Maxine Thompson and Jennifer Thompson are two twin sisters who have lost their parents. They have been sticking together since birth nothing has ever come between them. Maxine is the lesbian bad girl while Jennifer is the girly girl who fits perfectly anywhere. After being moved to a foster home...
By Eskay Miras
A very very short funny story, with a deeper meaning than what is conveyed. Written in the style of late 17th century writers for a writing competition
By Indie Skreet
I can take criticism and I also have 'write' of reply .........
Many people don't even realize when this happens. I cite only a few exapmles in my poem, there are many more.
I think about you sometime
writing you via cell,
asking how's your night
and missing you as well,
you explain good or bad
even as you play your game,
knowing full well
someone else comes to claim,
I see your picture
online as no longer single,
Dating some country guy
you don't want to...
By Khalid Al Hariri
In this essay, I try to simplify for readers how the deconstructive reading has given the written word more value than the spoken one and how reading literature is becoming more enjoyable because it is freed from the dominance of the writer.
We all know someone who tries to bring us down. Why do they do it? How do we deal with their mean, nasty comments?
A story of a young Mormon boy struggling with mental illness and self-identity.