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Most days I'm tempted to dive down to the bottom of a lake or pool and stay there forever....
By Michael Anderson
Distorted memories of a hopeless nostalgic.
By Upper Room
Is eternal security possible, if not, what is the truth?
Completely made up and not real stories for the fancy. Simple deceit for the starving imagination, complex rhythm for the hunger and joy, or clearly true for the non-believer. Quiet for the deadpan.
Talks about lies and dishonesty for -your- "benefit".
Payton moves to Bexley, England from LA in the hope to reconnect with her Father. Confronted with her Father's obscene wealth, fame and a new school; it's not long before Payton notices that there are many secrets in the small town of Bexley. Mistaken for a girl who died a year ago, Payton...
Introducing AriantÃr's races etc.
A sequel to A Love Poem
The Savyasachi Files is the collection of adventures of Assistant Commissioner of Police Savyasachi Deshmukh and his deputy Aditi Nadkarni. Join them as they uncover the intricate web of lies, deceit, revenge, greed and jealousy
Book | Updated Dec 13, 2012 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By K L Copley
I broke up with my fiance a couple of days ago and this is me just venting. Its also kind of true and my smashed heart still feels raw, so please don't poke fun. :)
In 1926's New Orleans, all is not as it seems. After a delightful revel turns deadly, a web of deceit, revenge, and trickery reveals itself, casting defined blood spatters onto the pristine lives of the city's elite...
A man finds out he's been deceived by his significant other and realizes there's no coming back from it.
Poetry | Updated Nov 18, 2012 | Reads: 22 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
"you're gonna leave..her."
-martina topley bird
He said we were only coming here for a holiday. He lied. He had brought me to a country I had barely heard of, to a place where neither of us understood the language. He rented an apartment, giving me the excuse that it was cheaper than a hotel. He encouraged me to spend my money; he said...