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Asuka was molded at a very young age to become a woman of many trades. What people didn't expect is that when you create a robot it can be hard to retrain. Many have felt the wrath, from the streets of New York City, to the underground in Tokyo. Even Korea knows her scent. An individual with...
By Cory Cortez
A short story about a girl who seemingly loves life, but does not love herself. It is an examination of her contradictory and personal struggles.
I appreciate any comments/feedback/criticism (in fact, I'd prefer some criticism!), and I really hope that you all at least enjoy reading it! :D
A short poem based around eating disorders and how they can rot your mind.
Poetry | Updated Feb 25, 2013 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 6 | Likes: 7
From the dusty corners of my mind
brief explanation of a unique and often misunderstood disorder.
By Matthew Zabala
Abby Wilson is a 17 year old girl who is struggling with her own identity. She is being bullied at school because her mom suffers from Schizophrenia. As her mother's mental condition worsens, so does the severity of her means to get even with the culprits behind her daughter's misery.
Vita is a twenty something secretary who life is completely complicated. From her twisted love affair with Christina, a sexy bartender, to her fling with a man name Jay, her dislike for her boss J.T. and her stalking a happy couple, Vita fail to realize if everything she's experiencing is true,...
By Tom Sielaff
Everything is definitely not as it seems in this mysterious story of affairs and betrayal. The narrator does something drastic, but who does he truly pull the trigger on?
A reminder about the 8 million that have broken mirrors.
By H Ein
A suggestion to help teens with depression: education to remove the stigma attached to mental disorders today
A young girl deals with the guilt of her best friends suicide.
taken from my book,
I've often wondered how many people look into the mirror and actually like what they see. This poem was about trying to express the reason for this hatred and how society makes people feel.
Poetry | Updated Oct 5, 2012 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Lost In Her Misery
i can say that I'm finally ''free''