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Y DO U LOOK AT ME LIKE THAT
Poetry | Updated May 11, 2015 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By The Roseless Thorn
This is a very small sample of work that I have recently been working on. Critiques would be great. I really want to improve my writing in so many ways.
This is basically about a teenager who considers herself lifeless, and often finds herself stuck in her own thoughts.
By Philosophical Girl
If you observe how humans work, you will start to see that we have something in common with computers - computing.
We compute decisions. And, the way I see it, free will is the allowed ability to compute decisions based on our own unique data collected in our own unique brain.
This is a short story about certain aspects and situations of my life personally.
About a Oger
Script | Updated Feb 8, 2015 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Aaron Shamoba
True meanings of love
Â». If you love her because of her
eyes,lips or body,
it is not "Love" it is "LUST"
Â». If it is because of her intelligence
or insight about life,
it is not "Love", its "ADMIRATION"
Â». If its because she cries every time
you try to leave her,
it is not "Love" it is...
By Life Inspired
Don't give up on yourself . There will be a time when all the horror in your life will be over and you will shine like a star. But don't wait for it,work for it. You never know the perfect moment may pass by and you might not even know.
Poetry | Updated Jan 12, 2015 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5
By Stephen O Neill
All acts of violence, whether perpetrated on an individual or a people are atrocious. None are less or more atrocious than the other. All are abysmal.
In order to fight a cause successfully you must have the means to do so and â€˜rightâ€™ on your side. But what is â€˜rightâ€™?
By Stephen O Neill
My thoughts on the tragic events in Paris.
The final poem in a series of twelve. It has been an interesting twelve days.
Sometimes context is everything. Some poems require an understanding of the situation at hand in order to get even a small morsel. Not so Michael Rosen's How Many, which he wrote for Mordechai Vanunu. It is one of my...
By Robin Goodfellow
Some boxes are never meant to be opened.
When we provide facts the best approach I have done is real time experienced. Here is something what I have learned this day in IIPM, Bangalore.
Poetry | Updated Dec 16, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Unity in human history, this is a tender act of a beautiful dream beyond description. I hope you will be its part and parcel for every day. :)