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Just another poem, to remind you all i have not given up on Booksie ^_^
By Laura Plum
Having the courage to leave a drug dealer
By William Paxton
The war on drugs in Mexico has just begun. In 2008 alone, the border city of Juarez had more than 1500 homicides. William Paxton explores the drug world, its corruption within law enforcement and government, and its effect on the lives of the people sworn to or against it in his work of fiction...
I know that you probably don't want to read this, but go ahead and leave your opinion if you would. I need to get this thing clear.
By Amanda Panda
I am submitting this because I am curious what other writers think. It is part of a novel that I want to write more of. But of course I am worried whether it starts out well. This is chapter 2, It should make sense without the first chapter. I just have not typed the first yet. I will accept any...
By Me Against The World
Poetry about drug abuse and what it can do to someone and their loved ones around them.
Poetry | Updated Mar 3, 2009 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 8 | Likes: 10
By Neji Chan
Was it worth it-The momentary satisfaction?
If you lose everything in the process-Your loved ones, yourself....Is it worth it?
Poetry | Updated Feb 25, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 7
It's an essay to show how does Burgess make the novel â€˜Junkâ€™ realistic for his intended audience? It's about teenagers experiencing their life with drugs.
It's the same story as before but i have edited the ending and some other bits. Need to know which is better thanks. PLease comment good or bad!!
It's a very short tale of a young man who has made the decision to become a drug dealer. It takes place in Dublin city in Irealnd. A lot of bad language and slang in this story that you may or may not understand, just ask me if you have any problems, Thanks for reading!
By Court Jm
A little something about drug addiction.
Poetry | Updated Jan 30, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Abigail Cathleen
She's only known pain as she is forced to sell her body. She never got the chance to know love. What happens when she meets a customer who is willing to do anything to save her? Can she leave her past behind even though she has no future?
My opinion on perscription drugs, and how rediculous I find them to be. I mean sure, many people need them, but a lot of us cross the line. Then these "perscription" drugs become no better than street drugs themselves.
A married women makes a wish to be Single but things aren't what they seem
Novel | Updated Dec 13, 2008 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1