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Random First Lines:I have always wanted to read the book Les Miserables. Recently I found a manga version of it, so i read that through. I fell in love with the... » Read
As we transition from old to new in 2015 we bring with us triumphs and tribulations, moments of pride and regret. For parents one of our greatest challenges and often times greatest source of angst, and sometimes sorrow, is not being the kind of supportive role model we had alway envisioned...
By Garrett Monroe
Historical economic research regarding the origin of prosperity in modern world economics, and how big history affects today's political economic state. This was an old college capstone project of mine that I found and enjoy. My professor said it was an incredibly intriguing research essay, but...
Poem to motivate & Inspire myself and those who need it.
What is the opposite of condemnation? Redemption? Salvation? In this personal testimony of mine, we will find out what is feels like to be completely redeemed...without deserving it.
To my friends. I still think of you after a year apart. I hope everything is going well for you all.
More original poetry by myself, about myself
A short memoir for J
By Calvin Yearby
This is a true story about my birthday meal.
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By Nelson Lowhim
This is a very dark novella.
Exploring a cave, Tom finds himself trapped when a series of earthquakes seal the cave entrance. Weeks later, he pulls himself out.
He can't believe his eyes: there's nothing but ashes for miles.
A forest fire?
He sets out to find help, or maybe a phone to call his...
A story about a character I created called; Samuel Atkinson. It is supposed to be something describing a day for my character, and we were supposed to develop a character and give a brief explanation on it through this "day" in the life of our character.
(Written in 7th Grade)
This is something I've mentally put together over the course of the season so far..... The title stands figuratively and literally.
By Karla Paredes
Please move on, let me move on.
For my June's Poem.
Two teens a boy named Ryu and a girl named Bell both try to commit suicide, but something odd happens instead that may make them rethink suicide.