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Random First Lines:book review of the autobiography Gabby Douglas: My Leap Of Faith » Read
By Emera Kat
It all started with people cheering for their baseball team.
There was a thought, and I let just let it flow
In a form of a poem.
Apparently in the Twenty-First Century women have become just an object for amusement for the male population; do we really want our daughters and grand-daughters to be treated this way?
By Juliann Nim
There is some point in our life that we feel empty and when the past memories come to fill the big space in our hearts, we either cry or laugh because memories is just a fragment of our past.
Poetry | Updated Jun 13, 2014 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Lately, I've become very interested in defending orcas against captivity, and so I began to write a reply on a hateful comment on youtube and came up with a crazy idea to continue that comment and make it into some kind of essay.
I wish to travel to the festival of colors in India, I'd imagine this is what it feels like to be there
A poem about retribution and the injustices of life
By Bill Rayburn
Ruminating on the concept of 'Brownie Points'....
Its more of an opinion based writing about the just-world fallacy
An emotional occurrence.
By Bangkok Dan
My son and I are pissed off at PNC Bank.
a line of a poem I wrote, when images of the cruelty of the Bosnian war were on tv.
A Poem I wrote for school
Poetry | Updated Dec 26, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
In government bureaucracy as well as in large corporations, there can be some people who contribute little, have great authority over others and take unfair advantage of those they supervise. All to the detriment of the public interest, their fellow employees and the profits of the corporation...