Publish. Read. Get Read.
Random First Lines:Poems all about animals.
Â© All copyrights recerved to the author Kenisha Liyanage » Read
Everyone's families are different, just like patches on a quilt. This poem's just a joke about my family since they like calling me a Gorilla. xD
My grandson is in Iraq.
What happens when four teenagers of different social statuses go on a roadtrip together after graduation? An alligator episode, a dumpy motel, a church, dressing up as nuns, and more funny and romantic stuff!
Looking into and posing some thoughts and questions concerning the nature of 'abuse' Do we actually 'recognise it'..........?
A poem of a couple running away from a country torn in chaos and of the ones they left behind fighting back.
By Devon Pitlor
A loyal pet makes a sacrifice for its owner.
Short Story | Updated Apr 21, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Finger Smith
Sarah brings her boyfriend, Brad, home to meet her parents for the first time. Her mother tries to like him, but she is faced with increasing difficulty in accepting him.
By Jp Shaw
Article written by JP Shaw. Parenting is never easy, especially for mom. Taking time for yourself is even harder.
By Alan Panczyk
With alot of thought I have decided to write a memoir of my life growing up in a very dysfunctional family.I promise that everything you read is true and happened exactly as I have written.
Book | Updated Mar 26, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Susan Hartline Fouts
On October 8, 2008 I heard the news report in the morning and was saddened by the deaths in Iraq, but as I began to research material on the internet, I was just as saddened by the way that women are killed for not being dressed appropriately. 40 to 50 women killed since January 2008 brought the...
Not all super heroes wear capes.
Seth Gorrin isn't your average teenager. Neither is Jamie Luthor. When their worlds collide, they find hurt, and mostly love. Little did she know that Seth's father was abusive... little did he know that she holds a dark secret.
Dedication: To all parents! Of daughters and sons!
While digging through some older and forgotten papers, of mine, I came across a poem I must have written in 1998. The year when my son went away to college. 9 years before writing and posting
Two very different families, both alike in dignity, in fair Monroe, Wisconsin, where we lay our scene.
From long-held grudge break to new fighting,
Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.
From forth the fatal loins of these two families
A pair of star-crossed lovers...
Dedication-#1: Annie Legend, whose surname, if pronounced "En francais" would rhyme with the word "entendre" when properly pronounced "En francais, aussi!". (aussi = another double entendre.)
Dedication-#2: Someone, known only to myself, who may celebrate their 30th birthday during the month...