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"Hey, Iâ€™m Evelyn Valentine, Iâ€™m 19 years old, and Iâ€™m going to tell you what happened to me when I was 17.
Well it is actually, so letâ€™s start.
Here goes nothing."
Evelyn Valentine Is Having A Night Out With Her 'Friends'. As Usual Mary And Gabriella...
my 1st go at poetry, would love to read your feedback good or bad. hopefully the meaning is pretty easy to follow.
Caydence's life is a mess. Discovering one's sexuality can be a complicated matter, even more so for Caydence, when she finds that her preferences are towards her bestfriend Kayla.
Ructions follow, and as Caydence slips further and further down the path of rebelliousness, anger and hatred,...
By Donna Cavanagh
A humorous look at how guilt affects our lives
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.