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A sestina. The day is happy,/with the sun shining and birds chirping, the pigs/grunting in their cart, waiting to die,
I wrote this for a poetry contest a few years back. The prompt was a wheat field. Written 11/13/2010
Jack Ironhall is a privileged 18 year old gentlemen, most popular in the city, school and the world thanks to his high-society parents with multiple multimillion dollar houses and fast cars. Despite this he is modest and the perfectly pure bred manners he has grown up with.
How Institutionalisation and human farming is impacting the mind of humanity. The affect of capitalistic evolution causing social-monoculture.
Essay | Updated Apr 4, 2014 | Reads: 76 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A tale from the English countryside...
England has no big cats, naturally wild. Nevertheless, there are frequent sightings of... something. The press christen them - the Beast of Bodmin, the Exmoor beast. Do they exist, or are they the product of fertile imaginations?
(This tale is about 80% true.)
Short Story | Updated Jan 26, 2014 | Reads: 35 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
I have been a vegetarian for six months and will never go back. It is a topic near to me, and I want to share how I feel, and help people understand my point of view. Don`t hate I know everyone has different points of view but I am just trying to open eyes. Please enjoy and leave nice...
Poetry | Updated Dec 6, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Bao is a Chinese farmer, alone since the death of his wife. His small farm is being expropriated by the government..
By Edward Alvey
Short Summary - This is about a young boy growing up on a farm. He talks about his surroundings and what sticks out to him the most about the farm. He knows that no other place can compare to this, but suddenly he moves away and finds himself somewhere else.
Â© Copyright 2013 Edward Alvey
By Dana Keawe
In the 1960's, when I was two years old, my Haole mom took me away from my original Hawaiian 'ohana, the Keawe 'ohana from Wai'anae, O'ahu. She moved us to the Kona side of Hawai'i Island. There she spent the next year camping with my brother and I at different State parks around...
Inspired by my father.
Poetry | Updated May 8, 2013 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 2
A short summary of expereince living in the midst of rainforest.
Curry is integrel part of Indian cooking. A curry ain't curry without curry leaves. Few Indians like Juggernaut even resort to stealing curry leaves to satisfy their curry taste.
~No summary yet as such. I'm not sure whether I'm going to finish this story, as I tend to trail off and give up. I will write more if it proves.
By Andi Harwood
Freya Wells and Heather Smeeks have one summer left together before Heather heads to Oregon to dance with a ballet company and Freya starts college. They travel to Indonesia with two others to join a missions team and end up learning more than they planned about life, love, faith, and adventure
Novel | Updated Aug 13, 2012 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Jim Crooks
'Where there's a Will, there's a way' is a biographical, fact based account written in novel format of the remarkable life story of Labour MP, social reformer and working class hero, Will Crooks. As a child, Crooks was sent to a Victorian Workhouse when his family were plunged into poverty in...