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By The Sheep
This ones a bit longer. But see if you can get through it anyway. Abraham the Rabbit Part I.
The following is a poem that is contained in the above book.
Chores the farmer and his lazy dog Snores are characters that my sister created and she went on to write numerous poems centered on them.
By Prof Madhav Sarkunde
Now I am in a good position. Both of us, my wife and me, are employees and earning well enough to live happily. However, we do not feel happy in the sense of that purity of happiness we had had in our old village. Anyway, along with these memories of happiness, I think that I must tell the...
A farm of psychopaths,
*He was designing the pattern on her back by the body's natural process of lividity. Which is when stagnate blood pools at the lowest point on the body.*
A murderous revolution is taking place in America's food industry. Will these rebels pull off the crime of the century?
'You can't spell slaughter without laughter'
We had to write a list poem. So I listed.
Poetry | Updated May 17, 2008 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A family are on a bike ride but it doesn't turn out like they expected.
Short Story | Updated Feb 15, 2008 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 0
Somewhere in Ohio
on November 30. Â© All rights reserved
you cannot stray,
Circleville the county seat
The view is a constant repeat
round and round is kinda neat
on the farms the sheep just bleat.
Let's leave this place
let's leave no trace
let's set a...
By Grigor Mcgregor
A widower photo-journalist abruptly ends three months of mourning and sets out to find an A-list woman. Curiously he becomes associated, but not exclusively, with a red-head journalist nicknamed 'The Rottweiler'. Nothing passing for romantic attachment emerges until the climatic vigil when...
In Honor of Americas Farmers, breadbasket to the world!
Poetry | Updated Jun 7, 2007 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2