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By James Edgar Cooper
I used to love how years ago, men would tip their hats to ladies in the street, how they'd hold a door open for a lady and let them through first, how they would walk a lady home on a dark and cold night to make sure that they got home safe and sound. Now however, I feel that the concept of...
By Jack Angus Golightly
For North Shields locals, or simply anyone in a Town with its quirks.
By Miri Fern
"Mr. Triponov straightened, and raised the hose, rinsing off the soap. Just as he lifted his arm, he felt a strange sensation--the hairs on the back of his neck prickled, and he felt as though he were being watched. His expression carefully unchanged, he looked to his left.
On top of the stone...
slice of life
Short Story | Updated Mar 22, 2013 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
John reflects back on his life with his beloved wife Flo who sadly passed away many years ago. He tells the story of their love and how it started to his granddaughter Lilly.
Book | Updated Mar 9, 2013 | Reads: 30 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
By Liva Nagle
Old fashioned routine inspired.
For GCSE, I have to write a piece of Descriptive writing about a Toy Shop; This will be a rough draft. Feel free to comment on how I can improve. (My Exam will be about 2 days after This is published so- HURRY WITH THE COMMENTS) In the Exam, I'm not aloud to use any notes, my book, a thesaurus...
Essay | Updated Sep 23, 2012 | Reads: 2940 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Sylvia is waiting for her day of opportunity to come; will it be today?
Inspired from the book "Rebecca" by Daphne du Maurier. A monologue from the perspective of the servant Mrs. Danvers' ghost to Rebecca, her dark, beloved mistress. Originally an English essay.
Dare, at least that's what he's called, grew up knowing that he was odd and going with it. He didn't care one bit about what people thought of him. Besides being different personality-wise and style-wise Dare doesn't think that he's different any other way. Until one night when his life changes.
I'm sorry but I have no title for this story yet. It isn't finished but this is what I have so far. Let's call it chapter one. It's hard to describe for me and I'm not very good at summaries so you have to read it to understand it.
Childrens story with a twist
By Patricia Mcgurk Martin
There should be some kind of revolution theology for the woman sitting on the couch - cracking up inside from too many babies and stress, but listening with her soul for the baby crying. She is worried he, the boy, might need her as the girl will be all right. She can cry they tell her to let...
By Dallas Barnes
My obvious love for horses.
Ok. This poem is a bit odd, in the style it's been written in. A school project, to write it in a very old-fashioned way, and it's sort of worked. I dunno.