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Who would have thought an ancient Art used to train Canadian Indians to fight, would become a popular sport that is growing fast across the world and the United States....
By Juli Monat
Or so they say, they always right.
By Wily Geist
Who would have thought that there would be a career in TV about eating weird food?
I am willing to bet your high school guidance counselor never advised you this:
â€œWell, I would advise you that your future; your career is in eating bugs, weird meats or traveling around the world devouring...
A short simple poem about the common house fly.
Poetry | Updated May 30, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
"My little sister, Clare, is really weird. She believes that wearing her shoes on the wrong feet, is like walking in someone else's shoes..." Clare is a very normal, fun loving, little girl. Okay, she may enjoy wearing her shoes on the wrong feet. Yet, besides that unique little quirk, there is,...
By Liam Strong
I wrote this simultaneously as I arrived home from the library today; the idea just burst into my mind, and so here it is!
By Munkic Munkidu
A young woman at a mental institution.
When you think of a runaway woman in a dress you think of a bride, right? This is not the case.
When Lacey's best friend gets engaged, she immediately asks for Lacey to be her maid of honor. All the planning and love gets Lacey thinking about how much she wants to find love and how much she...
By Lace Byndingz
"Feet" is a short-story prequel to "My Walk With God" - the true story of a deeply emotional journey. Look for it soon on Kindle!
PS: To my best friend, the big toe ...
About how grandma is idolized, and about how she did more for us through her simple kindness, protect us.
Poetry | Updated Dec 19, 2013 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 7
By Juli Monat
The stoning punishment from some countries.
Read this personal account of my struggle for survival after the electrocution that took place at work in 2002.
By Pearl Quearl
this is what I normally do.