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short story of a Daisy and a Bachelor Button..and their
friendship which opened up a whole new world.....
By Angie Blake
Note from the author: I have been having these dreams since 1975. They started when I was twelve years old. I do not know who the man is in the dream chasing me (I only have a hunch). I also do not know who the guy in the uniform is that keeps reappearing and saluting me. The only thing I know...
By Kevin Rottweiler
a poem about a famous professor
Poetry | Updated Feb 21, 2015 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I wrote this for a poetry contest a few years back. The prompt was a wheat field. Written 11/13/2010
A BOY AND GIRL IN A COUNTRYSIDE IN 1961.
By Fa Altamimi
ELYZIUM, a colonial station built by Drifters (outcasts) from the ashes of a fallen colony during the dawning of the Age of Luminosity after being left behind and/or departed by their original colony.
Now the underside of the colony is home for free black market including MBTB ( Mercenaries...
By Aurora Lynn
Love. An emotion so pure and gentle yet can last an eternity in the hearts of two soul mates.
The second part of "Aira".
One of my favorite memories before life happened.
By Alena Adams
Thoughts on universal energy, human energy, human biofield, time, our connection to the Universe and God.
By Juli Monat
Mistery from the "outer space".
Poetry | Updated Dec 2, 2012 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Laila Alexander
My first trip to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo alone, with a new light of awareness.
**Note: this photo was taken before the revolutionary protests, now a few changes here and there happened.
By Mademoiselle Jolie
Poetry | Updated May 25, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 7 | Likes: 9
We all see things we do not want to at times. We all feel the sting of betrayal, the burn of envy, and all experience what we deem as unfair. If we don't give in to these temporary blows to the foundations of our strengths all would be better prepared for what is still yet to come. This isn't...