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This was originally called Childhood unto Childhood. I was thinking of child like faith. I changed the name after I wrote it to The Journey. However Booksie made me change the name again because that name was taken.
A recollection of recent times not so long ago
*My mom passed away 10 years ago. and i know i have done things since then that she would hate So i find myself clinging on to that question "do you forgive me"
Poetry | Updated Nov 29, 2014 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Richard Shekari
Michael, a humble, devoted, kind husband and a caring father was struck by a tragedy that weakens his faith in good. He abandons everything to seek and to serve cold justice to those behind it as he joins forces with a powerful and mysterious deity on the condition that he has to SAVE mankind...
Written on impulse here at the pub just after lunch, when I should be across the street at work.
Tell me what you think of my semi-intoxicated drivel.
To 'Summer night'. A.K.A the man I love.
By Michael Hayssus
After a bad experience with a very close person,the disappointment and hurt that followed almost took over my entire life,I found some comfort writing a diary and short articles on my daily journal ,in time I was able to forgive and forget and in turn found peace and liberation,by publishing...
By Kimberly Adams
Rita never imagined that someone from New York City would move to the same small town in Iowa where she is living. She knows Travis and in NYC, he belonged to a gang. Rita wants nothing to do with Travis because her father just happened to be killed by a gang. Travis claims he has changed, but...
When someone enters your life and changes it forever you don't forget. Jason did, until she reappeared a year later to save his life.
Short Story | Updated Oct 19, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Battling against hypocrisies, sadomasochism and perfunctory pursuits of pop benchmarks of successes, he refuses the passion-oriented male worldview of karma and lifeâ€™s purposes. Metamorphosed by compassion, that loveâ€™s innocence fills him with, he opts for a journey that takes him...
Have you ever caused so much damage to the people around you that it becomes impossible for them to ever forgive you? Sometime we treat are loved ones like dirty clothes, and once its to late, the clothes is to torn to ever clean.
Poetry | Updated Oct 5, 2014 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Damian Vincent Henry
Heartbreak is horrible, especially for a woman.
I chose 3 quotes from the book, "Tuesday's with Morrie" and explained them while adding personal experiences.
The Castlewood Inn is a fictional narrative depicting the instabilities and telling the stories of four misfit mental patients: a lonely schizophrenic, a thieving addict, a suicidal lone survivor, and a girl with a morbid and mysterious past. The four unlikely protagonists eventually find...
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