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By Jennifer Brighton
No doubt about it, sheâ€™s heartbroken. Reasons why are obvious.
By Peach Kiss
Just a birthday letter I'm giving to my dad and I just wanted a little feedback! Criticism is greatly appreciated! (And yes I wrote it myself :P FYI)
Literary Fiction: Novel: A Love Story In Catalytic Contemporary Culture Of Conflicts.
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....
If i said that sometimes beautiful things are caused by sadness would you understand? That sometimes we many only truly appreciate what has been given if it has been lost... Some situations can only be understood through suffering , then we realize how beautiful and meaningful it was. There is...
By Jack Levi
Poetry on the Grace of God extended to all, a gift of faith freely given by Jesus Christ who died for the sins of the whole world.
By Lyric Wise
Real life thoughts.
A man meets a stranger that could be from his past.
By Henry Duthler
For my love. Kelly you ignite in me an eternal flame!
By Will Veazey
A short story I decided to write based upon my humble observations on worldly glory in reference to holy glory in our Christian lives.
By Will Veazey
What is it we all seek after in our lives? Is it to be that man all over the radio playing music, winning Grammys, in the magazines, having every girl in the work at our fingertips? Or is it to achieve renown for making billions off a clever investment? Maybe power through witty political...
By Margaret Welwood
Jennifer's joy and enthusiasm sparkle as she presents to us the stories of men and women who met with God through prayer.
Book Review | Updated Jan 7, 2014 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
As believers we cannot separate ourselves from the world, instead, we need to engage it just as Jesus did. We don't compromise His message, but we must
By Diana Kouprina
What does one do when everything that was once trusted, gets shattered and broken? When a friendship breaks, can it be mending, or remain broken?
By Ross Fairchild
She, a suicide queen, walks upon a floating feeling of treadmill legs and sunset eyes. She is the ghost of reason. If instinct is a cruel partner in fate, than doubt is cast by the very eyes of nature to those she meets every time they part. She is insatiable.
The city is strung out: broad...