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By Hinamori Amu
Serina Potts. Thatâ€™s who I am - a 12-year-old girl who has a huge interest in photography. I have long, thick black hair and dark green eyes. Mainly because my mom is from Europe and my dad is from Vietnam. My mom and her ex-husband had a divorced, and I am the daughter of the second...
By Prof Madhav Sarkunde
Now I am in a good position. Both of us, my wife and me, are employees and earning well enough to live happily. However, we do not feel happy in the sense of that purity of happiness we had had in our old village. Anyway, along with these memories of happiness, I think that I must tell the...
The nature of everything...
Self is everywhere, shining forth from all beings,
Vaster than vast, subtler than most subtle,
Unreachable, yet nearer than breath, than heartbeat.
Eye cannot see it, ear cannot hear it nor tounge
Utter it; only in deep absorption can the mind,
Grown pure and silent,...
the title explains it all
A history of writing back to the beginning. Lots of stuff that is on booksie, mostly a blog full of drafts. Worth it for the history.
Silence is the night until the day is forlorn.
The 5th part of the history of Richard Channing
Poem is inspired by the earthquake that hit japan.
For Alex3315's poem contest. Picture number 1
This is the second one in the 100 theme challenge, Beast. (Yes, I am well aware that I'm no wondrous writer, but I'm trying. :P)
The purpose of this essay is to challenge its primary target group, the fundamentalist, conservative side of Christianity. The challenge is to give strong consideration to use RTP when dealing with disruptive behavior because RTP is biblically based. Those operating outside the target group...
By Zia Jaycee
Hey this poem is just some random inspiration i had while trying to write one night...enjoy:)
tomorrows will always turn into yesterday, no matter what you say.
By Landin Johnson
song idea, hope you like
Poetry | Updated Mar 9, 2008 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A Bunch of Poems 2