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Random First Lines:Biafra became independent from the Nigerian union on 30 May, 1967. The people fought a bitter war for Nearly three years. From the struggle... » Read
Time to be you, time to be free and fly across a blue blue sky.
By Intel Ryder
Andria Barlow is told sheâ€™ll be forever alone if she doesnâ€™t choose one of the men her mother sets up for her. But she will not believe that you have to have an arranged marriage to be happy. Her dad would agree, but her dadâ€™s not there and no one knows where he is. When...
Novel | Updated Jan 3, 2014 | Reads: 35 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
The con's of the current three drug protocol used in lethal injection and the pro's of using a unique humane two drug method that would ensure a painless and ultimately humane way to administer the death sentence. My view is from systematic empirical data and research regarding my proposed two...
This is a short summary of who I am and what I believe in so that those who read my short stories, essays or articles will know more about the man behind the words.
What do you feel about how you live your life? Do you feel trapped? Or free? Are you happy? These seemingly unimportant things are the most important in our puny little fragile lives. How would you want to live? Thanks for reading and any sort of feedback is appreciated :D Thanks! :)
For the youth, for society, for strength, and for freedom.
It's fascinating to imagine who little girls in Sunday school end up becoming.
A work of fiction.
Inspired by Chuck Palahniuk's "In art school, they don't teach you..." (Diary)
By Rose Wolfe
The beauty of a wolf.
By Ted Gerard
What would you do to save the world?
By Will Veazey
Light will always separate the dark as dawn always follows the night, just as the true king promised.
By Emma Richards
(Formerly known as Broken Vision)
Deep in the heart of the city thrives an underworld unbeknownst to most residents. A dark hole in the ground fueled by drugs, money, and oceans of blood. And in the very center are six people, each connected to one another in a cobweb of lies and deceit, each...
This is an essay about a woman baring her soul to her lover and asking for freedom. Freedom to be who she is.
Miscellaneous | Updated Dec 16, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By S L Kin
Five years after the Civil War, William is still forced to do his master's work without being paid. While having a love affair with a white women, William must face the consequences of a harsh reality.
Short Story | Updated Dec 16, 2013 | Reads: 135 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 3
When you finally find peace. not really a poem i think, just a little thing i usually write in my notebook. let me know how i can improve it!
Miscellaneous | Updated Dec 15, 2013 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
The twins were walking free
through the lonelinest of all streets
where the sun couldn't dare to touch
their pale, porcelain skin