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One of my first songs that i wrote along with the guitar chords with it
Poetry | Updated Sep 24, 2013 | Reads: 21 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Juli Monat
Crazy, yamba nutty yambo.
A little poem regarding my acoustic guitar. Not too long but I'd say I did a nice job on said poem.
I wrote this short story for a contest called 'Happy Birthday' by future author. I hope you guys enjoy reading this one :)
WON 3rd PLACE IN THE BIRTHDAY CONTEST :D
By Tucker Haase
This is an idea I've been mulling around, I wrote this chapter a long time ago so just think about it. I want to turn this idea into a graphic novel really. I feel it'd be better that way. If any of you are artists let me know in the comments! I'm completely open to ideas and changes you feel...
By Girl In Black
Story inspired by song from Danity Kane Stay with me.
Drama love story.:|
Don't we love rock music and rock musicians?
Here is a poem that expresses all this!
A beautiful senorita steps into the local cantina and nearly causes a rift to form between two brothers.
i miss you like music in a cafe over a cup of coffee....
its related to music and love in life
By Robert Morritt
"Guitar Men" released on Amazon April 7.2013, is an overview of guitar techniques , accomplished musicians and the advent of Acoustic and Electric Rock'n'Roll and Blues over the past five decades with emphasis on musicians who were instrumental in the creation of modern popular music.Contents...
Book | Updated Apr 8, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Ben Eddings
Hears to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The crazy ones. People might see psycho rampagers, but we see genius' getting to work on this world. We call them: The Band of Misfits.
Jenny meets a jerk named James that is supposed to be one of the hottest celebrities in town. He makes all the girls in town crazy and even her best friend thinks so. She's determined to prove James that she's way better than him!
I always thought Alex was just a badass, but he wasn't just that. He was this amazing guy hiding behind people. He knew how to pluck out the parts of me that made me who I am. I didn't even know that part existed. When I found out, I ran... I ran as fast as I could towards a new beginning.
By J Christopher Bartley
Playing guitar and the panhandle.
Poetry | Updated Feb 9, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Julie Taylor is sick of her life at home and she decides to runaway. Things, however, aren't unraveling the way she thought they would. Impulse is a dangerous weapon. Can she simply run away because life gets rough?
A Short Story, I wrote for my English class first semester.