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October 4th, 1967 was an eventful night for the residents of Shag Harbour, Rory McEachern included. In the wake of a domestic dispute, Rory grabs his trusty fishing rod and a couple beers to contemplate his current situation. Alone with his thoughts, Rory looks to the heavens for answers and...
Racing a sailing yacht on Sydney Harbour
Poetry | Updated May 19, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a peom of how I had gotten to Canada. I am from Sri Lanka where there was a war and this is part of my story.
A sewer treatment plant built on the beach front road, where it could be? In Vizag, a large metropolitan city in South India with a population over 2 million.
â€œWhose idea was that?â€ inquired Juggernaut.
â€œDonâ€™t ask me, I only work here,â€...
Waikiki beach, read so much about it, for so long, I am here now, thought Juggernaut stepping onto the beach. The fine white sand was soft to walk on but the water was cold, true it was January but in Hawaii, with air temperatures in 80â€™s, one would expect tolerable water temperature,...
By Vivian Wolf
if this does not take u to my books type in one of these Vivian Wolf, Forever Forbidden and Forgotten, Who Am I, My Safe Harbour (Jacob and Bella), Spirit of the wolf, the hunters
By Vivian Wolf
Song lyrics I wrote to tie in with Jacob, Bella, And New Moon, enjoy
what it feels like to sailâ™¥
With his best friend going away for the summer, Jeremy is rather devestated at the thought of his sisters braiding his hair. Jeremy and Ron go for one last fishing trip before Ron goes, away, but is there a strange creature lurking in the shallows of the harbour?
A creepy story about the day before the attack on Pearl Harbour. I heard this vague story somewhere and it was said to be true. I gave it my own spin and new characters but this general story is some sort of Urban Legend.
Short Story | Updated Apr 15, 2007 | Reads: 80 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1