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By Ken David Stewart
Lake Mariposa is a coming of age story about growing up and falling in love in the 1960's. It involves the counter culture of that era.
This is my messed up poetry! :D
Haha, enjoy and tell me how 'un-poetic' it is!
Poetry | Updated Aug 27, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 3
An entry for The Challenge Maker's 'Romance Challenge'.
A short summary of expereince living in the midst of rainforest.
Story of a fictional character Alerico who took a chance to travel to the Big Island to get away from his past life in California.
By Michael Cuthbertson
I had my dream life waiting for me: a beautiful German girl to move in with, a gorgeous mountain town to explore and write about, and now this job offer. But that's when they hit me with the news,
"Now you're gonna have to cut that hair. We just don't allow that sort of thing around here."
Hoping to be famous reporter Oliver Harrison documents his and his friends adventure to Sadie,Vermont and what happens there.
Novel | Updated Oct 28, 2012 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By James Kirby
Beautiful young love in the sixties with a tragic end.
Short Story | Updated Jul 21, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Walter Brasch
Birmingham. Delano. Chicago. Kent State.
War. The Environment. Worker Exploitation.
Hippies. Yippies. Cops and politicians.
People were singing. People were marching. People were protesting.
The news media reported, editorialized, lampooned, misreported, and scornfully dismissed the new...
Tribute to John Lennon.
Musing on the lost revolution.
By Barrett W Rhoads
15 year old Timothy is looked down upon in the social world of the teenagers his age. He has many friends though, in his own little group of hippies. He goes through his summer with a newfound love, and even begins a band with his friends. One day something terrible happens to the person he is...
A young man's hunger for the big life leads him down some dark alleys where he eventually runs into the wrong people.
By Chris Stevenson
A childless couple have just gotten into an argument over their childless status. The husband seeks out a Foster Care and Adoption Agency to remedy the problem. He brings home more than just a mortal infant, and realizes he's been duped into signing a contract with a clandestine ghost agency.
Here's another experience of mine concerning prejudice. After remembering it, I now add it to the others--which, in turn, become part of the rationale relating to why prejudice matters to me and why I continue to post segments of my thesis which I wrote on prejudice.