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By Kat O Connor
this is a story I wrote at 1am one August night. It's not perfect but I'm very happy with it. It wasn't planned or anything, I just started writing. It's about a young Irish girl named Molly who is pregnant! She's been abandoned by family, friends and even her art student boyfriend who's fecked...
By Joseph Phoenix
A poem for those less fortunate than you reading this comfortably sat reading the words.
Spare some Change.
A young homeless writer searches for her family and herself, and in turn influences the life of a kind and depressed stranger. But past troubles are not easily buried.
By Annamarie Ciccarello
Newly orphaned, a teenager and her sisters must deal with life on the streets. All hope seems to be lost until one night, when one simple miracle changes everything.
A short story about a man suffering from the loss of his family twenty years ago and his own loneliness over those years.
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Poetry for a five-line contest! Hope you all enjoy ^_^
After being in labor for two hours and giving birth to a baby boy five months old, Kallie has to deal with the tragic event that follows just minutes after. The only person she can turn to now is her girlfriend, Cami. But will they be able to mend their relationship together after everything...
Life is hard enough and what do we do? We make it even harder. This article lists ten things we do that make our life harder than it needs to be, or ten ways we weigh down our way.
By Alixander Jones
Mick and Rei are living the American dream...,their both homeless,with out food or shelter barely out of high school and expecting a child.
Say hi to Skylar, a sixteen year old boy who ran away from his home at only ten years old due to drug addict parents and an abusive father. In need of a job he walks into a getgo store and applied, not knowing that his life would be forever changed.
By Gareth Brown
Down on his luck things begin getting strange for Charlie...
One of my best friends talks about he's poor and yet he has a job and an iphone and eats every day, so I wrote this in retaliation, using examples from my life.
Poetry | Updated Jun 3, 2014 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The word itinerant comes from the Latin word 'iter' for journey. A theme in my life has been this wandering, from place to place physically, but more so in other ways. This poem is a way of expressing this feeling of restlessness in the knowledge that this life is incredibly fleeting, and this...
Media scaring us into tuning in and questionable hygiene.