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Poem I wrote depicting the unexpected chaos, destruction, and depression life can bring, of haunting memories, and dreams.
The hurricane illustrates the unexpected nature of the chaos in place you hardly hear of something like that occurring...Enjoy!
A true story of two men in a small boat caught up in a rising storm at sea. The story is tempered by a comic twist that provides a delightful read. Any comments or suggestions are welcome!
By Heather Mirassou
Dark, Sinful, Demonic of sort - Nature, Wilderness, Mankind and Death...Eulogy
Quaking Thunderous Gigantic Showers Hovering Shadows Humanity
Shot-Gun Shudder Shouting Shells Echoing Eardrums Bleed
Boiling Eruption Syrup Bloody with Smoldering Abandon Volcanoes Spilling Souls
One day shatters the lives of many Daiton elementary 5th graders until they all meet up 5 years later...
Imagine seeing the aftermath of a hurricane through the eyes of a mirror.
Im my own worst enemy.
Poetry | Updated Nov 21, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
An autobiographical poem by a ghost
So my name is Skye Blue and we chase storms in a bus.
Itâ€™s okay. You can laugh. I think if weâ€™re going to identify with each other, you need to get over the obvious ironies of my name. Iâ€™m not really over the obvious ironies of my name, but I have to live with it, and you...
Poem i wrote about a hurricane
Inspired by the hurricane in new orleans
Poetry | Updated May 3, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
Selene coleman has been passed around from foster home to faster home. while at her last faster home she has to raise a little boy, 5. while caring and protecting him she also has to protect herself, and open herself up to someone about her past. can she find what she truly wants and care for ,...
Novel | Updated Jan 27, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Rassool Auckbaraullee
Rubin Hurricane Carter the eighteenth Round amazing book, great film portrayed by Denzel Washington.
By J B Danielson
A man must deal with his guilt while a storm rages around him.
A small tale of a south Mississippi womans pleasant and poignant experience with the local brown pelicans.
Sophomore year of high school, five months after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, I spent my February vacation in Mississippi doing hurricane relief. This is my tale of those gloriously horrific days.