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In the XXI century, â€œGodâ€ remains an unknown value to humans. Although â€œGodâ€ is the fundamental value in this world, as he is the Creator of all. A modern human cannot accept the idea of the existence of â€œGodâ€ due to lack of evidence that â€œGodâ€...
By Craig Davison
A future world controlled by a corporation called the Heart Of Love, and their quest to hunt out and destroy their ideological opponents.
Novel | Updated Sep 10, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Tyler Alabaster
Four siblings, destined to defend the realms of reality, face peril after peril to do so.
A view on tomorrows society based on yesterday.
Religious rant, after coming across more homo-hatred on Facebook.
This is my opinion on the concept of Socialism in politics.
I wrote this a very long time ago. Therefore, I am fully aware that it is very rough around the edges.
Lenin and communism.
This few sentences express my ideology about art.
In the world of Fiotalice, Mutants are agiven. Used by the people of Clai to oppress the nieghbouring sectors, the poor suffer whilst the rich thrive and resistance grows against them. Is there anything that can be done to liberate the poor? Can the exploited mutants be freed from ideological...
Sometimes we go throughout life confined by our own ethnic trace.
Darquel is a bandit who was caught trying to bribe the king of her nation. In order to prevent herself from being executed, Darquel is sent on a mission by the King to travel around the Middle East to find gems that possess great powers. Seven hunters are chosen to go with her to find these...
Need I have to?
Poetry | Updated Mar 29, 2010 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Even though I am a firm believer in free will, only a fool would maintain that freedom is not dependent upon circumstance; that said this bit of writing explores the co-dependent relationship that exists between â€œidentityâ€ and circumstance.
By Cesar M
The ABC's of the Haiku presents "I".
Poetry | Updated Apr 30, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 5
By John Klawitter
Beale, now working as an up-and-coming advertising creative person, meets Jane Fonda and is thrown into a funk over his memories of the Vietnam war. He comes to realize the irony--the North Vietnamese defeated him because of their propaganda machine, just another form of advertising.