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By Annie Mouse
Religion has always been a touchy thing for me, mostly because I get extremely heated about the topic. Most people who know me know better than to start an argument about religion with me in the room. I had to rant to myself because I'm having a conflict at the present moment. Read this if you...
By Zak Refis
This is my first submission here. I didn't get anyone to proofread this. Pardon me for the mistakes (if any).
This is just my view on how a person's mind and heart works. If you wish to follow your heart and dreams, please do so because I could be wrong too. I am not trying to discourage you...
Essay | Updated Jul 7, 2014 | Reads: 155 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Those who commute and their ignorance.
He would be happy, but he chose to ignore her...
(This has been inspired by a piece of music 'Adagio for Strings' by Samuel Barber. Recommended that you read whilst listening to that beautiful and heartbreaking piece of music.)
By Saint Sibiya
This is a poem of a bad break up, failure to make up, the aftermath of a bad break up, the endless desire to look back, and the failure to apologise
Poetry | Updated Apr 22, 2014 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Shameless Human
I am new to this world i didnt experienced much life but this what life taught me
This is an experience I had on a rainy day,while in a car waiting at a traffic signal, few years back. I saw this little homeless girl standing by the signal all alone. She just stood there staring,smiling away into the rain. In the melancholy of the time back then she somehow sprouted a seed of...
By Jane Conner
"I'll get him back. Even if I have to take his place I'll bring him home"
They say that true love is unbreakable. Cory knows different, ever since that autumn day when Aunty Karen came back after fourteen years, terrified of her wife beyond belief. Nobody knows what they do to them. Nobody...
By Rajendra Roul
The society filled with plenteous odd as well as obsolete dogmas blames girls as unnecessary stuffs for they are incapable to bring emancipation for his father. Only sons, what the religion states, can do that easily. But for the protagonist his girl-child is not less than a gift to him from God...
Sometimes we feel as if people are ignoring us, we're not wanted. Sometimes we don't realize that we have only ourselves to blame when we're in a quarantine
Poetry | Updated Dec 27, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Poem written for my bestestestest friend. Hope you all will like it.
taken from my book, "Taking Our Sweet Little Time"