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I was told to write what I did over the summer. Voila
By Katya Yermakova
A letter written to Bipolar Disorder, from the perspective of someone who has it.
I am ill so I decided to do a poem about it.
Poetry | Updated May 5, 2015 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Women An Empowerment
about a boy I know.
Those who suffer from chronic pain and invisible illnesses have to withstand far more than just the pain that accompanies their condition. This article looks at that fact and gives some very basic ways to take forward steps.
Ever feel utterly destroyed beyond any sort of repair? I understand.
By Skye Bagshaw
This is a retrospective poem about my experience of Anorexia in the hope that it raises awareness for this serious mental health issue. It has the highest mortality rate of any mental illness.
Victor Kane doesn't believe in whaling. Then again, he doesn't believe in God or the Devil, and that doesn't stop him exorcising demons in his spare time. So, when he is asked to accompany his friend on a whaling trip for double his usual fee, he readily accepts. What he neglects to ask is why...
I am submitting a very great story. This is about how crazy love can be, how hard life is, how families can be twisted and how love can save you.
By James Edgar Cooper
This is a poem about the unfair displacement and eventual destruction of the Native American Indians' way of Life. Just like the Australian Aboriginals, and the Aztects to name a few... Their way of life was condemned and destroyed by the greed of man, as they seeked to expand and conquer. The...
By Allison Conson
the ways of the world as â€œweâ€ knew it are over.the happiness and longing is gone. June Abernathey a day away from her 18th birthday is soon leaving her child and boyfriend for a greater purpose. what that is you will have to find out.
Book | Updated Dec 11, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Andrew F Lewis
A short commonplace about the true meaning of beauty and how that changes ugliness.
taken from my book, "My Head Is Swarming With Flies"