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By Robby Walker
A Poem? Lyrics? Either way, regretful.
Poetry | Updated Sep 5, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
It is a humorous look at life in america amongst americans and people of other cultures....i hope you enjoy it......
As I came closer and could feel the heat of the flames, I thought I could see another person on the other side of the fire. So, I walked around the fire to see who it might be. But, it was only after walking around the fire at least twice, that I realised the person I saw was not on the other...
i historical fiction about Joan of Arc
Short Story | Updated Oct 29, 2011 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Alan Forsythe
Article that originally appeared in Urban Pie Magazine.
By Diana Rose
this is my essay about Joan of Arc for school and i need some opinions about it please comment! its not done yet
By Philip Roberts
Jeff Kennett, the stupidest man to ever be premier of Victoria, came to power after John Caine and Joan Kirner had all but bankrupted the entire state. The result was that for three state elections Kennett refused to mention any election policies during the run-up period to the election. So...
A poem that I wrote for school, based on a picture of Joan of Arc.
The death of Joan's husband, James, sends her on an epic adventure of finding herself and holding on to the one true love of her life. She tours places they went together, trying to hold on to the memories of him. She feels him all around her constantly, and will do anything to keep the feeling...
this is a continuance...from the first part of my story Mercury Joan...and this part was free handed and just came straight from my imagination...no drafts were written on this one...this is all fresh
Short Story | Updated Dec 20, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a novel I'm working on set in an alternate fantasy universe. The main character is, esentially, mentally unstable, hence the lack of flow and punctuation and that sort of thing when it's from her point of view. I have grammar, I swear!
Anyhow, the prologue is basically the end of the...