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Things may perceive to be as is...but given thought, maybe not...We live in a world that sometimes changes faster than we could ever imagine...
Everyone at one time or another has wondered about the changes in the world and why...but...few ask or seek the answers..... I wonder why?
One girl who hates everyone even though she is the most prettiest when she smiles she frowns all the time - But what happens when an misunderstanding has her working in a Restaurant that seems quite popular these days and why does this black haired waiter seem so interested in her? And will the...
This story is based on my life and is from my perspective as a college student and a young woman. Not all happenstances will have actually happened, and names of those I know will be changed.
If you've ever had people judge you more than the accepted average or have found yourself in a position...
This is my review for the movie Jobs.
Just a short snippet of a potential book I may continue to write about how to become a "City Girl" written by a City Girl herself. The in's and out's of working in the UK's central financial district- the Square Mile. Written in a humorous and light-hearted style.
A poem about growing up and life in our modern world.
By R A B Bradbury
I don't usually write poetry, but I had this list and spent some time staring at it. This is the result. I hope you enjoy it!
Poetry | Updated Jul 2, 2013 | Reads: 42 | Comments: 15 | Likes: 25
bored in history, guess some info sunk in.
Poetry | Updated Jun 25, 2013 | Reads: 30 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
By Rachy Reg
I love to write poetry and over time I've written quite a few Lymerics so... enjoy this assortment!
A YOUNG MAN DOES JOBS FOR HIS UNCLE IN 1966 FOR HIS KEEP
Poetry | Updated Jun 7, 2013 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Hannah Engle
About thinking of a good first job for you, I think any age should read this when wanting a job. Hope you like it.
Essay | Updated May 10, 2013 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Consider this a debate, a discussion, a cry for help, a peaceful riot of sorts, I don't know. Here's an inside eye to the REAL America, through the eyes of someone who hasn't yet experienced a lot of the things that an adult has, someone who hasn't officially joined a religion or political...
By Farah Parker
Ethan desperately searches for work as Mayor Sarandon interviews internship applicants, Madeline tries to help Oliver spread the word about Duplicit but ends up meeting a hypnotherapist, Ryan deals with the after-effects of his hospitalization