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They work for "The Morning Sun" in London. Frank Battle is the editor of the newspaper.
Loch Ness is... » Read
This is short story from Death's POV.
While I was deciding where I wanted to go with my Footprint story I stumbled across this meditation and decided very quickly that it was a good summary of my Footprint story. Except for posting on the web, this meditation represents the only other time I attempted to â€œtell my storyâ€...
Motivational poem... Take the risk!
Poetry | Updated Dec 10, 2009 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
Basically this poem is about how sometimes people are different than they seem .Steve's relationship with the girl is misinterpreted by all ,just because he is different than them the judge him creepy and weird not realizing it could be a mask
By Francis Berryman
this poem is different to my other pieces, mainly because it is a more tongue-in-cheek kind of poem. Its meant to be a humourous look at the afterlife, and the time when we are supposedly judged, but it also gives a warning in its own way, allowing a satirical look, but one that gives meaning. ...
After you die, can you imagine what will happen? I believe in God so I included Him in this, but the one thing in this poem that no one can deny; you will die!
Here is a small list of ways people flee an identity crisis. Tension-arousing circumstances are uncomfortable, sometimes so uncomfortable that they force a person to question their own identity and values. However, a person can be flexible and consistent when forced to choose between...
A long night goes badly wrong for a not-so-innocent man, just when he's beginning to taste freedom.
By Reticent One
judging others doesnt make sense, we have enough flaws to deal with of our own
By Arnold Grabocka
A fictional legend about ten little kids. Has double meanings.
Poetry | Updated Apr 16, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
The court is in session, and your life is being judged. You can be thankful those wiser than yourself are allowed the privilege of dispensing the verdict.
Miscellaneous | Updated Feb 6, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
People getting away with what they can thinking they have plenty of time to repent or do they or anyone? Why wait until the last second or ones death bed question poem.
Poetry | Updated Dec 11, 2008 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By The Scales
They were a perfect couple. He loved her, but what he unintelligently neglected was she loved him more. After a brutal display of emotions, the ultimate shocking truth is revealed, which will forever haunt him, even in the afterlife...
This piece is one of those personal ones, not so much about the deeds done within the poem, but more so, the emotions felt by the narrator of the story. This is a story about the judgment that others dish out and the havoc that that leaves behind...
Poetry | Updated Nov 4, 2008 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 5