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Random First Lines:Have you ever looked in the mirror and just hate what you see? I know that feeling. I wonâ€™t tell you my name right now I just want you to... » Read
A collection of thoughts and lessons I have gathered through-out my short years as a welder/skilled-tradesman. I hope you enjoy!
People in hats can be very mysterious especially if you're a little drunk and walking around late at night. My best advice is to leave them alone. From a very early age most of us learn that it's not a good idea to talk to strangers...
By Christian Taylor
A poem about how some days we just want to be left alone and avoid the world outside.
Poetry | Updated Jun 30, 2010 | Reads: 324 | Comments: 7 | Likes: 17
This book is really a life lessons. It is one one of the hardest subjects two talk about...gays. This story hides no secrets, nor any lies. It follows the life of two boys who are just falling in love. But they are typical teenager. This boy is not just for gays. It is for every single person....
â€œMom, I donâ€™t want a high school tutor! What if heâ€™s someone from school? That would be awkward, and what if I make a fool of myself? Theyâ€™ll probably tell everybody in the whole school!â€ I argued.
â€œTegan, I canâ€™t do anything now. Itâ€™s too...
Its a short story to what i see in a teenagers life.
im a teenager myself. its my first bit of writing i've submitted, Comment? thanks.
By Kelsy Copperfield
Life doesn't always work out the way you plan, but it's what you make of it that counts. Jessie learns this lesson when her friend Brendan's heart starts to fail in sophomore year of high school. Nobody knows what is going to happen to Brendan and Jessie doesn't know if she can deal with it.
It's about growing and letting go. Try not to think about the characters so much but instead the thoughts and feelings and go from there...
Short Story | Updated Jun 2, 2010 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 6
A new perspective from an unlikely source.
Poetry | Updated May 26, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Jackie Madden Haugh
Sometimes where we are is exactly where we're meant to be - to learn a life lesson. We might like it, but it's there for a reason.
By Matthew Swanton
R.I.P. Grandma, you were the best, and you will remain in my heart
I am aware of who I am completely--NOW.
I often write down little things about people. Some of these are imagined or inspired by reality and then embellished. Some of them are completely factual, down to the last detail. The trick is that I'm the only one who knows which is which.
In the late 1800s, it was common for parents to arrange marriages for their children. But when the motives are hidden, it can make coping difficult.
Enter Tobias Withering, a middle-aged lonely man who was conned into marrying a teenage girl. The two hadn't met each other in their lives so you...
Life at its best. Life at its worst. A compilation of life's experiences we overlook or simply do not understand.
This is my first novel and with it, I have put together all the stories I have that never made it past the first page. Each story represents the thoughts and observations I've made...