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By Sharon Nancy
My story, my lesson.
Miscellaneous | Updated Aug 20, 2013 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
David, a man down on his luck, writes a story to his family describing the events leading up to his attempt at suicide.
Short Story | Updated Aug 11, 2013 | Reads: 40 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A very short dream about a young man in the big city looking for love in the wrong place and finding something other and more instead.
By Invisible Art
It's about a girl, who finally drops everything to follow her dreams. She constantly got put down in the past and isn't letting that stop her this time, or will she? She makes some friends along the way and as she grows as a person, she helps everyone around her, including her brother who needs...
The first book of many about controversial topics which don't shy away from taboos, love, life, and simplicity through the eyes of a girl called "M". This book is unexplainable and a must read for people who are open-minded to all types of literature. The book is written through the first person...
By Samone Devine
Confessions of a lost mind. Being what others want her to be. Finally realized what's real and what's not
Dedicated to my cousin Suggah Evette
Poetry | Updated Jun 24, 2013 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Life; love it, hate it, forget it - you still have to live it.
By Jennifer Donahue
When you find yourself in some heat, life usually throws you something to put it all in perspective. Like a turtle.
Essay | Updated May 30, 2013 | Reads: 182 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Poetry | Updated May 26, 2013 | Reads: 58 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Raine E
How often it takes someone else to open our eyes to what the really important things are in life....what a blessing it is when someone 'reminds' us that there is a great deal more life left.....never grow old too soon, put on your dancing shoes, a smile and get out there!
My proper goodbye to a woman who meant the world to me and taught me many things.
By Jan Gabriel
This is a short expose, substance limited due to word count constraints for a publication, about how I came to terms with being gay -- or rather, how everyone else found out.
By Soumya Wadhwa
For people who love to hope. For people who are finding hope. For people who have lost hope but are courageous enough to find it. In short, its for PEOPLE and for HOPE.
This poem is about a doctor who witnesses the brutality inflicted on children on a daily basis in an Emergency Room.
I can remember a conversation I had, that unbeknown to me at the time, would one day shape my entire attitude towards life and make some of the most painful and challenging and testing experiences that were yet to happen, bearable. And not just bearable, but valuable.
It was only 8 words in...