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An old widow is brutally killed with a vicious blow to the back of her... » Read
A heart-felt letter of thanks to my beloved.
By Maverick Jones
My thoughts on Barack Obama.
By Haley Choi
A sister's brief letter to whoever is willing to listen.
A letter to someone I like.
A warning, an advice. Short text that expresses a moral.
Miscellaneous | Updated Jun 29, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
~I don't know who I'm writing to, but whoever you are, I may be dead~
Short Story | Updated Jun 26, 2014 | Reads: 31 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
this poem i wrote for my loving partner who has stuck by me through alot with me and myy family and i just want to say kosh i love you more everyday....
just a poem to tell your special someone who much you love them cause you never no when it could be your last chance.
Poetry | Updated Jun 22, 2014 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
If I could see you again, these are the words that I would say.
Based off a true story "Scarred" is about Jasmine Gheith finding out she was sexually abused, and how he life takes twists and turns. Will she need to go to trial? How did she meet Oprah? And where is she today?
BriannasBooks poetry contest entry.
My second short story, also for a contest! Let me know what you all think of it!
This is something I wrote to Jem Wolf, a character in my short novel Stolen by Wolves. I had a bad case of writers block and at the same time I was trying to figure Jem out. In the end I felt kind of bad for him so I wrote him this.
By Future Promise
My only inspirations are past mistakes and future promise.
Short Story | Updated May 16, 2014 | Reads: 59 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
My father has a deep hatred for the Japanese for their genocide at Nanjing and their of occupation Taiwan in World War II. My fatherâ€™s fatherâ€™s father, a mainland Chinese, he died from blows of a Japaneseâ€™s boots to his head. Kicked to death. His greater hatred comes from...
By Mr Watson
A wifes last letter and feelings to her soldier husband