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The Perks of Being a Wallflower written by Stephen Chbosky.
A book review following my personal opinions.
Bob and Sue are dead, but they still keep in touch.
Miscellaneous | Updated Nov 15, 2013 | Reads: 30 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 9
The words we speak can kill or create life. You chose.
Poetry | Updated Nov 7, 2013 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
As life bring a teenage girl further and further south, both figuratively and literally, she has to battle against terrifyingly real and metaphorical characters that are looking to kill her at all costs.Â Written completely in letters to and from the protagonist, as well as entries into her...
By Oliver Daisies
Youâ€™re the only one I know
To see beauty in the dark and
I miss your reassurance that
Here in the dark
Is any different and
Here we can
All be doves.
It's a very short poetry. Just ranting on.
Our addiction to the use of cell phones.
â€œThe course of true love never did run smooth.â€ (Shakespeare). This became evident in cruel fashion in case of Divya and Ilavarasan. Ilavarasan and Divya belonged to different castes. Ilavarasan belonged to Dalit community and Divya came from a higher Vanniyar community. When their...
By Lady Stefluffy Of The Fluffies
Letters that I want to say to people, but I can't in real life.
By Brooke Cooper
Willow and Beau are two young complete strangers who are helping eachother through some tough times with just handwritten letters when they both really need someone to talk to. Knowing nothing about eachother is becoming more of a mystery as clues show they could be closer to eachother than they...
Novel | Updated Oct 10, 2013 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Joanna Strafford
Odessa is heart broken after her former love betrayed her and married another instead. However, she decides it is best to use her "life lesson," in the form of a painting. She realizes that most people who come into your life donâ€™t purposely want to hurt you or let you down, it just...
Keaton Marlone isn't the normal guy; he's not a jock, not popular, and isn't overly smart, either. He doesn't have anything quirky about him, other than one thing:
He's looking for true love. In particular, he wants one girl.
Only.... he just hasn't quite found her yet.
By Vanessa Telaro
This is my first ever poem about heartbreak.
Theresa and Maggie had kept a secret between them. The time has come for them to reveal it. Would they be loved or hated?
words, what are they
Poetry | Updated Sep 12, 2013 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5