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A someone finding true meaning â€¦
This is a fiction story about finding yourself through love and remorse; about finding oneÂ´s soul while getting lost at the same time. ItÂ´s about lust, itÂ´s about lies, itÂ´s about being human. I hope you enjoy !
By Patricia Mcgurk Martin
This is a short poem about an African child who listens to his mother's advice when he is slightly depressed about the condition of the world - the world in which he is sometimes harshly judged as an African, and as a member of the black race, as well.
By Henry Kipp
A coming of age tale of a teenage boy quickly becoming a young man. He is reaching early manhood in a broken home with troubles all around him. He yearns to find a way out, to separate himself from all the drama and heartache his home life bears. Soon enough his way out will arise, but he...
Sometimes I can't think of a good writing subject. So I close my eyes and let my mind wander. I will see and image that strikes a note in my heart. Then I can put the pen to paper and words flow out. A story evolves around the image. When I wrote this story I saw a farmer's son come out of a...
It's pretty short, no need to explain.
Poetry | Updated Feb 19, 2012 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
State of mind in my solitude.
This is an excerpt of my short story "The budding & the frocken". It is not a direct excerpt, it is slighlty changed in order to fit the format of a short story for the site. I hope to upload the story by the end of the month.
P.S The last paragraph is completly different from the original...
By Daniel Manning
Cam Donaldson is an ordinary guy: he lives on a farm, gets decent marks in school, plays on the football team, and has a crush on a girl he's known since kindergarten. By all appearances, Cam Donaldson is an average joe-- until he gets on the battlefield.
Cam might be an ordinary guy in the...
By Heather Mirassou
A poem inspired by Emily Bronte!
This is my first short story , it is an account of my choice between two life styles, that of the educated upperclass and that of the hard working lower class.
Hope you enjoy.
By Robert Wright
Once again, it is about the measure of a man. Are we not more than the sum of our parts?
Essay | Updated May 22, 2010 | Reads: 27 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 3
Tanis Joy's Challenge:
Poetry | Updated Mar 25, 2009 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 9 | Likes: 26
Final truth, and lines not to be crossed
Poetry | Updated Sep 9, 2007 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
This poem is about the way life changes our perceptions of manhoon.