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Random First Lines:The wonderful Playground Rubber Tiles offer the features of anti-fatigue and this is surely the most wanted by your kids. The kids from around the... » Read
Hannah has just moved to Hawaii from Australia. Her parents had won the lottery and bought themselves a rather large home and just decided to tell their daughter. Rather confused Hannah befriends a group of surfers, but she's getting herself in deeper than she realized. The small local town of...
Darkness surrounds a city seperated form the mainland by vast rivers. A virus is unleashed...this is the way the world ends.
A complete course in Acrylic Painting for both expert and beginner alike. No previous drawing or painting experience required. The book is based on the artist's (Brian Simons) highly successful Acrylic Painting Workshops in Canada and the US.
Great emphasis is placed on helping the painter to...
By Poet 3
My Marine os finishing training, so he doesn't get ot come home for a long time. And I miss him already. This is how much. lol
By Poet 3
A poem dedicated to a special Marine.
The funniest story you will ever read, period.
My brother is the single most important person in my life. I've never tried to publish this poem, its not that good. But, it means alot to me...but the form is convoluted
By Lindsy Clapp
An AIM conversation between me and my baby Scotty. We both are being overly sarcastic :D
p.s. my real name is Katie, Lindsy Clapp is only my pen name hehe
Miscellaneous | Updated Aug 4, 2008 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 7
I wrote this after viewing the film "Full Metal Jacket" on television. It was a nice movie, but what really struck me was this character played by Vincent D'Onofrio, Pvt. Pyle. This is for him and for those who are like him.
The year is 2045, and the Bio War is finally over. Mankind has made excellent progress in technology, military weaponry, and quality of life in general. But all of this is going to change when John Blakely and three other squad members discover that civilians are going missing in New York...
I could but it would spoil the surprise. Mishell is not like the other girls...
I wrote this as part of an informal writing challenge on a forum-based writers' community. I provided the picture with the poem to see what you guys think of it as a representation.
Poetry | Updated Apr 26, 2008 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Roisin Moriarty
Sam makes a hard choice
Short Story | Updated Nov 19, 2006 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
By Roisin Moriarty
This is not a political statement, more an exploration of what happens to those who torture others. One American marine in Iraq finds out.
Short Story | Updated Nov 19, 2006 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1