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This is a spoken word poem, meant to be performed. I hope reading it can do some good too. Enjoy.
By Alan Fashion
So many people worry today about worry. But is there something they are worrying about that should concern them. Or that is going on the background they are not fully aware of but would like to bring to the forefront. Maybe there is. The author suggest that there are genuine reasons some worry....
By Alan Fashion
Some find it hard to get social skills. They've tried other books but nothing seems to work. The author suggests a revolutionary approach that may work where others have failed. You have to go more with the flow. Try to see where your strengths and weaknesses truly lie to find better social...
Poetry | Updated Nov 1, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Nick Banks
Women are great, don't get me wrong. But every now and then, one springs up where I ask myself 'Where do you get these ideas from?!'
By Georgina V Solly
As the title suggests this is tale about a problem of identity, together with its solution.
By Cosmic Crow
Response to three Writers
Cooper Thompson's "A New Vision of Masculinity"
Robert Johnson's "Owning Your Own Shadow"
Susan griffins's "Idealogies of Madness"
By Mike Florio
Here's another short story I wrote about a month ago. I wanted to keep this one in a compilation of stories about the west coast of America, most of these stories having to do with Hollywood's portrayal of life. Anyway, enjoy!
A new day has dawned,
and the sun's on its rise.
The stars fade elegantly,
while the night ebbs away.