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By Ted Gerard
It's about a succubus, demon hunters and a young girl becoming a woman of sorts...
By Beatrice Bee
Poem, just a little diddy
By Miss Lea
As we have now passed 7 billion in our world's population, it's a wonder whether or not the 1 in a million is still possible... or are they all on vacation...
This is not a story about love
This is a story about lust
By Laurie Amber
Alternate ending for my English class project of the novel
Essay | Updated Jun 4, 2014 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Crimson Star Locket
In the year of 1864, Catherine Marshall's parents chose a suitor for her to marry, whose name is Peter Clark. Now, during their wedding ceremony, in Catherine's mind she doesn't want to marry Peter. Will Catherine be available to break off the marriage, or will she be a good little wife bounded...
By Crimson Star Locket
In the year of 1864, Catherine Marshall's parents chose a suitor for her to marry, whose name is Peter Clark. Now, during their wedding ceremony, in Catherine's mind she doesn't want to marry Peter or have anything to do with him. Will Catharine be available to break off the marriage, or will...
By Deborah Hayward
Humorous poem about men
Poetry | Updated May 24, 2014 | Reads: 27 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 3
Two young men sit and ponder.
Please let me know what you think. This is one of my newer poems.
Poem about soldiers in the Veitnam war
Poetry | Updated May 15, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Vellan Shadow
It's a fantasy setting. There exist many races and people. You will now them all in the end.
There is a small warning attached to this, it can get gruesome at some times.
By Saiyed Mohib
A few things need to be said about this work at the outset.
Firstly; this is a serious effort to understand the Soofi way of life which has over a billion adherents.
Secondly; this story is full of home-truths, clichÃ©s, and truisms.
Thirdly; it is a bit of a talking-down-at-you kind...
Needless to state that nobody is suggesting, or rather no one wants that people guilty of sexual offences of serious types should remain above stringent punishment. However, at the same time, it's also pertinent that fair sex involved in unfair practise of misusing laws should not be allowed...
I thought that writing this out might help you guys understand more interpretations of both the major characters and the novel as a whole.