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FOR MY LATE SON OLIVER. 1984-2014.
Poetry | Updated Mar 9, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By R A B Bradbury
I wrote this for LetsGetReading's short story competition - include a song lyric. 3rd Place Winner!
The song I chose lyrics from was Metallica - Until it Sleeps - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3WIHtOmkBg
I hope everyone enjoys it!
Short Story | Updated Apr 24, 2013 | Reads: 39 | Comments: 6 | Likes: 9
A religious cult has caused disruption and outrage by interrupting Church services throughout West Cornwall with 'loud and Satanic' music.
Just a simple article on rock music to let all you non-rock lovers to let you know what you are missing
By Could Not Think Of A Good 1
Eliza Rockefeller, yes of the famous New York Rockefellers, had a problem. People thought she was crazy and she had begun to think it too, esp. when her blackouts started occurring. After another accident, she is sent to the illusive The Academy. What she finds out there is sure to change her...
By Professor Iconoclast
This poem's based on a true story.
This is a piece directly about life and my relation to depression, poetry and how I deal with things -- the title is somewhat lifted from the excellent Metallica song, and I hope that the structure of this poem is as pleasingly complex as some of their most subtle songs.
A unique pair of street urchins make fast friends when the chips are stacked against them.
Title speaks for itself. Teach this to your kids so they know some of the most famous names in rock!
A review of the four best metal albums of the year!
this is one of the first short stories i have ever written and i consider it to be possibly my best short story to date. i wrote it about a year and a half ago for my freshmen creative writing class. it was written in the span of a week or so, and was around the time that i was first developing...
An essay, explaining Metallica's over-successful career.
A poem about Rock and Roll. Some songs are used in this poem. The following songs are used:
Symphony of Destruction - Megadeth
Shockwave - Black Tide
Enter Sandman - Metallica
Number of the Beast - Iron Maiden
Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin
Cowboys From Hell - Pantera
Eclipse - Pink...