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By The Blood Red Dress
A mysterious foreigner shows up in the village of Akrabat, Turkmenistan. I apologise for people who find this politically incorrect about Akrabat, Russia and Turkmenistan overall. I didn't find very much about Turkmenistan, only the internet was my reference, so I had to make the scenery up ><"
By Farkas Spencer
A poem written a long time ago in a middle school based on a short story written shortly beforehand.
This is a story I did for my English class of a female living in the Middle Ages. She's in love with the Prince but he doesn't even notice her. Instead, the King takes interest in her. Find out what happens next.
*Mini News* ~ As I mentioned, this story was featured in a project I did for my...
Short Story | Updated Oct 7, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5
5 teams; red,black,blue,green,and purple must race to the top of the school to capture the flag.Sounds easy right? Wrong.Each team was to hunt,kill,and steal in order to reach the roof of the school.Rumor has it that there is a powerful boss up there that can only give one team the flag..after...
By Rev Walter
20 years after his father is kidnapped James must face the truth
In rise of the chaos in the Middle East, these words came to me. It does take a minimal amount of political awareness to understand where I am going with this. The beauty behind it is can be looked at in a few different ways but it points to one general thought.
By Mentis Cibum
An evil mastermind makes his victim understand his reasoning behind his murder.
After heavy clashes, an activist chats to a taxi driver
By Liam Cooper
Description of middle age
Poetry | Updated Aug 15, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Some background on my parents and a revelation on Kyle.
Running backk to a place where you rememeber life being easier.
Essay | Updated Jul 31, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A poem intended to talk about the downtrodden, the disillusioned and the disheartened in Our Modern Generation.
This satire is told from the point of view of Jack Curtis, a son of a struggling middle class family, who has always been ridiculed by his rich and pompous uncle for repeatedly failing to find something that he is good at. Well, after years of failure after failure, he is finally ready to share...
This is a collection of the pain of those who have been oppressed. I belong to each of the groups in the poem; women, lgbt, black. The poem symbolizes my struggle to understand how I should react to such oppression in a way that is respectful and honest.
Poetry | Updated Jul 14, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The short story of a fallen lord and the judgement of the king.