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By Bader Albahiti
This is a short play about being centered and in harmony in the universe. It is easy to be charismatic when you are centered. And the mask that covers the foolishness of the fool has yet to be discovered.
By Christian Taylor
This poem that talks about the state of the world especially with the events that is happening in the Middle East right now. Hopeing for peaceful a resolution soon.
Poetry | Updated Sep 29, 2012 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 14
Josephine Rivers is 10 years old when her parents get divorced. To avoid the mess, her parents send her to summer camp where she meets Marcus. Flash forward a few years, and the two meet again. However, Josie is scarred from her past. This is a story of first love, and what they say is true- the...
By Mentis Cibum
A short story I attempted for Middle Child Challenge!!, hosted by Shellie Burg. Originally, I had typed out different scenarios having to do with emotions, but because I could not choose between them, I simply left the story as it was. Enjoy! :)
By Shellie Burg
A short story contest.
By Craig Dressler
This link is to an excerpt from the Christian espionage novel entitled Heart of Terror.
I started this novel here more than a year ago and took it offline and polished it up a bit. This is my first Indie Book and it turned out to be a very rewarding experience. I learned so much doing it and had a great time.
By Mattie Jane
This scene happens every single road trip I have ever gone on. I think it speaks to all the children who have ever been thrown in the back seat on one of those awful 6 hour+ car trips
Poetry | Updated Aug 24, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Dawn Derpsquee
A memoir about me, some of the events in my life and the story of how I met my love.
Four thirteen year old girls live in the same apartment building, but hardly know each other. Alyssa, the cheerleader, Alexandra, the jack-of-all-trades, Sarah, the preppy one, and Elanor, the theatre freak. They step into an elevator and find that there is a jam, and they'll be stuck in there...
By Crystal Manistee
Abby Catillia was born to a tigress and a vampire but the only thing supernatural about her is her hair she can't seem to tame.
Soon before her thirteenth birthday weird changes begin to happen to her and her bffs, will these changes work out for the best?
Her eyes burned and her skin missed the cool breeze. Walking in the ponds ,which were few in number because of the hot and dry climate, she looked forward the wind to come and bring the news for all. They live in a village isolated by the will of nature. No one has entered or has come out of...
Rachel has just started middle school, and hates it, that is, until she meets the smartest boy in the whole district, Yves. She boldly asks him out, and to her surprise, he says yes. But soon breaks up with her. They soon develop an odd friendship and rivalry. She still loves him, but she is...
As you may see i have written a few on lifeâ€™s journeys
This is the tree stages of life as i see it
Poetry | Updated Jul 5, 2012 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Told in the first person, this is a short story about a gay American nurse and his Iranian boyfriend, Shapour. A workplace bully picks on Shapour because of his ancestry. Willing to stand up for justice, will he learn how to defend himself when the time comes?