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This is the true story of my Childhood, and the adventures life I had as a young girl.
I dedicate this story to my family and dear friends in Africa, D.R.Congo.
TO BE CONTINUED!
There is blade against silver blade, evil blood spilling and mixing with good blood, and light charging into the darkest of places in the name of the Lord. Of course, we do not see this. An endless battle between God's Angels and the Devil's Slaves is going on all around us and, yet, we can not...
By Zvi Zaks
Confirmed rationalist Dr. Eli Rothenberg thought he had left fantasy and talk of childhood psychic gifts in the past. However, a crisis of conscience sends him to Europe on a research grant, and Eli finds himself pursued by an ancient vampiric entity, the ghost of Hitler. A Hasidic Jew he'd met...
The streets of Vienna: A handsome Kuwaiti walks up and introduces himself to Mormon missionary Kevin "Red" Davis. A week later the U.S. President is dead, the Vice President in a coma. Chaos reigns as the Supreme Court overturns the Presidential Succession Act of 1947, and a power struggle...
By Shmuel Yacobi
Pandemonium Revisited is an epic poem about John Milton's soul experience with the fallen angels. His soul went to Pandemonium and learned the fascinating role of the fallen angels in creating false religions, enemy sects, warring denominations, blind belief doctrines, never ending hermeneutics...
A teenage girl has a goal of publishing a manuscript, but it seems to all come to a close when her only chance of publishing it backfires. To find what is missing from her work, she embarks on a journey to Mexico, where adventure, romance, and life lessons are there to give her what she needs.
Novel | Updated Jun 28, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 4
These "Epitaph" poems were inspired and informed by the life of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate: "Mother Teresa Of Calcutta, India". Hyperlinks to her life story are provided at the end of this posting.
Epitaph 6 is for women. Epitaph 7 is intended for men.
This was written with complete...