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By Jl Reaper
A man struggles to keep his home from being destroyed.
Claire looks back on 1965.
Compares a carpenter who builds homes in this life to the carpenter's Son who builds homes in the next life for all those who believe in Him.
By Elton Camp
Fred learns the meaning of "binding agreement"
This short essay briefly explains what I mean when I say that I am a reacher. Especially in regards to my career path, and my drive for higher education.
By Bill Rayburn
The lone black resident of a cul de sac finally wanders over to his neighbors Friday Evening wine-klatch. (approx. 1500 words)
ANother part of Pork Skins
Short Story | Updated Jan 29, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The grass is not always greener nor life easier - across the street.
The Blue Sky,the Wee Mouse Family,the Birds, the Ginger Cat, the Snail, the 10 Children who live at No. 12 Deep End Street, the Neighborhood Skunk and a glorious summer day in which all of these play their parts, have good and not so good adventures, learn something, grow and little and all's...
By Angel Of Life
its a romance, horror, thriller, comedy, and awsome story all at the same time!
theres a new girl in the neighborhood, well two new girls. they are twins, so identical, not even their parents can tell them apart. all they know is one of them had a breakdown last year, the normal twin,...
The 5th part of the history of Richard Channing
A POEM ABOUT MY CHILDHOOD AND MY PAST..
The war...the good side of town and the poor side, my side. They recruited us, made us into traitors when we were too young to understand that was what they were doing. We soon became the ultimate enemies.
After the fateful first meeting, all Elle and Ian seem to do is fight. But what happens when the fight goes overboard? Do they really hate each other as much as they say?
After a hard day of working John Carnes loved to relax in front of the television. But his favorite show wasn't on any network. it was one he had created, over the years John had wired every house and apartment in his neighborhood with cameras. Now he had his own cable channels on which he...