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By Tucker Haase
This is the story I wrote for OnTheSpot's 20th century contest. Results have yet to be published, but I'll edit this when I know. This story tells the tale of a pair of bootleggers during prohibition. Circa 1925. Hope you enjoy.
There ounce was a man who lived beside me and my other friend. I stayed at my friends house for a short times.
Adam Westcott is a severally abused fifteen year old boy. He is a loner at school with only one friend, he's in love with his male next door neighbor, and he's bullied at school for being a loner. The only solace he has is writing fictional stories about his life as a Prince. He is scared and...
This is an article about Restaurant Deals in the age of Internet. The article discusses the advantages of restaurant deals and how they are beneficial both for the patrons, as well as the businesses. Further, the article explains the restaurant deals on the Internet and specifically details the...
Natalia is in her last year of high school. Everything in her life is going according to her plan. Her friends are alongside her, she's working hard for her grades, and there is just the right amount of drama in her life. If she has it her way sheâ€™ll even get the guy she wants to go with...
High schools in Ontario, Canada, recently implemented a provincewide policy that serves to accommodate different faiths in schools.
Mackenzie is forced to be moved back to Stratford, Canada to live with her Cousin, Aunt and Uncle after both her parents die in unfortunate events. She soon realizes the move isn't as bad as she expected and comes across a long lost friend.
Out of sheer boredom; this was a form of amusement
Some days are like that.
This is my entry to Frank Atanacioâ€™s Dark-Keeper
Itâ€™s a short story about the antics of the Dark-Keeper,
and the slight possibility that he may not always get
what he wants.
I found this buried in a stack of papers while sorting junk mail to be discarded.
Itâ€™s a Birthday rhyme for my Brother â€œLeo the Lionâ€ written some time ago.
Iâ€™m adding it here because the rhyme application is for a â€œLeoâ€ born in 1946
and thought that other...
This poem is a reflection on a nuance of the title,