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By Georgina V Solly
Memories of a past romance.
My teacher had us read the original "A Modest Proposal" and then create one of our own. Mine was short but I think it gets the point across.
Bigger is not always better. Small churches provide in ways that large and megachurches cannot.
By Stacy Fae
What's your story?
A motivational poem!!!
By Alena Adams
Thoughts on universal energy, human energy, human biofield, time, our connection to the Universe and God.
When you stop to think why people act in the way they do, instead of viewing their actions objectively, the plot you can contrive from their movements can get very interesting indeed.
Short Story | Updated Dec 29, 2012 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Priyanka Singh
In this study show the Adolescence adjustment characterized as a period of change, not only in terms of individual physical and cognitive development, but also in terms of the changes that occur in the adolescentsâ€™ social contexts. In this period offers special challenges and...
Two friends have finished their first year of college, and the time has come for them to both go home for the summer. The narrator watches his friend pack, filled with words he wants to say, but can't.
Your greatest friend may be your self
How all partnerships/Marriages can work with a little wisdom
If you are willing to listen
Something to think about
Poetry | Updated Jun 17, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
In this poem, I'm basically begging one of my best friends to stay in high school because he's destroying his life otherwise.
By Brian Peza Perrins
We all have regrets in some form or the other.
There's always that thing in life that you just don't understand. Or why it had to happen. Years later, you get your lesson that you never knew could be hidden because it was so obvious. This is what happened to Cody Haven.
Short Story | Updated Jul 30, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Everything is fine;
Thatâ€™s what my father said all the time.