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Break his bones we would not say anything ," thats how I was introduced to my student maysam by his mother. A stubborn student who neither like studies nor talk to his father.
A short poem about the struggles of life.
This is one of my first writings and perhaps needs a little improvement. It is about my childhood and the negative impact of my fathers relationship with me and how it can change you as a person. Hopefully you can comment on where it can be improved but mainly i hope it can show that even if...
thoughts on a past
Poetry | Updated Mar 12, 2015 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This poem is about our life span and how it ends.
As we transition from old to new in 2015 we bring with us triumphs and tribulations, moments of pride and regret. For parents one of our greatest challenges and often times greatest source of angst, and sometimes sorrow, is not being the kind of supportive role model we had alway envisioned...
By Will Gray
Major anouncement at the school for the prom and HAPPY NEW YEAR
a mother searches for her son who was kidnapped when he was 6-years-old.
this is inspired by missing children.
It is life that we are blessed to be together with them. More than this they are always precious. :)
By Nocturnal Ponderings
I do not have an alcoholic influence in my life, but I have a loathing for irresponsible parents with a buzz and a desire to harm. Crappy poetry inspired by crappy events.
We take the most simple things in life for granted. Never look at a human being and tell your self i been through worse things than her or she can imagine, because chances are 9/10 they have experienced things you may never want to imagine on your worst nightmare.
Inspiration: "The Walking Dead" and "World War Z" ;D
Based on a novel where zombies are all around and all over the world. Where a bunch of people look after for hope and survival. And what they only looking for is, the chance to live!
By Joe Zaydon
On a rainy Tuesday, Harry â€“â€“ who's had more than a few life setbacks â€“â€“ finds himself taking his niece to the aquarium, which provides him with a little perspective.
A world where flies are sacred and the dead are buried in the sky
Short Story | Updated Oct 29, 2014 | Reads: 33 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0