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A GIRL AND HER PARENTS AND SISTER AND TALK OVER TEA BOUT BOYS AND HAVING A BOYFRIEND IN 1962
Poetry | Updated May 7, 2015 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
My experience of moving to West Virginia in November of 2000, when both my grandfather and great-grandfater were both dying. I wanted to spend time with them, as they were both my heros and two of the most loved individuals in my life. I was in a strange city, with no friends, no job which means...
A GIRL'S NON REPLY TO HER PARENTS' SELDOM LETTERS AS SHE HEALS IN A NURSING HOME IN 1959
Poetry | Updated Apr 30, 2015 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This story is about a boy called max who does not get along with his parents. But what does max do with his life?
By The Roseless Thorn
This is a very small sample of work that I have recently been working on. Critiques would be great. I really want to improve my writing in so many ways.
This is basically about a teenager who considers herself lifeless, and often finds herself stuck in her own thoughts.
By Ted Gerard
Another passing thought. What do you think?
By Tag Cavello
About your children growning up...
Poetry | Updated Apr 12, 2015 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
"What if the Declaration of Independance was never written?" ... I was asked this question and began to produce the following production, "The Wrong King". Freedom is non-existent, only prisoners and people exist, no citizens or passer-byers. This is a small preview of what is to come of this novel.
I would walk through hell or whatever it takes to be with you again. I love you
After an argument just two weeks ago, Cat loses the one person who means the entire world to her, all because of one
By Ted Gerard
I wrote this when I was 10 years old. Now all these years later I understand what it means...
Chronos is coming
By Ted Gerard
Just a passing thought...
By James Edgar Cooper
Parents play a huge part in a child's life. They should give them warmth and protection, security and safety from the evils of the world. They should understand when their Son or Daughter is upset or is worried about something and offer a loving hand... But what if your Son or Daughter told you...
By Reyna Matthews
I wrote this poem when I was, well, in a difficult time of my life. Something happened, I was not happy, and this poem was born. After reading this, I hope that all the parents of children and teens will pause and rethink their actions towards the kids. Do they deserve it? Have you been paying...