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If your parents would speak to me, this is what I would tell them...
By Georgina V Solly
How two sisters decide they have to be accepted as they are no matter what.
Short Story | Updated Aug 18, 2013 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
More background on my parents; a possible visit to see my dad or Paul.
It was raining while I wrote this. I thought the rain drops looked like diamonds. Cloud Diamonds...
The Ultimate in Pet Peeve Prevention!
This happens to everyone
Self decisions may lead to self destruction of one's disposition!!
Some background on my parents and a revelation on Kyle.
A simple poem about what most mothers and fathers see when their children want something they can't have.
Poetry | Updated Aug 10, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The girl who is broken, unable to feel the beauty of life. The horrors of life is all she sees.
Read with emotional music, gets better!
The story of a deppressed young girl on a wheelchair who's parents died and of an old, dangerous tower.
Elise was a normal girl living in east London, until she makes friends with her new neighbours Megan and John and gets herself into a lot of trouble over the short summer. Her normal boring teenager life is now turned into something she never expected, but she has to decide does she want to be...
A scary time during the first years of my son's life.
By Liam Strong
This is for futureauthor's Birthday contest, and I hope it does well, the idea really sends me good waves that it'll do well...enjoy!
Short Story | Updated Jul 24, 2013 | Reads: 32 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 4
No place is safe from the virus. The infected are a threat, but the sickness is even worse. It can find any way it can to get to us, to kill us off, one by one. The world that we lived on for so long is trying to kill us off, and thereâ€™s no way to stop it.
Likewise, thereâ€™s no...