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A successful relationship is more than a first physical attraction. It requires a lot of work from both parties to assure that the union is enduring and successful.
Societies and nations have become bastions for sexual peversion in the name of personal freedom but is it the road to disaster or is it a blessing............
By Eileen Mcguinness
It's common these days to accept what our parents and grandparents would have not in their day.The idea of two lemondrops snogging in public still fills me up with absolute revoltion and i for one cannot believe why God would have created man and woman if he had intended us both to be with the...
The darkness approaches can they save the world from the darkness and their darkies or is the world doomed
The priestess should protect them, even if it means death. Can someone show such goodness as to let oneself die for another? Will the priestess survive long enough to understand her...
Facts, information and secrets about the novel, 'Reveries and Passions'
By Airton Sobreira
There are life inside of the black mirror.
By Sara Blake
After a tragic encounter in which she lost her parents as a child, Luna Shade, now a teenage girl, has to do her best to keep her brother alive through the various attacks of the dark creatures. With a demon as her servant she now tries to turn the tables around and solve the mystery of her...
By Airton Sobreira
I saw two red roses painted in two cop of coffee.
Every morning days,people hold a cup of coffee to drink and lets free mind to fly in places and time.
I have a few ghosts - grievances, resentments, fears, passions, embarrassments, they all linger.
By Terry Collett
THE TWO SCHOOLGIRLS ARE IN MADGALENE'S BEDROOM ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
By Constantinos Grigoriadis
Passions and feelings that wait to arrive
this is an older poem. I think I was reflecting and noticing small changes inside in a new sobriety
Poetry | Updated May 7, 2007 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Nature built them inside us, like unruly children.