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By Rajan Thapaliya
This is first park of my Novel " The Empty Mirror"
When peoples loose everything in the life then life becomes like the empty mirror.
stories from my past.
This is a story of how our Government is falling apart and the way it can be fixed. It takes courage in order to repair our country and this should be done to allow the American people to get what they want done quickly.
Poem is inspired by the earthquake that hit japan.
I'm from Louisiana.When I was little my parents use to abuse me and my brohers/sisters.CPS peoples came to my mother and father home and took us away.My daddy aunt took us in with her and that was a bad thing.She had me,two sisters and one brother.She abuse us bad.Thats something that I will...
P.S : am not talking here about suicide,cut.love.. etc am talking about humanity ,, this is two parts about something happened with me yesterday and about the world .. it's long but it's worth reading...
Poetry | Updated Nov 14, 2009 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 2
By Brian Peza Perrins
There are lot's of lonely old people in the world with time on their hands to look back in their lives.
By Ball Point Pen
erica moves to Georgia. Afer moving from California and being the stuck up blonde that she is, things don't go as good as she wants. Sure, she might be get want she wants, including a boy that no one can have.. Life turns upside down.
Novel | Updated Jan 8, 2009 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
In this eagerly awaited book, the cultural anthropologist Peter N. Jones brings fifteen years and over twenty-five projects to bear on one of the more controversial questions in contemporary American anthropology and American Indian studies. Are contemporary American Indian tribes of the...
The field of molecular anthropology has grown in recent years with the advent of new methodologies and theoretical assumptions. The field has been particularly insightful in helping understand the initial peopling of North America. In this book, Peter N. Jones discussed the field of molecular...
By James Gagiikwe
Canadian First Peoples archaeology