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By Jeff Bezaire
A pigeon, a cat, and a dog that can transform - the only friends a little girl needs . . . all of whom can talk of course.
When nine-year-old Abigale is chased through a veil of light by a shadow that has been tormenting her for most of her life, she finds herself in a foreign land filled with...
By Jeff Bezaire
Motivation for anyone who needs it.
A different (theological neutral) retelling and musing about life and our purpose on earth.
By Nikki Xayachack
This poem is very personal to me. In life people confront me or talk about me. Do they have the right to do that? It happens to all people as well rumors are like a bacterial virus that travels through the grapevine in society. Its up to us to deal with the mean remarks that leave our pride so...
In the dawn of history and today times changes with always what you have in your hand. Realizing the meaning of these words about our planet has been carved out as ever uncompleted short story.
By Fairbanks Port
Regarding self-preservation in the storms...
Beside live, what keeps us surviving and moving on is hopeâ€¦
Poetry | Updated Jul 26, 2014 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
By Sara Battaglia
This is a poem I wrote for Arbor Day as I stared out the window in my dorm at college. I go to college in the city, so I was inspired to write about the beauty and importance of trees for people who have lived in a world that lacks green. I am always inspired by nature, and I hope that others...
By Lag Seeing
ive said this is a young adult short story, because i think it would make the most sense to young adults. i wrote this not too long ago for a friend of mine as a birthday present, and now im putting it here. its a story about over coming the obstacles in your path, no matter what knocks you...
Short Story | Updated Feb 20, 2014 | Reads: 22 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
the frustrations of Waiting in a society that isn't
In this poem I make a unique comparison to people and rocks... weird it may sound but makes for an interesting poem in the end
By Maximum Red
i woke up from a nightmare one night and had only the phrase 'spinning and directionless wont let myself give in' i knew id never sleep until i poured out the poem that was straining to escape and this is what it was.
The pains of school
Poetry | Updated Mar 29, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
What our response should be to God during trials
By Cassidy Small
Anna Smith is a 16 year old girl living on Isle of Palms, South Carolina. Her dad lost his multimillion dollar job when the economy slumped and so the family had to trade their expensive Wild Dunes house for a humbler abode on Isle of Palms. The family had been Christians but they soon choose...