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Random First Lines:A New Year; Time for change, a new life, a new lift, new...
What's the fascination with a New Year? Isn't it an opportunity to start anew? Does... » Read
Accept the question of â€˜changeâ€™ and let the magic and marvel unravel. The question of change is the key, which opens the doors of life-living wellness and personal excellence. The book is about unleashing your potential by simply unlocking the consciousness. Wonâ€™t you open...
A man getting off a bus trips and falls in front of a woman.
Short Story | Updated Mar 6, 2014 | Reads: 114 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
This a brief description of two different individuals' morning routines, one of them being a depressed, psychopathic ne'er-do-well, and the other an unnervingly cheery person who always puts a positive spin on everything.
Perspectives and the definition of. It's another one in the same style that I've been writing recently. Not sure if I should change it up or not. I am enjoying it! Guess we'll just see.
Enjoying life by observing people
This short story provides a philosophical perspective by entering the minds of two prison mates. Both have a reason to be in prison, though they both have one thing in common: they have lost their purpose in life, and that lack of purpose weighs them down like a ball and chain.
Young man who has been living in the world of twisted perspectives after he lost his love of life.
From the brown eyes that I used to like, he caught me looking around the classroom, assuming that I was watching people. I just wrote down what I saw during that class. And this is what happened.
By The Illusionist
My mind tends to disagree with itself too often. I view things from every perspective, some collide and are very complex to resolve... still cant explain it good enough... oh well
Need I have to?
Poetry | Updated Mar 29, 2010 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Rated for mild swearing.
A glimpse into a life of a man as told from the perspectives of three people who happened to know him; however little that knowledge was.
This is a piece I wrote for my Chinese literature class; I based the style off of several selections of avant-garde literature we...
By Curious Callie
An afternoon through the lenses of four different girls.
Poetry | Updated Dec 30, 2007 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
A new addition to my 'Female/Male Perspectives' short stories. Serious relationship issues/scenarios, at least, to those living them.