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By Liam Strong
These thoughts quell my feelings at times...the best way I think to take it apart is to write about it...so, this is a story of me, the once cheater, who couldn't see who he was anymore...
Poetry | Updated Jun 16, 2013 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
By Niall Cassidy
One of the most difficult questions in job interviews is: tell me about your weakness.
Most people find it a very uncomfortable question to answer, because it may affect their image in front of their potential employers. After all, no employer wants to hire a worker who is careless, lazy,...
Article | Updated May 25, 2013 | Reads: 891 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 4
Asuka was molded at a very young age to become a woman of many trades. What people didn't expect is that when you create a robot it can be hard to retrain. Many have felt the wrath, from the streets of New York City, to the underground in Tokyo. Even Korea knows her scent. An individual with...
Inner struggles are fun
perâ€¢suaâ€¢sion: the act of persuading; the act of influencing the mind by arguments or reasons offered, or by anything that moves the mind or passions, or inclines the will to a determination.
Adonis a young creationist, turns his colony into fighters, but as the war comes he isn't so sure he's a reliable leader.
By Pippa Stoneheart
This is a poem I'll soon be using in my upcoming novel. It's Jared Dawson's (character in the novel) own version.
By Peter Amaral
Love spending late nights in deep conversation - but to what end?
It was an argument essay for my english class. We had an excerpt to read by Daniel Boorstein, which is why he is mentioned several times in the essay, and then we had to defend, challenge, or qualify his statement. I defended. Only had 40 minutes to do it, which is why it's so short!
Essay | Updated May 13, 2010 | Reads: 1575 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Ever been in one of those...
Anna Bennet grew up accustomed to having the world in the palm of her hand. Her parents spared no expense, but they made sure to keep their youngest child sheltered from the horrors of the world around her, leaving her in an idyllic innocence and naivete. When Anna turns eighteen, she enters...