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An essay I wrote in my Senior year of High School (with a few improvements) on What It Means To Be An Indian using the work of Sherman Alexie as a basis of the essay. Now, I did put a BIT of my own views into this updated version. However, before you go an say
Still a work in progress but this story, once completed will be the story where the main character is the city. From the perspective of nine very different people, we see a corrupt city in the works of various levels. What do A Runaway, a Vigilante, a Prostitute, a Detective, a Millionaire, a...
I wrote this entry based on my feelings that day, it was quite ago and I was feeling very emotional and political at the same time. I decided to write a political emotional poem. Hope it inspires a person to think differently.
This poem is made to honor the whistleblowers who gave up their freedoms to educate the public of injustices in our government.
A straight-forward partly narrative poem also protesting the Iraqi war
The dark-comedy book giving you a guide on how to survive in the "New World", which is really just a post-apocalyptic form of Russia, without all the zombies. No zombies, just nukes. Also, an insanely deadly virus. Along with that, there are people that have a cure, but they decided to keep it...
This is an essay I wrote for my Foundations of America class in school, about the elections for governor in Massachusetts. I personally appeal to Martha Coakley, the Democrat runner, while my parents are Republican and are voting for Charlie Baker. Feel free to leave comments about errors I...
By Kimberly Adams
When my father was running for Senate, my mom gave me one rule: Do not do anything that could embarrass my dad and ruin his career. Once it was decided that my father had won the presidential election on Election Day, my sister, my mom, and I were drug onstage with my dad to celebrate his...
By Wily Geist
A collection of short essays and sketches.
By: Kilgore Trosky Trout.
The turning points in life occur when you sometimes think things can't get much worse, but they do. I guess you just make the best of what you can and try to go forward. Laugh at what you can and cry when...
Essay | Updated Aug 30, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Wily Geist
While working second shift, I encounter a incredibly smart rodent who taught me a lot about theories of Buddhism.
Short Story | Updated Aug 25, 2014 | Reads: 105 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Based on Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal, this essay mirrors the same stylistic writing and argumentative approach.
Essay | Updated Aug 20, 2014 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Charles Gannon
This poem talks about the education system and that not all the issues that take place are the kids fault.
Poetry | Updated Aug 5, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0