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By Jeff Bezaire
There is never a decent candidate for running a country, unfortunately, someone has to be elected.
By Eddie C Morton
Welcome back to the Streets of Lechugaville and the heroic tales of the men and women of Lechugaville P.D. Introducing Peaches a La Mode, wounded and disabled USMC combat veteran and retiree, letting his inner woman out in the Streets of Lechugaville doing what he does best and enjoys...
there are reasons behind the act of philantropism.
Poetry | Updated May 8, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
India- a country of plenty and poverty. True picture of Indian poor people.
By Azmi Azahari
Con is a new guy working for a private security company hired to provide security work in a warzone. It is his first assignment, and already he had to work hard just to stay alive.
By Willow Brook
its a political poem
Poetry | Updated Feb 18, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
By Sara Howland
These are the last words of Conrad Dover Smith, a once famed politician- his confession.
John Peyton is the most important behind the scenes politician working for the United States Government. When a critical foreign agreement takes a drastic turn the aftermath is catapulted in the direction of his daughter, the rebel teeneager, Rose Peyton.
There are men and then there are...
By Shea Ryhai
One of the last memories I have of my grandmother who died to cancer years ago, is the year before when she took me to an art museum. Just out side my brother and I found a pigeon tangled up in fishing wire. Its wing was tangled, and its foot had been chocked to the point of being useless. We...
This is a little Short Story/Essay on how a dead man in Arizona is actually alive in a City in far Northern California. It is the story about how this dead man whose maybe a woman introduces himself to a man that wrote him when he was a man. It also tells the feelings of the community and how...