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Those less fortunate... Why poverty?
By Dakota Blue
He is used to people treating him like trash, but he does his job and he does it well.
Short Story | Updated Feb 2, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Ng Arxlandia
A life story of a common man living in the greatest city that the ancient land of Arxlandia has ever known. His struggles and his misfortunes are remarkable.
This was entered for a short story competition online, it had to have something to do with food and drink so this is was I focused on. I'm uploading this because it's been months without a reply so I'm taking it as no news is bad news; I just don't want something I spent a while on to go to...
A poem of love and the divide between the powerful and weak, the rich and the poor.
Poetry | Updated Jan 21, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Meenakshi Sharma
our country .. don't know what goin on with it .
just read it and know what is happening to our country at present ..
really need your opinions on it .
By Luna Bones
Lilly is young, beautiful and smart yet no one sees her as they pass her in the street. Jason is confronted by a strange homeless girl that seems to linger in his thoughts. Will being accepted to a prestigious school give Lilly the opportunity she seeks to succeed, or complicate her chaotic life?
By Apo Mato
a lovely poem you would enjoy .
Who loves the banks? Not me
By Joe Paustian
Rotten Crabapples is a non-fiction short story that exposes the daily struggle that many musicians and writers face due to the sacrifices that they make in order to follow their dreams.
Something inspired by the season..
Ella Deramore is a rich girl.
Jude Reilly a poor boy.
She lives in a mansion.
He lives in a caravan.
She wears designer dresses.
He wears holey jeans and hoodies.
Sheâ€™s cool. Together.
Heâ€™s messed up.
Theyâ€™re so different. Their families hate each other. Yet when the two...
A boy on Christmas Eve turns out to be someone we have all heard of....
"Wreck It Ralph" could be the poster child for what is wrong with media "for children" today.