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Things that bother me about life
By Master Papers
In the mid-eighties, snow-thrower manufacturing firm Toro, launched a promotion where purchasers of snow blower could refund a part of their purchase in the event that the next winter was characterized by modest snowfalls. The amount of money that was refunded was related to the amounts of...
(This is just part of a story I wrote, but I won't post the whole thing.) He can't run away from the abusive relationship he has been forced into. He is terrified. He desperately wishes for a hero to save him... -terrible at summaries-
a ski trip - an encounter - expectation and hope
I wrote this for my crush, I told him that I liked him and he said he liked me too but then he said he doesn't want to be in a relationship because he doesn't want to risk our friendship.
Realize, Igniteâ€¦..Explode! - infuses practical advice on personal development with a spiritual bent and uses enthusiastic tone that can help inspire readers to become their very best selves. The book explains the nuances of life; Life is not complicated by itself, just that we have made...
A poem about power,death and being in control. The final hour is the moment we become the strongest.
adjectives, creature, descriptive, dreams, epiphany, fairytale
The butterfly effect
By Alena Adams
Thoughts on universal energy, human energy, human biofield, time, our connection to the Universe and God.
this poem doesnt rhyme but it tells a story about a girl
Two friends have finished their first year of college, and the time has come for them to both go home for the summer. The narrator watches his friend pack, filled with words he wants to say, but can't.
Everyone is the same. Light hair, dark eyes. Itâ€™s hard to be different, but then again, why would you want to be? Easily knowing what the others want, and being able to match pretty much anything. No discrimination either. A fairly easy life.
Until someone breaks that chain.
By Jan Gabriel
This is the message I wrote for the graduating students as one of the editors of our university's 2011 yearbook.