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By Will Valentine
The excitement is gone, The Adventures over..
Poetry | Updated Jan 27, 2014 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I've been awake for the last 47 hours continuously. And now I yearn for a peaceful sleep, but even with high doses of sedatives it didn't help. So, I was kinda anooyed with myself and here I put some random thoughts.
He knew better. He knew better than to let a woman into the family. He knew that the kids would just get attached and she would leave, just like she did.
I donâ€™t know what he wants from her. The kids say that sheâ€™s awesome, this Natalie girl. But, they said that about her,...
I've tried to encapsulate the uncertainty, loneliness, frustration and fear of fading out of an extremely depressed person.
The poem has summed up all the feelings, confusions, discomfiture,and frustrations of a depressed person or someone who has anxiety issues.
Helpless, In-capacities, Hopelessness
Poetry | Updated Oct 29, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Tojoures Pret is an essay reflecting a day in my life during my deployment to afghanistan. I hope to bring some awarness to the issue of post tramatic stress disorder.
"Kiowa" is a story of love, courage, strength and healing -- told through the eyes (and ears) of a highly-trained combat dog.
When Kiowa's seemingly unbreakable bond with his handler is tragically shattered, he feels as though everything is lost. But soon he discovers a path to recovery -- in a...
By The Coyote
My neighbor woke me up early in the morning as she found her boyfriend hanging in the bedroom closet. This is my experience.
If you've lived a hard life, and you've seen it all, you'd understand why Shaine is the way she is. Facing trauma, and robbed of her innocent mind at a young age. Relying on strangers her entire life, and then coming to the realization she is a stranger to herself. Scared and lost, she is thrown...
By Swords Edge
June is PTSD awareness month! i am a victim of post traumatic stress disorder. this is my story.
By Zaed Qureshi
War is not only a physical occurrence, often the most terrifying and relentless are the ones we imagine for ourselves
Poetry | Updated May 29, 2013 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Nocomus Columbus
Some fact, some fiction. This is a semi-true story about my time, Spence, in Iraq. It's a story of suffering, surrender, and revenge. I hope you enjoy. Let me know what you think, good and bad, I welcome all feedback. My dream would be to turn this into a graphic novel. Unfortunately, I...
Lorrayne Karakov lost her family to a monstrous animal that resembled a wolf.... now she has to deal with her Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder caused by the incident. The New Falls police thought it would be better if she moved to Beacon Hills for protection and surveillance. Now she's trying to...
This poem is dedicated to all my comrades that had served in the military, specially in combat zones and are dealing with the struggles of invisible wounds throughout their daily life. I know exactly how you feel. This is for you, buddy.
Poetry | Updated Jan 22, 2013 | Reads: 67 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0