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Step onto Roam-98, a planet that has never had a war or an issue in its history, and unlock its secret as to why it differs from Earth.
Short Story | Updated Apr 9, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
By Aaron Kingsley
A story of loss, despair, and spiritual ambiguity.
Remember that one time you thought about yourself and everything you knew. Did you find peace? Or did you not even find the tip of the iceberg?
By Pater Profundus
One of the most misunderstood statements made by Nietzsche is sadly his most famous one. Gott ist Tot. Is God dead? Is he dead biologically, killed by a biological subject by means of a material instrument with blood gushing out of his veins?
Essay | Updated Apr 3, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Back to the topic of The Guy. I can't even say sorry.
Billy has just turned seventeen. All he has ever known has been the conflict between the Protestant and Roman Catholic communities in Northern Ireland. At long last he has broken free and escaped to France for the two summer months of July and August 1988. There in the sunny town of...
The conclusions that helped me realize that there really is no
When you girls send me such lovely comments & make me feel so good after writing a particular piece of work, it sometimes inspires me to answer you back in a flowing poetic way, since that's the effect your words have on my brain... These will be a collection of those types of responses... I...
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Meet Bleak, a troubled kid. He is a non-believer of God and he finally decided to tell his mom (who is very religious) that he does not believe in him. His mom kicks him out of the house with only a small bag of his much-needed things he had to have in order to...
By Jamie Lea Smith
Rebecca Greene had everything until she lost because of someone else`s decision.
Short Story | Updated Mar 21, 2014 | Reads: 22 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
One story each for the members of this family. All are only about a page in length. A recurring theme is nostalgia, as well as music.
This is a piece I wrote as an analysis of the poem "The Tyger" by William Blake. I discuss how a multitude of religions are sinful in their own judgmental ways, and need to learn to accept all of the inhabitants of Earth as of the same essence.
This is my first serious attempt at writing a Sonnet. This one is a Petrarchan Sonnet, but there is a rhyming couplet in the end. I know that the content may be appalling for many Christians, but then again, I find Jesus' message of dire importance to mankind in these uncertain times.
Poetry | Updated Mar 20, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A short essay commemorating the late great Christopher Hitchens. It was written in January 2011, a month after his death, and was originally published on my personal blog 'Pensees'.
It is being said that a heart-felt prayer has the power to change the destiny.