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The inexorable march of time and progress.
Short Story | Updated Sep 21, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
You never forget a First Love. But what causes the pain, is when you remember.
- A short piece based on reminiscence.
A sort of reflection, I guess you could say.
Lief, a young adult working at the palace in the kingdom of Elegand is a energetic carefree character in the public eye. His occasional nonsense causes the people around him to think ill of him.
One day, two new workers arrive. Sister and brother, Arianna and Aiden who lived on the streets...
The innocence of childhood is eventually tainted by reality, but what disappears as well is the imagination you possess. This poem hopefully reflects the life of someone who loses these things with age.
By Clive Fitzgerald
The longing for life and happiness.
This poem is called Reminiscence
This poem is different then all of the other ones that I've posted online. The reason for that is because it's more specifically about me, and about a dream that I once had. The first few lines are a general based statement for the things that come after it.
By Charles Schwenk
A middle aged college professor recalls a youthful drug experience.
The true story of the beginning of my family's haunting.
Natalie was a handicap student who had managed to adjust and cope with her new life on a wheelchair and Erica is pop-star who had just arrived in Atlanta.However Erica's visit to Altanta was spoilt as there was a man who had other plans in mind for Erica.What will become of the two girls,read...
Remembering of a love.
This was an exercise I did myself in hopes to get better at poetry, to no avail!
But, hopefully you'll enjoy reading it!
Poetry | Updated Jan 27, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 23 | Likes: 18
A Winter's tale
Short Story | Updated Jun 26, 2008 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
By Lee Anderson
A look back over your life.
Poetry | Updated Jul 30, 2007 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 4