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Random First Lines:It is 2002 and little Penelope Scratchford has been abducted in Italy. The Italian State Police has given up its investigation and believes her... » Read
A spirited commentary about the the Womenâ€™s Liberation movement and where we are now.
Melissa is a free-spirited, 19 year old woman who feels oppressed in the old east. She finds freedom in traveling, and learns much along the way. The setting alternates between the 1880's and 1910-20's in terms of mannerisms and the K.K.K., so please do not be perturbed by the inconsistencies.
By Hamlets Daughter
A friend challenged me to write about refugees, and being as it's such a hot topic, I obliged.
A dissertation on the forces which guide human races and civilizations.
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Miscellaneous | Updated May 25, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 3
This is an essay on the topic of gay marriage and why every state should be making it legal.
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.
By Kenn Sakurai
An essay about the truth of our current society of a corrupted system from own experiences.
Aurora Foy always thought she had a perfect life, even with a past she never knew, a past she never questioned or dwelled on. Everything she wanted was there; great set of friends, her dream career, and people who would always be there to support her.
But as everything in her life starts to...
By Uche Nworah
The tragic fate that befell Akachi in Nigeria for being gay.
Well, this was a challenging poem to write. I am all about LGBTT rights and equality for all human beings. I strongly believe that God wants us to love everybody without taking into consideration where they come from or what they like. Based on those beliefs, I wanted to write a poem about it....
By Elton Camp
Several state legislatures are about to pass laws permitting business owners to refuse to serve gays if it violates their religious beliefs. This may prove to be the proverbial "slippery slope" if the Supreme Court allows them to stand.
Cut quickly through the pro-choice maze and go straight to the heart of pro-choice lies. Arm yourself to defend life.
Book | Updated Feb 13, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Daisy Ink
We are more than just women!!
A very basic poem, one of the quickest I ever wrote. Please let me know what you guys think!