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A poem for anyone needing a little happiness in their life. Stay positive!
This is the completely politically correct response to my letter explaining that videotaping a person collecting a urine drug screen test as opposed to having a live same sex observer in the room was against the 4th amendment of the Constitution.
By Miles Prower
Keri has always felt out of place and misunderstood, even in her own home. But when a major accident sends her to training school for "The Project" Keri learns secrets that have both made her different and kept her safe. With a new threat for the community quickly approaching, does Keri have the...
By Becca Swan
I tried to feel safe and at peace, but no matter what I did, I couldn't.
Poetry | Updated Mar 14, 2015 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
tension tension tension......
if you want to know about this then read this
Poetry | Updated Feb 26, 2015 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
someone has been kidnapping little boys in broad daylight.
I wrote this thinking of those late night infomercials.
Why are people afraid when darkness falls?
Whats more chilling than a child disappearance? One boy who knows everything, and yet nothing at all.
By Annie West
A utopia, a safe haven, Eden. In a long forgotten island there lives a group of people. Many came upon the island by accident, some born there, others searching for the safe place. Are these truly the only people on the island, or is there more to the mystery?
By Libbyanne Jennings
When the late night fears about a new relationship set in.
Miscellaneous | Updated Dec 1, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Damian Vincent Henry
The rich dies in public while the poor dies in silence.
Survival becomes hard, when you're outnumbered. Restlessness overcomes you and you soon go crazy. With no food, no water and no escape, only those who stay sane will stay alive.
We all forget a few things here and there, things we don't need anymore but what if you lost everything important?
By Daisy Ink
Julie Parker comes to late to school one day to find that everyone in the building is being held captive. Using logic and bravery, she must find a way to outsmart the intruders and save her school.