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Random First Lines:We follow many paths in life, each decision a precursor of what may come next. But life is full of surprises, as anything could detour what is... » Read
This is really written for ladies or gentlemen out there who are always the one "left at home," to keep the family together, to be the relaible one to hold the fort. But sometimes, just sometimes the line is overstepped and you want to say unbelievable things but you know they will cause...
By Nick Banks
Normally these are entitled Things That Annoy Me, followed by some bitter satire about something that set me off yet again. Well, in this case something does seem to have set me off. Although,this one, I rather hope will break the mould and prove that I can be unpredictable once in a while....
By Bert Broomberg
Poem about the true nature of politicians.
Poetry | Updated Nov 15, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
I've read a lot of depressing things on Booksie lately.
And I'm feeling snarky at the same time.
What if our political candidates were put in a situation other than elected office? Would their actions seem as logical or prudent?
Short Story | Updated Oct 15, 2012 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By R T Saunders
A satirical, irreverent look at the Church and it's views on same sex relationships and political involvement.
This is short story of my recent troubles with my Kia Sedona
By The Eternal Flame
A (modified) Titanic script
By Denis Schulz
It wasnâ€™t every day a middle-aged private detective trapped in the body of a ten-year-old boy was picked up by a Hamas patrol in the Gaza Stripâ€”especially a ten-year-old boy disguised as a girl. But that is what happened to private detective Bernard Piffy. It was scary; it was...
Northwest High is a normal school in a normal Illinois town. It has a perfectly typical student body with a standard high school hierarchy. The cool kids are on top, the weird kids are on the bottom, and never the twain shall meet.
Except, that is, for two weeks in autumn, during the school's...
Book | Updated Sep 5, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The refections of an inmate in the Soviet Union's notorious (and now demolished) prison for dissidents as he wonders if there could possibly be a worse place to spend Saturday night.
Short Story | Updated Sep 3, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Read the overview and a few chapters from my memoir 'Bits And Pieces'! You won't be sorry and hopefully you will laugh your a** off!
By Andromeda Rex
Traffic; a sonnet.
Recording provided with full permission of Kevin McKidd.
Chapter 16 of my memoir 'Bits and Pieces'. This one will be rewritten to include more 'insanity' .......
What happens to the mind of a boy whose brain is rattled into confusion, distraught, and pained from others forcing upon him their own visual perceptions that he is something that he is not; that he is, in fact, female? It eventually takes its toll on a guy, that's what the fuck it does! And, of...