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A homeless teen struggles to come to terms with her past when an unlikely stranger comes into her life and connects her to the mother she never knew.
Getting attacks from living close to people who smoke weed.
Goodbye Soldier is a telling of how little time there is to cherish all of the beautiful moments together. It is a telling of brief reunitement and an all too soon departure.
A brief discussion about the facts concerning banning High Capacity Magazines and Assault look alike weapons and the results of doing so.
By Sr Remus
A Reddit writing prompt where a character gets the difficulty setting changed to easy.
By Blind Child
Lyrics to my song 'Second To One'
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Do you think you can hate someone so much it consumes you? I do, I hate Heath Wilson so much it seems impossible to move on. Heâ€™s a jerk who took my v-card and left the next morning.
I trusted him. I thought we were going to ride into the sunset together. I thought he is the one. I...
Novel | Updated Sep 30, 2014 | Reads: 30 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Its the first chapter with more to come. A twist of fate as these two very different lives colide read about Henry and Sebastian's first meeting here and now.
An unbelievable piece of literature that will keep you biting your nails from start to finish!
An engrossing tale guaranteed to make your spine tingle and your pulse pound!
A compelling, provocative, masterful thriller guaranteed to leave you spell-bound with its suspense-filled intrigue and nail-biting finishes!
By Sasha Leigh
Death always meets its quota, and Alyssa has just made its list.
What if Death didn't mean you had to die? When Alyssa Frank dies trying to save herself from a brutal attack, she finds that second chances do exist. Now, reliving the final week leading to her death, can she discover the right...
By Anna Lorraine
Regrets and wasted chance at love from a 3rd person's point of view.
A poem I've written 6 years ago.
One of my most recent journal pieces. A descriptive and visual piece on a recurring dream I have had for years. Accompanied by the sounds of Gustav Mahler's Adagietto from Symphony #5. Worth the read and the visual journey :)Enjoy