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Random First Lines:This is all I got so far but "Brave Owl" said she liked it and wanted me to finish it so I guess it will have to do for now. I don't know though... » Read
Feeling not good enough, having no self esteem and wishing I could just trade places and be someone else because depression has completely consumed me.
Change of plans, instead of posting the statistical evidence (weak evidence) that I gathered in support of the existence of the implicative affirmative of the not-me-self, I have decided to describe the relationship that exists between the not-me-self and divinity. This relationship is...
By Shelby Lynn
Moving to a new place sucks. Not knowing anyone, having no one to talk to, especially when you've just had your heart broken. I didn't really get an ending it, but it's sort of like just peeking in someone who is in this situation's mind. You may say sadistic, I say confused, numb, depressed,...
Samantha Richards is waiting for her life to start! But when she enters her freshman year of high school ready for partying and boys will she get more then what she really wanted?
Novel | Updated Nov 14, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Tiffany Marie
I was inspired to write this after going for a hike with my family to Stone Face. The sense of adventuere is one of the most alive sensations you can feel.
This post, essentially, brings to a close the theoretical side of my thesis. Future posts (five I think) speak to fleshing out the empirical side of the implicative affirmative of the not-me-self. Below, I use the concept of the not-me-self as a tool to critique the symbolic interactionist...
This is a Reader Response Analysis of Ntozake Shange's work.
I had just finished speaking to what I had thought was a friend when I realized how wrong I was.
This was written to a person who kept me around to make himself feel good. How easy it is to climb on a pedestal when you have the backs of your friends to use as a staircase but even easier when...
Poetry | Updated Nov 5, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Mistress Of Word Play
For Zero I am sending my muse, but beware she bites!
By P Alford
Being confident in yourself
Poetry | Updated Nov 3, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Katherine Coitier
A small poem that came to my mind while I was thinking about a story I had been writing that I started months ago. Name means everything!
Poetry | Updated Nov 1, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 8
By Number Six
I wrote this my freshman year of college for my ENGL102 class. Since then my plans for my future have changed, but I really like how this essay ended up working out.
When we come to question our own language games we are constantly thrown back upon our presuppositions, upon prior meanings, and this reflection on self-knowledge expands our self-understanding. But, before the question, before the interrogation agency of self becomes empowered with...
About my experience with self-harm. Please be kind this is very personal but i am puting it up because i hope it will encourage others who might be suffering from this addiction to Put the Razor Down.
Poetry | Updated Oct 29, 2009 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This poem could have several meanings I guess. So interpret it however you like. This, by far, is my own personal favorite.
Poetry | Updated Oct 25, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1