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Random First Lines:An imagined conversation between Britain and America during the American Revolution, with minor appearances by France, Canada and other players. » Read
Grief is what you make of it. There are some who choose to simply ignore it, others let it consume them. And some, Well, they have never known grief so contain no emotion. They're numb.
Amille life has just changed completely and everything she has every known has been wrong.
With her parents now out of the picture, she is forced to fight to protect the ones that she loves.
How will everything end for Amille, in distraught or peace?
One priceless gift of grace if God grants in time. May real life weave this awesome wish. :)
Poetry | Updated Apr 29, 2013 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a poem I wrote a long time ago. Like in 2009.
A BOY DEALING WITH A GRAVE PERSONAL ISSUE SITS DOWN WITH HIS FRIEND FOR A TALK WHICH ENDS IN DISASTER.
THIS SHORT STORY IS ABOUT A BOY WHO IS FACING SOME GRAVE PERSONAL ISSUE N HOW HE RESOLVES IT.
Short Story | Updated Apr 24, 2013 | Reads: 35 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Skye Bagshaw
Poverty in a broken home.
Just something i wrote yesterday in maths... Thought i'd put it up here to share my feelings. Thanks.
For my sister, who I love with all my heart.
After the Giant war the demigods settle down for peace but the gods send them on a mission which gives them a quest for a human rebellion, Jace is one of the ten people depicted in the prophecy, who ran to camp half blood when he was ten years old. Now with the quest hitting home Jace may find...
By Lost Love Long Forgotten
It's the story of a girl who doesn't realize she's dead and she keeps reliving every moment before she died. Her sister is the only one who can talk to her.
If you are the "perfect" Christian then why do you judge? Poem about questions and opinions.
Poetry | Updated Apr 8, 2013 | Reads: 73 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
This is a poem I wrote for my best friend who is going through depression
Continuation from Part 5
Continuation from Part 4