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Random First Lines:This is the first part of the story " A New Girl In The City". It's about a boy and a girl and what happens between them » Read
A discovery I made on society's impact on human behavior (or something like that I'm not sure I just don't want to dramatise it is all.) during my short period of isolating myself from the outside world. each paragraph was written on a different night in which I could not sleep. I'd be feeling...
I chose 3 quotes from the book, "Tuesday's with Morrie" and explained them while adding personal experiences.
A poem of how a woman is afraid of loving another woman, believing there was no hope for their love because of the actions of others
Poetry | Updated Sep 24, 2014 | Reads: 218 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The world is clay and we can mold it.
A young intern of a large company begins to experience strange occurrences: he can move objects without touching them. Upon a rather spectacular episode, Abel Evanwright learns of others just like him...sort of.
By Mr Grim
Frank is fed up.
The first chapter in a three book saga.Please critique any spelling errors I missed or any problems with the grammar.I would also like to hear if you enjoyed it and would like more.
Deep underneath the ragged city of Marenis, Areeve Waters has a secret: her brother is a murderer. Sent years ago from her house in a flurry of tears and terror, Areeve lived on the streets, squabbling for meals-until the children of Below welcomed her to their world. She lives her life in...
A quick poem I wrote to vent some emotions, but can be applied to many situations.
Poetry | Updated Sep 16, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I'm in control, but not really, but I am.
M.B. Schwartz and R. Puhl wrote Childhood obesity: a societal problem to solve in order to put emphasis on how media pressures in society is what is to blame for the child obesity epidemic, not the individual child and their parents.
By Hades Above Ground
Poetic thoughts regarding both the body, and soul.
Celia is considered an "Unclean" woman by her society. In her search to find a conventional way to change her status she discovers that the answer lies in one desperate touch.
Short Story | Updated Aug 26, 2014 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Susana Ripoll is a young medical student who leads a life of apparently very simple. After the death of his mother, she combines her studies with work in a perfumery for economically helping her father, who is three years out of work, and also to pay for their own college. Moreover, Susana...