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A short story for my English class. Prompt was a quote by Archbishop Desmond Tutu: "Having looked the beast of the past in the eyes, having asked and received forgiveness, let us shut the door of the past, not to forget it, but to allow it not to imprison us." Also based on the film...
By Mvt Kersbergen
A poem about the Mad Poet/Necromancer Abdul Alhazred, who wrote the Necronomicon.
By Sicky666 Fhtagn
A poem about the Mad Poet.
By Ill Buddha
An uwitting psychopath is driving to Tennessee to collect money from a dead relative over Christmas, little does he know...
A boy from the south has survived years against a swarm of undead. He alone tells the story of how it started for him. With police chasing him, the anarchy ruling the streets, and the dead rising to consume the living, he must find his way to his family and escape his fallen city.
After a lifetime of political activism in South Africa, Yazz thinks sheâ€™s finally content with her quiet London life. She doesnâ€™t expect the reappearance of Lily, the best friend and comrade who betrayed her. Nor does she expect Lilyâ€™s demand: to help her find a child long...
A short poem about an evening sat on a bench, on the South Bank of the Thames. There's another piece in the works based on the same event, but in prose (which I'm better at), so, if you're interested, keep your eye out for it.
Poetry | Updated Jan 8, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A short narrative of the prospect and challenges of South Africa in comparison to other economies. The debate is within the post colonial evolution of nations, looking at the future within a globalised framework. South Africa is a natural winner, and although there is generally a disfigured view...
Part of Earth â€“ A big event in not know, this group of mind short story, find the fine know of the empty know forget by know it.
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Cold Idea: Is Easy To Do
Sad, around those work that we do so great in number in, think...
Curry is integrel part of Indian cooking. A curry ain't curry without curry leaves. Few Indians like Juggernaut even resort to stealing curry leaves to satisfy their curry taste.
By Cheechee Key
The story of my childhood road trips with my sistersand mother through the rural southern states.
A story I made for fun in grade 7. It's about an epic adventure in our class. If you don't like cussing or killing then this is not the book for you. (There's only a little bit of swearing. Like three words.)
Book | Updated Nov 11, 2012 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
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â€œâ€˜kaffertjie,â€™ by Johan Engelbrecht is a provocatively titled novelization of a most remarkable true story. The writer's childless aunt...
A story about three Americans chose to live on the Big Island, Hawaii, all three has one thing in common, they experienced living in India and came out with different persepectives.