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By Sr Remus
Another inspirational piece based off the same girl from Lavender.
By Kimberly Adams
Juanita is tired of being her mother's translator. She is in high school and has better things to do with her time, such as acting in the school's musical. But when she finds out her mother is pregnant, that is the lost straw. She eventually ends up going to church and finds something more to life.
By Fairbanks Port
A praise to beauty... In espanol and english
La soledad es algo extraÃ±o.
Un poema que escribÃ para mi clase de espaÃ±ol. En inglÃ©s y espaÃ±ol.
Poetry | Updated Sep 13, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Poesia para los hojos.
Poetry | Updated Jul 15, 2014 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This was an essay I wrote for Spanish class... The prompt was begging for fanfiction, thus my first attempt at a fanfic in Spanish. This is one of the ways I wish "The Bridges of Madison County" had ended. It begins after Richard comes home, it is raining and the ford pulls up behind Robert...
English and spanish. Native speakers of spanish, feel free to correct my grammar, I'm not fluent yet.
This is a poem about the Spanish Inquisition.
By Alex Sharpe
(WORK IN PROGRESS. UNDERGOING WRITING, EDITING, AND DETAILING)
Everything was fineâ€¦ Just another fine day â€“ a day at the park, with the familyâ€¦ But then it began. They have no name. They were all of the sudden here, out of nowhere. They roamed the Earth devastating everything...
A 14th century Spanish Knight finds forgiveness and redemption from a one time enemy.
By Lady Stefluffy Of The Fluffies
This is something that happened to me almost three years ago. Even still I haven't fully gotten over it. My name was changed in this story because I don't want people I don't personally know to have information about me. But probably because of my username, it's obvious. I also decided to not...
By Juli Monat
She was so desperate; waiting for that strange
"City of Gold" was inspired by the true story of Francisco Coronado, a 16th Century Spanish conquistador and his determined -- yet desperate -- search for undiscovered treasure in the American Southwest. Travel back in time more than 400 years as this army of explorers, driven by greed and a...
By Sixteen Donut
Sterling Carson, a young squatter in Oakland, CA, falls in love... or so he thinks.