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By David Van Cura
One mans views on the state of the world and the inherent patterns within.
By Thomas Black
I don't use profanity very often in poetry, but I'm awfully tired of editing myself, and for this topic I'm not even going to try. Eat it raw, puke it up like a good little ancient Roman, and keep on eating.
Poetry | Updated Sep 12, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 4
By Augusta Silvesta
Letâ€™s see if this sounds familiar: Rome started as a small city-state, but grew to conquer the European continent and beyond. Internally, the city of seven hills suffered from several major economic crises, civil war and revolts. These problems were quelled by a focus on near constant...
By Daniel Wolf Korn
Nakeya Hall, a young child, hopes to be gainfully employed as a writer in years future. Her persuasiveness with words is evident.
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Poetry | Updated Aug 17, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Danika Hull was only seventeen years old when she was auctioned off for the rest of her life. Her marriage dreams were crushed under foot as her father, Michael Hull became in partnership with Conrado Gonzalez, a top computer manufactoruer. His son is an illegal, living in the US and to finish...
By David Phillips
My praise to our fighting soldiers.
Three months ago a brave young pilot arrived in the United States and settled down back in Virginia. After completing a mission given to him by an unknown man from the government he gets together with his wife again. Today, as of speaking is 1995 and something terrible has occurred. "No stop I...
Poetry, prose, and random deep thoughts by Xoandre...
This is my blog which hosts a chronological listing of my poems from oldest to newest, with updates at random times every month. Currently, I have posted poems written from 1989 through 2004, with many more to come.
When Austin wakes up in his hotel room, he has no recollection of what happened. When he opens the door leading into a blood soaked hall, his life will never be the same. Something turned humans into zombies. Now he must get through this alive. Along the way he will meet people. Some will live...
By Felicity Stone
Privacy vs security in the US.
Essay | Updated Jul 12, 2011 | Reads: 656 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
*The second part to Dont Forget To Remember Me*
After a year and a half Bailey is just getting into her new job as a Mother, a Marineâ€™s girlfriend, and a tattoo drawer. Taylor being deployed and the mystery guy still in the back of her mind, she has a lot on her plate. Will something take...
A short poem about the "mono-culture" or "melting pot" of the United States of America.
The story centres around the Johnson family from Fresno, California who's going on vacation to Playa Membruda in Mexico, but they take a wrong turn and end up somewhere else...
Short Story | Updated May 7, 2011 | Reads: 38 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
this is a research paper for my college writng class if uld like to find our more just ask all the resources can be found online and if u do ur own research im pretty sure ull be wondering about the true US Government urselves the pictures did not transfer over so im sorry for the missing info
By Jammy Lupin
Jennifer Royale, moves to Hell's Fist, Arkansas, unaware that within the name of her new town that she must call home, lies her future.
When my parents told me a week ago that we were moving from our home in Lancashire, England to a small town called Hell's Fist, Arkansas, I freaked. Then I...