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A young homeless mother, teaching her young son the do's and don'ts of the streets they live on.
Gates is just walking around one ordinary night. Until he turns onto that same old desolate street and sees what he wishes he hadn't.
A BOY AND GIRL IN 1950S LONDON
I wrote this as part of the 30 minutes 50 words challenge.
Short Story | Updated Oct 8, 2013 | Reads: 96 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A culmination of boredom and spare paper. I have no idea what it's meant to be but I found it amusing to write. please don't take it seriously.
About having nowhere to turn.
Poetry | Updated Aug 20, 2013 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Kareem Abdul Rahman
THATS HOW THE GAME GOES takes you into the streets of North Philly. See how the game is played out and just how down low and dirty people can be for the love of money.
'The Unforgettable Leaves' is a nostalgic poem remembering beautiful days of childhood comparing it with today's empty lives.
By Mike Fred
Michael White has lost his parents and is now alone on the streets of Detroit. He has no idea what to do, or if he'll ever find anyone to love him. He feels totally alone. The only thing he can do is hope.
By Elsa Marie
A tribute to the Twin Cities of Minnesota, but more specifically Minneapolis.
By Living In A Fairtale
Tale of a humble maid called Florence Clemente who worked as a scullery maid who served a wealthy family until 1939 when the Blitz began. This changes her lifestyle immensely.From living in a luxurious manor,to the grimy streets of London.On this adventure she faces the fact she has to find a...
By Renja Shades
A fairytale inspired by the annual worldwide Park(ing) Day event. Written on October, 2012.
By Spirit Of Freedom
Reality of coping with unexpected life experiences.
This was entered for a short story competition online, it had to have something to do with food and drink so this is was I focused on. I'm uploading this because it's been months without a reply so I'm taking it as no news is bad news; I just don't want something I spent a while on to go to...
By Spirit Of Freedom
Being kicked out of home and living on the streets provided me with an array of eye opening experiences that I now draw inspiration from. I am glad those challenging life experiences have become useful! Hope you enjoy my poem. Feel free to comment :)