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By Kimberly Adams
Hazel and Walter are both homeless, using their lives to tell drug addicts and gang members about Jesus. It is not always easy and usually dangerous, but they know that God wants them right where they are: On the streets.
By Aj Blanco
A prison the size of New York. They call it The Dead Lands. The Dead Lands are separated into three major groups each owned by a three different major gang: Hell's Redemption, Dead Land Kings, and Shadow Life. They're other minor gangs that own little territory. Marcel, Angelo, and Luis are...
just some self indulgent poorly spelt nonsense.
Article | Updated Aug 10, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A young girls struggle with the hard streets and drug addictions
~based on a true story ~
Say hi to Skylar, a sixteen year old boy who ran away from his home at only ten years old due to drug addict parents and an abusive father. In need of a job he walks into a getgo store and applied, not knowing that his life would be forever changed.
By Robert Kasch
Self explanatory short.
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
A brief discussion about the facts concerning banning High Capacity Magazines and Assault look alike weapons and the results of doing so.
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.