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Random First Lines: I write a lot of odd, jokey essays and things of the like that I tend to read as my stand up routine, or intend to eventually. People tell me... » Read
One does not simply be telepathic.
Ilroinnt CrÃ© â€“ Ar eachtra epic isteach dÃºsachtach iniÃºchadh, an tsraith de scÃ©alta ghearr an slabhraÃ a cheangal ar an spiorad an duine leis an athrÃ¡ ar marthanais.
S.S.H.U.T.: Aithint Olc
Cad a tharlaÃonn mÃ¡ d'fhÃ©adfadh daoine...
Fragment Earth â€“ An epic adventure into madness, this series of short stories explores the chains that bind the human spirit to the repetition of survival.
S.S.H.U.T.: Identifying Evil
What if people could think for themselves? No, I don't mean rotating the...
Subtle and kind,
Though hopeful you'll find,
Her heart is blind,
Though hopeful you'll find.
By Jasmine Dreamscape
Lyra wracked with sorrow is unbelievably visited by none other than the man she loves.
A true story, based on subtlety. Leaves the reader in thought.
Short Story | Updated May 24, 2012 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A man has dreams for his life; he writes what he wants to have, while fearing what he will become.
Will it satisfy him?
Will he look better in the eyes of others?
Our freedom of speech is being taken away.
A history of writing back to the beginning. Lots of stuff that is on booksie, mostly a blog full of drafts. Worth it for the history.
Silence is the night until the day is forlorn.
The world is dead, riddled with zombies and supernatural beings; yet one group of people dare to brave this derelict new world: The Blue Bird Zombie Patrol
The purpose of this essay is to challenge its primary target group, the fundamentalist, conservative side of Christianity. The challenge is to give strong consideration to use RTP when dealing with disruptive behavior because RTP is biblically based. Those operating outside the target group...
Inspired by Shadow-chan.
By Will Krantz
Ladies and gentleman, prepare for the worst...
By Hemant A Sharma
A subtle expression of Unconditional love...
Poetry | Updated Jun 29, 2008 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0