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Random First Lines:This is a short one-page essay that we did in English and I liked the way that it turned out so I decided to post it.
I'm not really concerned... » Read
A tongue-in-cheek version of
Two Hells and Back is about a young man who comes back from fighting a war. Only to find himself fighting a new war.
It's a messy world. Metal machines of death and destruction are the vehicle of choice. Anybody with money and a driver's license can operate a death machine. Tank battles are common among the many factions vying for control of the land. Blane and Bill, two friends and fellow tank operators,...
Short Story | Updated Jan 23, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
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...
My poem is based around a soldier in the midst of a crisis. His country used the excuse of
Ear of fame made of radiation, find out!
By Vibhor Ganaka
The growth of the company is the result of their expert engineers and equally supportive R&D Team. The development was well planned by its pioneers.
A short story from the battle of the Bulge
There is a small town named 'Madras' in Oregon, USA, What?
About an old man who had a tragic past that happened in 1953.
What happened was that there was monster that flooded new york killing everyone,but the monster was killed and the goverment covered it up. But now in the year 2011 the monster somehow survive has begins to create havok all over...
I was challenged to write from a different perspective - I tried to do it and I hope that I've succeeded, feedback is as always appreciated.
In no way do I support or condone suicide bombings, this was just what I came up with in my head.
Poetry | Updated Jun 17, 2011 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
This is the fourth Flynn story I wrote (the third one, Captive, is so unspeakably crappy that I probably won't ever publish it on here.) This one is about the final battle of the Second Civil War. This installment is pretty much pure battle between tanks and armored soldiers.
As usual, large...
No. I'm not very patriotic. At least not in the sense that I hate the way the government is run today. I hate the lies. I hate soldiers. I hate murder....Well, you'll get it by my poem.
wars go on, yet we often forget to think of the sacrifices people make in them, and the fact that some die over petty squabbles between countrys.