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By Stephen O Neill
All acts of violence, whether perpetrated on an individual or a people are atrocious. None are less or more atrocious than the other. All are abysmal.
In order to fight a cause successfully you must have the means to do so and â€˜rightâ€™ on your side. But what is â€˜rightâ€™?
Needless to state that nobody is suggesting, or rather no one wants that people guilty of sexual offences of serious types should remain above stringent punishment. However, at the same time, it's also pertinent that fair sex involved in unfair practise of misusing laws should not be allowed...
A cause-effect essay about how the internet has revolutionized the music industry.
By Olivia Robinson
â€œYou ruin everything! Iâ€™ve spent my whole in your shadow, I wish you were never born!â€ mum gasped, â€œRachel thatâ€™s a terrible thing to say, â€œGet back here and apologise.â€ Rachel stormed upstairs without a word and didnâ€™t return.
This was the...
By Alexa Peach
The short-lasting story of a young girl and her unsuspecting companion.
taken from my book, "Taking Our Sweet Little Time"
Many people get discouraged with life, with their trials, setbacks...when hardships and suffering are their lot. This poem suggests that all of us here on earth have difficulties, and that life's not a "free and easy ride"; but we feel better about ourselves and forget our worries and even...
By Sahar Hagh
This narrative essay is written in the occasion of the first anniversary of
taken from my book,
WANDERING TEENAGER ON A LOST CAUSE. TIME TO RE-VISIT AND RE-ARRANGE HIS PRIORITIES.
what would your world be like
Poetry | Updated Apr 30, 2013 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Aila Baker
A girl who doesn't think much about love in till Josh.
'Is The Row About Now?' written in haiku form.
Poetry | Updated Feb 24, 2013 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 7