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Some of the things, that I.m grateful for.
Poetry | Updated Apr 15, 2015 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
This is one of the attached poem of a story being written by Elsa N. Kibowa. Poem to be said by 'Pike' one of the Mafia men wanting nothing to do with the 'buisness' but everything to do with the mafia bosses daughte...Eve
A Christian poem of faith.
Musings on finding a moose
A poem about one object that wouldn't usually be made into a poem. Thought I'd make something from nothing.
This poem is going to be a part of a collection of poetry titled
Tietoturva kiintea BitDefender on julkistanut uuden tyyppinen home Tunkeutumisenestojarjestelma (IPS) laitetta tarkoitus korjata puutteet ominaisuuksia taydentavat suojausohjelmisto integroitu laajakaistareitittimet.
Perustelu uuden jonkinlainen turva mallisen laitteen viereen reititinta on...
Author: Aatish Taseer
Length: 563 pages
Publisher: Pan Macmillan India
The Way Things Were (English) 1st Edition
When Skanda's father Toby dies, estranged from Skanda's mother and from the India he once loved, it falls to Skanda to return his body to his birthplace. This is...
Just a poem about a confused teen and their perspective on love.
Amazing, and I am a bore.
By Maanya Charu Kalra
As a regular teenager just turned adult, struggling through the new college environment, my view on life really changed. I just feel like skipping it all. I feel like its better to not get any experience than making so many efforts. My laziness speaks in this poem and I feel a part of all of...
Poetry | Updated Aug 24, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
The narrator is talking bout how certain situations and things are funny, in actuality they're pretty sad and backwards.
By Charlie Dewatt
Hi everyone this is a short story about how narrator got a message from the nature for living a good life. By his observations. Hope you will like it . Please ignore my language mistakes.
This is not a story ...its real life
By Vimal Kumar
This is just a short memoir, capturing my frustrations and eventual adaptation to the local culture of the Marshall Islands, where I was called to serve as an LDS Missionary