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By Nathan Rhodes
Murder Seen through the Eyes of a Child is a story about three young boys growing up and getting into all kinds of mischief as they watch and witness a terrible tragedy unfold. This book runs the complete gambit of emotions. You will find yourself laughing and then rooting for the underdog as...
My story, expected to be in around 5 parts.
Its the first chapter with more to come. A twist of fate as these two very different lives colide read about Henry and Sebastian's first meeting here and now.
Want to guess what I had just done when I wrote this?!
By Kyky Georgie
My first song. I hope you guys like it!
This is not a story ...its real life
By Angel Plant
What God can do for you. He will see you through if you let him.
By Macaroni Mario
I know you tell me to go. I know you ask me to delete your phone and your email. I can't. today. tomorrow. and always.
By Lazarus Chidumo
This is an overveiw of the benefits of making Jesus Christ the centre of your life
By Brooke Cooper
Willow and Beau are two young complete strangers who are helping eachother through some tough times with just handwritten letters when they both really need someone to talk to. Knowing nothing about eachother is becoming more of a mystery as clues show they could be closer to eachother than they...
Novel | Updated Oct 10, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Juli Monat
The most beautiful green eyes I have ever
Poetry | Updated Oct 2, 2013 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
this is a section of my newest Frog Boy Book, Frog Boy 2.
Frog Boy in: Slime!!!!
Chase me to china Jupiter return/
12 years since my last domicile
all the while I Am
Blended tempered Embers warm and blazing like Last Thursdays
fire place- remembered and ending Full Moons and saints rendered and sent
thrusted through the Gluttony of self as Chiron unearthed from a shelf...
By Tucker Haase
A sad story about a loyal friend. (Punctuation is missing on purpose)