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Harmony Madison Astaire is a lovely, music lover ,smart,almost,perfect 17 years old.But she never showed it to other's,she keep her talent's and her almost perfect-self.
But one unexpected decision was made,Harmony and her dearest mom decided to move to a new town to start a new fresh life...
It is about the pangs of unemployment
What does life meant to be?
This is a story I wrote based on a situation that happened in my past.
By King Wolf
Poetry | Updated Jan 17, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Raven Banks
Back in the 1500's a priest's daughhter is caught with the wrong crowd and taken as a witch. This story shares some of the heartbreak and terror that were the Salem witch trials. There was no escape...
James. A young psychologist, skipping grades and finishing advanced grades; he has never truly understood how people are so easily influenced by emotion. He's constantly having people open up to him, yet he has never opened up to anyone himself. Harboring an unpleasant past, he spends his days...
Lucinda just wanted the witches who tormented her to be punished. But things don't go as planned. Written for my workshop in fiction class. (Just so you know, it was only supposed to be part of a short story, so it's pretty brief.)
Short Story | Updated Sep 16, 2012 | Reads: 191 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By K Marino
Convinced that all the events in the universe unfold by pure chance, physics prodigy Frances White has plotted her lifeâ€™s course down to the last humdrum detail. On her 19th birthday, however, fate intervenes and plucks her out of her normal life, throwing her 317 years back in time.
Cross-over between Twilight and Harry Potter. Hope you enjoy.
A Christian poem of faith.
By A Lonely Girl
Have you ever felt above it all... Only to come crashing down?
A short essay about the woman who inspires me the most. Read and please comment
"Kangaroo" refers to "kangaroo courts", which were mock courts established to prove people guilty without a fair trial or any real evidence - most of the court cases dealt with marijuana users
Poetry | Updated May 9, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Is it fear that keeps the truth from thy people's lips?
Or am I truly living in a world of my enemies.
Set to strip me of thy truth which is my only garment.
Am I not at liberty to speak thy words?
Poetry | Updated Apr 20, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1