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Random First Lines:The â€œKhamsa handâ€ motif was an apt element to feature in Curse Me Not, my novel about a woman who can see peopleâ€™s auras and... » Read
By Odin Roark
Okay, so I'm in a rant mood. (Whatta you s'posed to do with Santana wailin') Thereâ€™re two kinds of Fatherâ€™s Day: the one that tries to celebrate, well, Fatherdom. Then thereâ€™s the other: please no more phone calls and emails. You really havenâ€™t got a clue who I...
A girl finds out a secrect about her bother who she and everybody else looks up to. and she tries to help him and ends up taking blame for evrything he does, such as stealing from their parents. In the end the "guns" are cops, he gets in deep trouble and she takes the blame, cuz y not? she the...
This poetry is about a young person finding themselves.
By Joy Damien
As Ketura realizes her duty to her beloved country, mystery and danger arises when Dugar comes and tries to destory Kasu and Belisia forever. In this story of love, hate, sorrow, joy, betrayal and support, Ketura discovers the God will guide and protect her for all of her life.
After the sudden vision of Koyama village in the past,Emi finds herself walking back home to her mother Misaki who is determined to kill her daughter in hopes of finally being free from her curse.
Short Story | Updated Dec 18, 2010 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a new one as of November 3, 2009! I love this poem and I think it really makes you think about how fortunate we all are of everything we do. Please rate and comment-I need all the support I can get!