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By Johnnie Ruffin
Just a week in the life a military brat that thinks of himself as the modern day Cyrano de Bergerac.
By Patri Poe
How a condom could have changed a classic American story
Poetry | Updated Nov 16, 2013 | Reads: 33 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 4
This is for RAB Bradbury's August Short Story and Song Contest. My story is loosely based on Killer Queen by Queen and loosely based on elements of the parts of myth which include the goddess Thetis, of which there are few.
A young Spartan soldier faces guilt after killing a helot. (See part 2 soon)
By Legal Odysseus
The European Court of Human Rights makes the most perverted ruling in history in violation of human rights castrating the rights of refugees held sacred and legitimizes a bastardized entity known as the
The farewell between Hector and Andromache in the Illiad written by Homer.
A really heart - wrenching scene between Hector and Andromache from the Illiad book 6, told from Andromache's pov.
Note: As much as I would like, I do not own the Illiad, I own nothing.
Poetry | Updated Jul 4, 2009 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
By Colin Costa
Trojan War was the greatest war of conflict ever fought in the history of the world, a war that brought glory to the most ferocious and accomplished warriors on both the sides. Fighting for their pride on one side were the Achaeans, the Allied forces of Greece led by Agamemnon. On the other was...