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Fabiola finds a butterfly in the 'blue' family. She is thrilled!:)
By Alyn King
I used to write a lot of Haiku and other verse under the pen name Elyssa Kae King. I've since changed that to Alyn King. Hope you enjoy my longest Haiku!
Poetry | Updated Jan 15, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
MY TROPICAL SUNFLOWER
Poetry | Updated Dec 7, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Caleb Aaron Lloyd
Colin, straining for a pair of hard-to-reach coconuts at the top of a tall tree, finds himself dropping through the air. However, instead a nasty fall, Colin finds himself in a rather pleasant place.
By Juli Monat
For my Land.
Miscellaneous | Updated Feb 19, 2013 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
After taking a private cruise to the tropical island, Michael Jones, Robbie Johnson, Jenny Wells, Conner Rickens, and Danni Laces, get lost and kidnapped by natives and sold into slavery. Now they must get off the island, discreetly, but when Michael has the chance to rid the crime organization,...
While searching for a past paradise during a storm, Shea finds a new place to call her own.
We enjoyed our vacation on a tropical island. A story to warm you up during the cold winter months.
By Naomi Folettia
A perfect care-free world. A delightful paradise.
A true life story about pain, suffering, true love and strength of heart!
By Bill Rayburn
Weather can, and often does, dictate mood. (approx. 260 words)
Article | Updated Apr 17, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Bill Rayburn
If you get your mail by boat, you are definitely living large. One man's search for paradise, and defense of leisure. (approx. 660 words)
By Frankie Heverin
Becoming a volunteer in the Maldives was the last thing Richard Casey would ever do. One decision would cost Richard his identity and life as he knew it. A new man with new allegiances would have to fight to keep the only part of Richard's life that remained - an impossible promise to the...
There is a place where teens are kept, they no not for what reason or purpose; they are simply kept, driven to insanity and then killed in some way. They are cut off from any type of outside knowledge or contact and are taught to simply survive, no matter the cost. But not everyone agrees with...
By Janet Cameron
An African tumbu fly deposits its eggs on my skin - and its larvae burrow into my body to complete their parasitic life cycle.