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By Laura Eggers
After I first had the pleasure of communicating with deaf people in their own language, I was inspired by how they perceptive they are when we attempt to communicate with them, and how it is not our hands that communicate as much to them as it is our face and body language.
By Laura Eggers
From experience, in retrospect
A poem I wrote out of spite for this World.
By Charlotte Jayne
Ever considered the alternative? Is this a nation of freedom and choice?
In this series I plan to try and take a Christian from the first steps of Salvation and understanding what it truly means all the way to Witnessing properly without force or judgement. many Christians have faltered in this path and many who want to believe do no know how and have seen those like...
Basically this poem is about how sometimes people are different than they seem .Steve's relationship with the girl is misinterpreted by all ,just because he is different than them the judge him creepy and weird not realizing it could be a mask
By Grim Reaper 123
Just a little piece of artwork to go along with a poem I wrote with it.
Script | Updated Dec 1, 2009 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5
By Mistress Of Word Play
In I Corinthians Chapter 13 Verses 1-13 love is explained to the Church and followers of Christ. I did not write it as beautifully as it is stated there, but this is what I perceive love to be. This is for a special booksie member BrianW to me he holds to the standards of what I consider love to...
A satirical piece about grammar, as I have very little grasp of it
Have Known the is person most of my Life have a great amount of feeling for them we never quite got together for one reason or another but we are and will always remain good friends.
Poetry | Updated Nov 17, 2009 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
People always in a rush to judge our young people when most of them are good people
i was mad and sad when my brother left for the army but i very proud of him. has a little sister i think i have a right to be upset. no matter how mad i might get i love him!
Poetry | Updated Nov 4, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 9
Rileyâ€™s finally leaving his South Shore city where the concrete barricades served as coffin imprisoning him with relationship speedballs and shards of guilt that infect every memory of a lost adolescence. As the last miles and broken milestones flash by in flashbacks, his own reality...
The story follows Adam, a young man diagnosed with schizophrenia and grand delusions of superiority, who tries desperately to understand what it means to have consciousness, why he suffers the way he does, and how he can put his mothers death from cancer behind him.