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By Vaticancameos  (booksie.com)

A woman with scars and nightmares.

Short Story | Updated Jun 7, 2013 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Tags: Drug,Usage,Suicide,Attempt,Abortion,Happy,Ending

THE F WORD HEARD

By Cgirl001  (booksie.com)

The sentimental cussword journey...

Poetry | Updated Dec 3, 2012 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Tags: Excessive,Usage,Of,The,F,Bomb

tuppa

Grammar Tips For Creative Writings

By Tuppa  (booksie.com)

I wanted a place to gather information for creative writings grammar tips. Finally, I started this community page to get rid of common errors, which are a part of our daily writings. This one is open to anyone to comment, criticize; adding points on the grammar tips. It’s only a place for...

Novel | Updated Aug 12, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Tags: English,Grammar,Creative,Writings,Improve,Proofreading,Usage

Auto Insurance Newark- Interesting Fact For Auto Insurance Online Quotes

By Anu12  (booksie.com)

Make sure that you understand what these are, prior to purchasing auto insurance on the web. You can have the car insurer send you a total definition of the terms, so you may understand what you are getting when you buy car insurance on the internet. This is very important when you compare...

Article | Updated May 4, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Tags: A,Auto,Insurance,Newark,Progressive,International,Boat.online,Quote,Risk,Selection,Usage,Based

pvk36

Written And Done

By Pvk36  (booksie.com)

The words used are in general and in regular use and are taken with a casual style chopping away the real meaning, style and the beauty. Even, I used them very carelessly and after so many years now, if pondered I am very sorry for myself and for the rest of us. The utterance and acceptance of

Poetry | Updated Jan 1, 2011 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 8
Tags: Proper,Usage,Of,Beautiful,Words,They,Have,Strong,Sense,And,Weight,Ages

edwardjbradleysr

Tern For The Verse: A Pun Game

By Edwardjbradleysr  (booksie.com)

Dedication-#1: Annie Legend, whose surname, if pronounced "En francais" would rhyme with the word "entendre" when properly pronounced "En francais, aussi!". (aussi = another double entendre.) Dedication-#2: Someone, known only to myself, who may celebrate their 30th birthday during the month...

Poetry | Updated Jan 14, 2008 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 9 | Likes: 23
Tags: 1776 1946 30,In,76,Allegory,Alliterate,Alliteration,Alliterative,America,American,Bi-centennial Analogy Annie Annie,Legend,Aussi,Aussie,Aussies,Australia,Baby,Boomer Baby,Boomers,Bi-centennial,Booksie,Children,Ed,Bradley Edward,J,Bradley,Sr Edward,J.,Sr.,Edwardjbradley,Edwardjbradleysr,English,English,Language English,Language,Usage,Entertain,Entertainment,Families,Family,Family,Entertainment Family,Fare Family,Fun Family,Fun

edwardjbradleysr

Common Use Of English In America

By Edwardjbradleysr  (booksie.com)

American talk-show host, actor and avid liberal intellectual, Dick Cavett, returned to the public spotlight by writing Op.Ed colums for the N.Y. Times. This was his first published submission. To date, February 24, 2007, there have been 746 blog entries in response to it. Some are quite...

Short Story | Updated Feb 25, 2007 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 20
Tags: Bradley Common,Use,Of,English Common,English,In,America Dick,Cavett Edward,J,Bradley Edward,J.,Bradley,Sr. Edward,Sr Edwardjbradleysr English English,Language English,Language,Usage,Humor,Ridicule,Sarcasm,Satire,Us,President George,W.,Bush

"Dis" Ing The Language

By Codymuse  (booksie.com)

A humorous look at language.

Poetry | Updated Jan 6, 2007 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
Tags: Humor,Language,Usage

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