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Random First Lines:A brother and sister duo go on a journey to a world they never knew existed: Florawood.
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A short story following the trials and tribulations of a boy called lettuce boy.
taken from my book,
taken from my book, "Taking Our Sweet Little Time"
something must be done about the tomato problem.
Miscellaneous | Updated Nov 23, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
Helpful tips to lose weight.
Commentary on the increasing militarisation of Western political solutions to addressing countries ravaged by despots? Or just a playful send-up of Gershwin's "Let's call the whole thing off"?
Throwaway, I know. But poetry doesn't have to always be serious.
By Tucker Haase
I wrote this with my friends Jack and Rob, and we won the "Humor award" at our Highschool for it! If you don't like cheesy puns then don't bother, but you'll be missing out!
There are many disorders of today that are unexplained..too many questions and not enough answers... we need a cure NOT just treatments...worse part there is not one treatment for all....this is just one issue...
Rachel visits a farmers market to try and win a competition against her brother, but she finds more than just vegetables await her.
I wrote this story based on the premise that it had to include a farmers market, odd vegetables and an alien. Not the easiest subjects to fit together, and not my...
The winter in Bangladesh was generally considered as pleasant.Usually lifestyle change in this season and many activities like,visiting countryside with family and friends, picnic,travels,sightseeing,festivals,fairs,ceremonies take place in this season.
But,this winter that has started in...
By Alex Site
Man's True best friend
Poetry | Updated Nov 9, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
About a farmer and his demanding wife and how he managed to get what his wife wants to show that he loves his wife.
Short Story | Updated Oct 10, 2012 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
taken from my book,
Gooseberry pickles is very popular in South India. To protect the berries from theives, the farmers hire a special group of women Gooseberry warriors.
i bet vegetables are sad because they taste nasty.