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Random First Lines:A western short, but becuase of its length IÃ¨ll have it divided into a small number of chapters.
This is tale of a six shooter in a town of... » Read
This is a short summary of who I am and what I believe in so that those who read my short stories, essays or articles will know more about the man behind the words.
My vision from God to help others with the help of Gods people.
In honor of the war veterans and there families.
Poetry | Updated Nov 25, 2013 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 2
By Matthew Bissonnette
A tale about a shop owner; his wife and a veteran of the first World War who can neither speak nor laugh at the shop owner's crude jokes.
An article regarding how we should go about repaying our veterans.
By Melissa Firefox
Inspired by SoftDreamer7's lovely poem about our veterans. Please enjoy! God bless America!
Since Veterans Day is coming up on Monday, I decided why not write some poems dedicated for those who have sacrificed their lives for America this week. Today's poem is about heroes. On Thursday, the poem's gonna be about the word RESPECT. On Saturday, it's a short story. :3 And on...
By Juli Monat
One listener, 3 soldiers, lost and confused
about what is real, and what not.
"Kiowa" is a story of love, courage, strength and healing -- told through the eyes (and ears) of a highly-trained combat dog.
When Kiowa's seemingly unbreakable bond with his handler is tragically shattered, he feels as though everything is lost. But soon he discovers a path to recovery -- in a...
A story of meeting a real life hero.
Short Story | Updated Jul 17, 2013 | Reads: 78 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
A tribute to my grandfather, a fellow Marine. Iwo survivor and responsible for much of my writing inspiration.
My teacher assigned a last minute project for me - She wants me to write a paragraph about how I feel when I look at the American flag for a Veteran's Day assembly. This is what I came up with, so I thought I'd put it on here.
A rather upbeat description of a spontaneous roadtrip undertaken by friends in their late 20s still living with a vigor only found in teens.
Short Story | Updated Jul 27, 2012 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
GENOCIDE OF THE HOMELESS - by ignoring the needs of the homeless - we are - in effect - letting them die. Living on the street is contrary to every public health recommendation for every country on the face of this earth. The denial of food, clothing and shelter is a guarantee that the health...
By Peter Pogany
A mysteriously acting moral law and the quest for authentic life are still with us as time goes by.