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By Amy Cook
Funny joke I came across on the internet so I don't own joke fyi.
Miscellaneous | Updated Aug 17, 2013 | Reads: 204 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By James Troxler
This is only part 1, so if you find the ending a bit awkward, don't worry, It's supposed to be like that.
A little explanation: the only time people in this world die is by sickness, old age, or separation of the head from the body.
This little bit is for the Christian wondering what...
Chains on My Wings
When you think of a school dance or a wedding dance what comes to mind. The giant dance circles? The dance offs? Do you ever think of the slow songs? Those songs may seem corny at times if your not with the right person, but when you're with the right person it feels more perfect then anything...
I wrote this poem for my friend Shawn the night before his wedding as a wedding gift. I also gave him a frying pan. The photo partly inspired the poem it was at a Halloween party around 2006. Shawn and Kristina were married 9-17-11 and my husband was one of the groomsman's however Shawn was my...
Poetry | Updated Jul 19, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A BOY AND GIRL IN A CHURCH IN 1961 AND THEIR PRETEND WEDDING
Olly recaps over the years after his encounter with Laura. A sweet ending to the love story.
By Jjs Pen House
This is a great about lost love.
By Elton Camp
A proposal that is open and fair to all concerned.
Article | Updated Jun 10, 2013 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
In this poem I tried to draw similarities between the rain and the life of a newly married Indian woman. In the first stanza I depicted how arrival of rain is similar to an arrival of bridegroomâ€™s wedding procession at brideâ€™s home. It depicts how a typical Indian wedding takes...
Poetry | Updated Jun 6, 2013 | Reads: 58 | Comments: 6 | Likes: 7
Laura is getting married! But what about Olly? Part Three.
A stranger stops at an inn. He has run away from something. He is dressed in wedding clothes, but where is his bride?
By Gabriel Woodworth
Immortality is more of a comedy.
By Gabriel Woodworth
Immortality is more like a comedy.
Lorelei (Lore-i-lie) Spector isnâ€™t your stereotypical 24-year-old woman. She dyes parts of her hair pink, she loves piercings and tattoos, she jumps from job to job, and she moves from apartment to apartment constantly. She just isnâ€™t ordinary, unless is comes to love.