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By Shannan Browne
Somethings really should be taught correctly...
Poetry | Updated Aug 2, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Kaylie interrupts her high school crush Josh's wedding so she could marry him instead.
Short Story | Updated Aug 2, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a story about a girl named Shelby Nichole Prince who is a pureblooded Slytherin that fell in love with Harry Potter. The story takes place after the War and starts out on her wedding day, where she initially reminisces about her relationship with the famous Harry Potter, while marrying...
Miscellaneous | Updated Jul 29, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Just a poem I wrote while listening to The Bunny The Bear
After years of living on with her husband on his family's farm Kristen finally sees what's been missing. Cover photo by bmillermoro: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bobbimillermoro/
By Cassia Abigail
Abigail is sent away by her mother and step family. She is send off to go live with her father and her soon-to-be step family in California. Her life gets turned upside down by this family that she now finds herself a part of. And her dad is marrying this woman in a couple months. But, the worst...
A family wedding, a rich, obnoxious Uncle and a Motley Crue song come together to form a charming little tale about how money makes people behave.
I have written this as a gift for an upcoming wedding. It will be presented to the happy couple during the reception, written in the front of a lovely handmade leather bound book. The book is then intended to be circulated at the reception for all guests to write a message, as a keepsake.
A romantic story of how two souls from different parts of the world are brought together by a star. The very same star becomes the symbolic and physical representation of there love.
The Do Nots In A Relationship is a manual written to help couples understand the things to say or not to say and the things to do or not to do in order to sustain a heathier relationship
Kristen's about to marry her lifelong best friend and she's got some pre-wedding jitters. So who does she call to help her out?
Short Story | Updated Jun 18, 2012 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
I wrote this short story/poem a couple of days after my girlfriend had committed suicide. I'm not very good with emotions, so I put what I felt into my writing. A friend told me I should put it up, so here it is. Enjoy.
By The Ragamufin
I decided to write something a bit lighter after my first story. This is something based on a poetry exercise I did in an English class a while ago.
A letter written, but never meant to be sent. And what will one day probably be my wedding vows. It secretly describes where, when, and how I met my fiance.
One promising writer on this site said in her profile that she was not monogamous. That made me realise that, although I freely admit to being polygamous, I managed to achieve that without going astray. "A Singular Polygamist" is copied from my personal web page.