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By Rajan Thapaliya
Our welcome to those
People of this new era
Poetry | Updated Dec 4, 2011 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Zoe Yoshikane
Emily had just ran away from her foster home and shes now alone on the streets and deeply injured but a stranger named kevin helps her and gives her a new home and a family full of teenagers! Yes teenagers but what happens when her new family promises her a normal high school life?
By Rajan Thapaliya
Welcome to the land of the fame
I'm far from the radio and video game
The art of nature and best of the best
Mother of universe, thatâ€™s the Mount Everest
Rhododendron is blooming and mountain is smiling
Snow is falling while couples of pigeonâ€™s are flying
Reflects the joy where...
Pictures for my newest novel A Welcome Burden
Miscellaneous | Updated Oct 21, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 4
WELCOME TO LOSERVILLE! POPULATION: ALL OF US LOSERS!
Just some thoughts on how I see the world.
Poetry | Updated Aug 25, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
a dear old man's sudden demise.
By Midnight Jade
A selection of dark poems created by yours truly. Read with fair warning - some of the peoms in this novel can get quite deep and horrific.
*A "Lyy" is the correct name of the intricate tattoos found on the bodies of the Gypsies, or "The People".
*This is purely a fan made passage, anything pertaining to real life situations, names, or cultures is made entirely for reading leisure, not to be taken as an offense.
*Romani, being the...
You seem to break and burn all of the wonderful places I welcome you to in my world. Tis' a shame.
By Emina Pelja
Hayley has lived in Hollywood all her life but she has no idea what's in store for her when she lands a job at the most anticipated magazine in Hollywood, The Scene. She learns what Hollywood is really like and even finds herself caught under the spotlight. To add to all that drama, she's got a...
How I view teenagers are nowdays
tormented mind,mental health issues,fear of darkness
A poem about Indiana University and the jaded youth, the alcoholic brain sleep, the "Welcome Week" to start the year.