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The battle draws to a close...
Final Poem in the Arise My Love series
A poem I wrote a while ago. It can be pretty much about facing anything but to me personally, it's about fighting OCD and all the stress, depression, and panic attacks it gives you.
It is a ballade with a twist... added stanza, changed last line on only the last stanza... but I like it better...
Wrote this back in 2007 and it was the winning short story in a science competition. It's also one of the most risky - in terms of its ideas - stories I've ever written.
By Catching Frogs
Find out who won what!!!!
Okay. This is a magical/mythical/picture challenge. i felt as if my first challenge was not really great, so I am recreating a challenge. i hope you join. Thanks.
Little look into a backstabbing friendship.
By Mirabella Raven
This has been bugging me for quite some time...
"Hey, Iâ€™m Evelyn Valentine, Iâ€™m 19 years old, and Iâ€™m going to tell you what happened to me when I was 17.
Well it is actually, so letâ€™s start.
Here goes nothing."
Evelyn Valentine Is Having A Night Out With Her 'Friends'. As Usual Mary And Gabriella...
By Keith Paz
The pitfalls of masculine pride, alcohol and focus on winning rather than people are communicated to a young man who I like, but who I think might be clouded in his judgment and held back from his potential as a person by same.
True Courage and Courage True go out to young men closer to me than...
This is about me and this guy i really liked and who broke my heart
The many truths that are key to leading a happy life...
This is one of the favorite poems I've written :)
Poetry | Updated Feb 19, 2009 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Jennifer is your ultimate tomboy. She's only happy when she's dribbling a soccer ball, or doing anything outside. Love doesn't mean much to her, and she's happy that way.
Amber, her twin, is exactly her opposite. She loves fashion, dressing up, and flirting. Amber knows the perfect recipes to...
By John Klawitter
Beale, now working as an up-and-coming advertising creative person, meets Jane Fonda and is thrown into a funk over his memories of the Vietnam war. He comes to realize the irony--the North Vietnamese defeated him because of their propaganda machine, just another form of advertising.