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A man sees an upset boy with a red umbrella, but leaves him, and years later feels guilty at not handling the opportunity and helping him. Corny.
Everthing and anything that spews out my mouth
This is a poem on how the Winter Queen may feel. As well as my entry for Sungemini15 poetry challenge
By Songs Never Written
Depression. Anger. Confusion. Hate. All these things he made me feel, but he also made me feel something else...the true feeling that conquers all ;)
Note: This story was written when I was age 12-13 in the 6th to 7th grade, try not to be TOO critical haha.
Eight year old Rae Drayer has lived her short life in confusion. She has no answers to her endless stream of questions. Who is her father? Why does her mother constantly force them to...
feeling bad and missing the one you love on new years day
Poetry | Updated May 23, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
On the edge of our galaxy, a star passes away. Whether due to a flaw in nature, or an aspect of fate, a key hole into our brightest pasts â€“ and our darkest futures â€“ opens for man. Some doors are better left closed, but this is one that Ben Stratform is destined to open. He is...
A bittersweet, and sad story. So far my friends think it is amazing. Many of them cried as they read it. I take that as a good sign. It's about a girl. She gets in a car accident. What happens next changes her life forever. There's a lot of twists. But maybe her life will turn back to...
When the world is at stake, only 4 warriors and the powers of their elements can stop the destruction. A new ShenGongWu reveals itself making the wearer invinsible, but once 'the hag' retrieves it, there's no stopping her. Only two warriors and the power of their love can stop the one who...
Veronica Sandfurd was just a normal 16 year old girl until she got pregnant, by her ex boyfriend. Now she has to deal with telling people that she's pregnant and all she struggles through. A tear jerking story that will want you to keep reading. (According to some people, anyway :):) :) :).)
I felt like reaching deep down again, into my hidden files
Poetry | Updated Feb 11, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 7 | Likes: 5
This poem is for my great Grandma, who died just a week ago at the age of 96. She was in a lot of pain and could barely speak before she died. Her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great- great grandchildren all loved her very much. This is a great loss for our family. Now we all...
Poetry | Updated Feb 7, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Moon Child
Allways, I realize that this word is mispelled, but it has a huge significance to me. When going through some old stuff in suitcases, I came across some letters my father had written to my mother. Spanish is his first language, so his english wasn't the best. The letters always finished saying:...
Poetry | Updated Feb 6, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 5