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For the happy girl who committed suicide. Mental illness is not always noticeable, it usually isn't at all, until we see it in our memories. Read More

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"masterfully crafted in a way that brings awareness to a form of mental health we're all familiar with. hauntingly beautiful." Read More

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This is completely based on what has happened within my lifestyle. Read More

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This is the story of a man that meets a woman, or thinks she’s a woman. He then becomes involved in an on/off relationship that ends in a shocking surprise. Read More

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wrote this 2 years back, one of the first pieces I ever wrote. enjoy... Read More

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February 22, 2021

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Surviving the winter blast in Texas. Read More

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A little girl used to think of all her troubles a nightmare which will end soon. But days after days passed away, still the nightmare didn't end. At last, she had to adapt with the reality and stay in real life. Read More
Short story continues with another piece of writing on process Read More

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February 07, 2021

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SHORT STORY CONTINUED WITH SONG INSPIRATION Read More

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January 30, 2021

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Cover image: pixabay.com. Read More

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Obsession can never be ignored or justified; at least not repeatedly. Otherwise, its destruction will be widespread and massive, passes into generations and even worse, becomes a norm in the society.. A true story. Read More

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The feelings I personally felt along my dark road of psychological health. Edit:I did this on word pad and will use google docs in the future. Read More

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January 17, 2021

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Young Marine discovers new friends and a new culture far from home. Read More

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A short story that is part of a series about Bobby and his imaginary adventures. The series is still a work in progress, hopefully will become a book at some time. Read More

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Life doesn’t come with instructions. However, it would be helpful if we were given basic instructions and information about the world, before entering it. This book is made for people of color to educate them on life as a colored person. Read More

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A story about my life with bordeline personality disorder and other mental illnesses. Read More

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Why I suck - a long and unpoetic account Looking at myself, I see something subhuman. My thoughts are profoundly negative; I consistently think in cynical terms. Sometimes I'll hear benign laughter from a group of friends joking about something completely unrelated to me, yet in all my anxiety and… Read More

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Bleak trackside apartment Somewhere in a low socio-economic area of Sydney stood a shabby trackside apartment, the kind some people are vaguely grateful to have taken out a mortgage for. The bleach-white, paper thin walls hardly muffled the chirping of birds who'd woken up to another sunny day. Their joyful… Read More

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In the Legend of Korra comics, Korra ends up a full-blown dike, kissing Asami and then telling her parents about it who are fully accepting. Well, I decided that that's not what happened. So here's actually how it went: Read More

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This about my life right before COVID hit to where I am now. Read More

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9 seconds or less is a short story about how a boxing athlete face adversity and what can we learn from that experience. it is the chapter 1 of the book -anecdotes- Read More

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The continuation to my grandma's memory on her birthday Read More

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A substitute child! this short story is about how my father kept his promise to accept me as a child as per my mother's claim that he is my father. Read More

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December 13, 2020

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Lt. Ernest Chamberlain left his expectant wife and son on December 31, 1941 and headed for Fort Lewis Washington. This real-life story tells of our family's desire and challenges to be together for Christmas in 1942. When will he receive his call to the war overseas? No one knows. Read More

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A perplexing question I would like an answer to. Read More

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A piece of my life in short story form awakened by a Review Chain Fortnightly prompt. Read More

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A documented account of being lost in the mountains Read More

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Chatting away with my friend Marie-Louise. Read More
Recently seeing an old drowning I did in 1965, I recalled an important period in my life: completing basic training, meeting my wife, my crowning victory as a weightlifter and the effect the sport had on my life. Read More