Aunt stories, books, poems, and more

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A poem about my cute and innocent aunt who is just like Winnie the Pooh, in a cute and good way, and pugs. Read More
Dedicated to Ina Mae Dooley (1937-2017) who died on February 24, 2017. Read More
This eulogy I wrote for my relative's funeral was praised by everyone at the funeral and so I am making it available for everyone. I waive my copyright rights on this writing - please use without permission. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 01, 2016

Reads: 229

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Tags: girl, boy, visiting, aunt, 1951

A child meets a fairy with a taste for grapes, which leads her on a life-path that she never expected. --- This is longer than a short story, but at the time I placed it here I was less adapt to doing this. (Not that I'm all that good now… Read More
This is the story of one girls journey from addict and mental issues to recovery Read More

Poem / Other

September 22, 2015

I wrote this in memorial for my aunt. She was my best friend. Read More

Tags: girl, boy, mother, aunt, flo, 964

The series continues... Backyard of Uncle Heinrich ~ The party is held in the backyard, but Birk and Ed went a little further out to the field where a glowing tree caught their eyes. From there, they are taken into an enchanted forest and crystal tavern. Read More
Chairty Moore was raised by her mother her whole childhood growing up, and they had a close relationship. Due to Chairty's father being a deadbeat, he wasn't in her life and never has been and she was perfectly fine with that. In fact, she was more than fine with that--… Read More
A summary of my life during my whole 20 years. Read More

Reads: 787

Comments: 58

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Acacia's family persished in a accidental house fire when she was just seven years old. Fifteen years later she discovers that the fire was deliberate. Acacia follows an extensive trail on a quest to find out her family's secrets. Read More
The story is about the numerous experiences of a young boy.... Read More
Why do we do what we know we shouldn't. A tangled web we weave, of wires. Read More
A short essay about the woman who inspires me the most. Read and please comment Read More

Reads: 405

Comments: 3

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For eighth grade graduation. I'm actually quite proud of this. Update: I got special recognition for this at graduation =D Read More

Reads: 528

Comments: 6

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A fanfiction for Harry Potter. rights (C) to J.K. Rowling for the novel and rights (C) to voiceofzora for the bookcover. Hope you enjoy and please don't forget to comment. Read More

Reads: 244

Comments: 1

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My cousin Marleigh committed suicide in January of 2007. She was a great girl and I can only imagine what she went through, seeing as she never came to me. But than again I was too young to under stand. Read More
This is about my Aunt, how I viewed her, and how her death affected me. Read More

Tags: love, death, jealousy, aunt

Book / Fan Fiction

June 30, 2011

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Comments: 8

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A boy goes looking for a girl in the woods at night and ends up finding one of the biggest secrets in the world. Werewolves. And not just any werewolves. Werewolves bent on revenge. Werewolves who kill for fun. What do they kill? Find out in the book. Read More
I'm not really sure what Genre this is under, but here is a story I wrote a couple of years ago. Totally fictional... :) Thanks so much for reading, and please do comment. When you do comment, though, please remember I wrote this in 5th grade. Sorry if there's any… Read More

Reads: 249

Comments: 2

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Tags: poem, boy, aunt

What Happens when Mari Bendon's mom dies and is left with nothing in memory and has to go live with Savvy and Aunt Lyn? This is a great story of friendship and a girl's story to survive without a mom to guide her, only her careless aunt and her best… Read More

Reads: 849

Comments: 45

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Its the summer and Edie Carlo is counting the days until school starts again. She's always counting- seconds, hours, days. Everything is precise and organised: no risks, nothing unplanned, nothing unusual. But then Edie and her mother are sent to Tenby, a town by the sea, to look after dying… Read More

Reads: 286

Comments: 1

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This is what I said at my aunt's funeral. R.I.P. Aunt Nettie Read More

Reads: 524

Comments: 2

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Sahara is a 17 year old junior that attends Waterford high. She has the picture perfect life; good friends, straight A's and an amazing family. She is one of the most outgoing girls in school and loves to have fun. When her little sister kaylee get diagnosed with cancer evrything… Read More
In short: Through the point of view of an average special american gurl, you'll read the recalls of a girl living in 21st century America. Just like everyone else she wants a happy ending, but right now, she is searching for a happy beginnng or maybe middle, just where ever… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 26, 2011

Reads: 150

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

this is a poem that tells about my aunt Doralee Read More

Tags: aunt, doralee

Tell Me About Easter, Aunt Lou aims to help parents bridge the gap between the secular and religious symbols used to celebrate the Easter season. This book charmingly shares the message of love and salvation offered to each of us by the perfect offering, Jesus Christ, while also explaining the… Read More
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