Bethany stories, books, poems, and more

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Book / Romance

February 02, 2015

Reads: 891

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Bethany Lewiston Miller was a loser, before she had her life flipped. She's learning to cope with all the attention, and the thing is, she doesn't like it. Bethany knew it was a consequence, but just wanted to look and feel good. In a few months, everything starts to go… Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 26, 2011

Reads: 80

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A poem to my best friend. Read More

Tags: friend, bethany

Book / Romance

April 26, 2011

Reads: 213

Comments: 4

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

She’s a small town girl who’s always been a fighter. She’s never had it easy. She’s a heavy eater and the only hope for the girls of Bethany High. He’s the strongest guy in the school, he rich and a loner. Read to know what happens when two worlds completely… Read More
I gues I'll never stop missing you, and I'll never stop wishing you hadn't moved to Tennessee. Read More

Poem / Humor

May 15, 2007

Reads: 199

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This is a dedication to my mom's divorce. This is what I'd do in that situation. Read More
Here are just some feelings of mine thrown down, which I'll revise later. Read More

Reads: 121

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

It was originally a song by my "band" but since it has somewhat of a rhyme scheme, I figured it could be posted here. 'Tis about lost love. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 25, 2007

Reads: 120

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Just something I made up when I was in fifth grade a few years ago. Read More

Poem / Other

March 20, 2007

Reads: 226

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This is a dedication to a very special friend of mine who had to leave us after only three years. My thirteenth birthday was positively the worst one because that was the day my Boxer died. Read More
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