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In one hour they lost everything. In one hour they gained eachother. Now they have to heal hand in hand because no matter how bad they want to you cant flip the hourglass over and start again. Read More
The Official waiver from the Bridge of Time By Missy from Read More
A love that's worth the fall written by Missy, Author of Bridge of Time. Read More
Due to popular demands from the readers of Bridge of Time By Missy, Missy has written another article requested by her readers. Read More
Excerpts from "Missy's Words of Encouragement", Copied from Bridge of Time By Missy (Ireland Fan Page): of Encouragement Read More
Missy is the Author of Bridge of Time, Love, Unspoken, A Woman's Heart, Soldier's Shadow, The Boy in Cell 1-24 and a few other literary fiction. Missy's writings has reached United Kingdom and most part of Europe, Asia and the Middle East within 3 months of online publication. Missy wrote… Read More
Missy is the Author of Bridge of Time page on Facebook. Her literary fiction writings has currently reached more than 152 Countries all over the World from February 2011. Read More

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A compilation of Letters and Essays about Love and Life in general. Read More
Collection of Missy's original essays from Missy's Bridge of Time page on Facebook has reached 153 Countries from the time it was first published online on February of 2011. Missy's writings can be found on and Read More
"Léon, this is war. Not a time for heroic deeds. This is no story, dude. 'S real life." "I know. But what if it works?" During World War 1, the Belgian village of Grimbergen is being assaulted by the Germans. The soldiers can't defend their homes, because the Burned Bridge's… Read More
Suicide by a girl whose favorite place was an old rusty bridge. Chapter 1. Read More
To see an omen of death, a rather nasty magician on the hunt for power-hers to be exact-and a long dead relative was not on Rebekah’s to do list. However, she is yet to learn that not everything is as it seems. Read More
A wonderful piece of advice for those who, as I, felt at some point lost but managed to find themselves over time. Thank you. Read More

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Comments: 9

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Humor me! Write me a story of a novel. Either way.. It's your job to entertain me! Read More
This song can be about a person who at every turn, the more to mention or call her name the more you become weaker and more vunerable to what she does to you and everyone around you even though they know alot about Desiree but everyone knows the old Desiree… Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 01, 2010

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

"Bridge the Gap" is a short letter in the form of a poem that depicts the state of mind of a stressed person who wants anyhow to speak to his beloved. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 25, 2010

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Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

This is a poem i wrote inspired by one of my favorite shows, dexter. Read More
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Tags: tears, bridge, blood, water

Poem / Poetry

September 19, 2010

Reads: 1076

Comments: 59

The Booksie Classic House

Night stroll under the city lights, cuddling the one in your heart... Read More
A song about broken friendships and leaving people behind. Read More
A sewer treatment plant built on the beach front road, where it could be? In Vizag, a large metropolitan city in South India with a population over 2 million. “Whose idea was that?” inquired Juggernaut. “Don’t ask me, I only work here,” replied the irritated lady engineer working at the… Read More

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I'm not even sure when I wrote this, but I was looking for something else when I found it by accident today, so I thought I'd put it up here for you guys :) .. it's a rather melancholy piece (as all my poetry tends to be XD) a lot… Read More
The early construction and operation of engineer John Roeblings Brooklyn Bridge was dogged by deaths and disasters, some of them, like the caisson fire of 1870 and the Brooklyn Bridget Riot of 1883, disturbingly bizarre. Indeed, insiders worried that the bridge would never be built, despite the persistent efforts of… Read More
I wrote this poem for school, but I liked it so much that I submitted it to our school anthology at the end of the year, and now I still like it so I'm posting it... here. :) Read More
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