Cashier stories, books, poems, and more

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Pensacola 32502 is the zip code for the county seat of Escambia County, Florida, and the Pensacola City Hall. The title of most of the short stories I write about characters in this area will begin with this. This story celebrates Edith Clarice's first day on the job at the… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

I will not let you down. I promise, I'll be different. Trust in me because I will give everything for you. My being is yours and to the heavens I proclaim it so. Forever shall I rest in the unsettling unknown before I forsake you. I am transforming for you.… Read More

Short Story / Thrillers

September 26, 2013

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A girl walks to seven eleven drunk after a long night of partying. Her small trip to the store turns deadly when two robbers enter the store. So add any comments about how I can make this better, thanks :) Should I leave in the bits and pieces about Tom? Read More
Rylee ReneeLynn McAller was the girl you loved to hate. Flawless skin, long, thick dark brown, almost black hair, anperfect body and personality. She had straight A's and a job. She was 17, yet partyed like she was 21. What could you excpect from a gurl whoes mother couldnt care… Read More

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In society today one's profession is considered to say a lot about a person and their personality. If you're a writer, your creative, deep. If you're a successful lawyer, your articulate, well read, opinionated. Well what happens if you're a cashier at Target? What could a cash register and conveyor… Read More

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A recent experience inspired this poem. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 08, 2007

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Icicles melt within my eyes, due to the heat of pain. Read More
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