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Philosophy and physics. Analysis of cause, effect, and creation. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 30, 2017

Reads: 96

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This is short poem about effect and cause. Read More
Whatever you experience it's within which evinces a cause and a solution lies within, if you've not given prerogative to others to define your life. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 04, 2016

Reads: 267

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Poetry 1-29-16 Read More

Tags: poetry, dream, hello, cause, big

All acts of violence, whether perpetrated on an individual or a people are atrocious. None are less or more atrocious than the other. All are abysmal. In order to fight a cause successfully you must have the means to do so and ‘right’ on your side. But what is ‘right’? Read More
A cause-effect essay about how the internet has revolutionized the music industry. Read More
The short-lasting story of a young girl and her unsuspecting companion. Read More
taken from my book, "Taking Our Sweet Little Time" Read More
Many people get discouraged with life, with their trials, setbacks...when hardships and suffering are their lot. This poem suggests that all of us here on earth have difficulties, and that life's not a "free and easy ride"; but we feel better about ourselves and forget our worries and even experience… Read More

Essay / Other

October 15, 2013

This narrative essay is written in the occasion of the first anniversary of "International girl child". The United Nations declared October 11, 2012 to support girls around the world. Read More
WANDERING TEENAGER ON A LOST CAUSE. TIME TO RE-VISIT AND RE-ARRANGE HIS PRIORITIES. Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 18, 2013

Reads: 420

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Self Explanatory. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 30, 2013

what would your world be like Read More

Tags: poetry, world, cause

Pain after your twin is dead is the worst feeling ever Read More

Tags: death, abuse, cause, twin

Poem / Poetry

February 24, 2013

Reads: 253

Comments: 7

The Booksie Classic House

'Is The Row About Now?' written in haiku form. Read More
This little miscellaneous piece i am about to write is about how i feel about my life. Warning this content will contain vulgar language and behavior. Children should not read this. This piece of writing may give anyone nightmares. Beware of the demon under your bed as you are reading… Read More
some might say im depressed, i say im just bullyed.... Read More
An essay detailing an opinion on World Water Wars. A future condition which may very well lead to a situation similar to today's dystopian fiction. Read More

Reads: 693

Comments: 3

The Booksie Classic House

A sad story about a younge girl. Read More
This is a poem about my intense passion for reading and how no one else seems to truly share it. As my fellow readers and writers, I have a feelings most of you will relate. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 10, 2012

Reads: 166

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Before you I had never been so low Before you I could play the radio without memories Before you I could fall without reserve Without reserve Read More
Ryan hides from Dirk’s friends, who are thirsty for vengeance, and Michelle comes with him, and they fall in love in the process, while Brennan has a mental breakdown that results in him being near-fatally wounded after shooting Jim and running from the police Read More
Ryan is arrested for public intoxication, gets into a knife fight with Dirk over Michelle and plays a game of chicken with Dirk which results in Dirk’s death, Ryan must deal with Ethan’s loss of courage and Michelle must deal with her emotionally detached father and gets back together with… Read More
Now I am in a good position. Both of us, my wife and me, are employees and earning well enough to live happily. However, we do not feel happy in the sense of that purity of happiness we had had in our old village. Anyway, along with these memories of… Read More
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