Charles stories, books, poems, and more

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Lake Harrison was done with love until hockey bad-boy, Josh Adams walked on stage. And took her breath away. Can two scarred people, perfect for each other, overcome their broken hearts and find the love and happiness they deserve? Or will Lake’s past, and a madman bent on revenge, put… Read More
This is an area centric biography on Charles Alcock, one of many famous people to come from Chingford, North-East London. This article was originally published in The Chingford Directory in January 2011. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 06, 2015

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Charles Causley penned some wonderful poetry and the simple tale of Timothy Winters has remained in my head since I was forced to learn it in 1984 by my English teacher. Unashamedly plagiarised ... meet Cedric..! Feel free to add more... Amen amen amen! Read More
This article describes in brief the why and how humour thrived during the thousands of years that man (and women) civilised themselves. The article treats humour as was seen in Biblical times, during Greek and Roman times; in the writings of Shakespeare and Dickens. There is even a hint of… Read More

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Be careful what you wish for! Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 26, 2014

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An Iambic tetrameter poem about Longfellow bridge in Boston, Ma., U.S.A. Read More

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We were twins with a deadly difference. Who gave Charles the gift he desperately desired? Read More
During my many online dialogs with evolutionist atheist I noticed that several of them referred me to a paper by Todd C. Wood, a Christian, that was published in the Answers in Genesis Research Journal in 2009 titled "There Is No Darwin Conspiracy”. It was a critical examination of Roy… Read More
The purpose of this research paper is to demonstrate analysis of the modernization processes of Afghanistan under the ruling of Amanullah Khan and that of France under the ruling of King Louis XIV; applying theories to compare and understand the accomplishments and failures resulting from the attempts of reformations to… Read More
The Owaro Ajodun, an annual festival to ward off angry spirits, goes terribly wrong. The festival brings peace and order to the realm by appeasing two diametric, hellish spirit races, the impenitent and the vengeful, by rallying offenders for the sake of seeking forgiveness from spirits of the dead. The… Read More
The Owaro Ajodun, an annual festival to ward off angry spirits, goes terribly wrong. The festival brings peace and order to the realm by appeasing two diametric, hellish spirit races, the impenitent and the vengeful, by rallying offenders for the sake of seeking forgiveness from spirits of the dead. The… Read More
DUMB OLD Mr. CHARLES:there is a theft going on in north shire farm and the thief is had at arms length but manages to escape because of one man's thinking. Read More

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Welcome, Your Royal Highness Read More
The sad tale of a soulful baller and his pursuit of life, love and happiness against insurmountable odds. Read More

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Inspired by my studies of Charles Bukowski at AS level English language which got me into poetry. Personal influences can often be seen in my poems and I like to see it as a hobby in which I can both enjoy it and help manage my thoughts, feelings and values. Read More

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The sequel to "Captured Innocence". The life Delilah has made after she left Shane has been a simple one. She almost prefers it. But it isn't as easy as walking away. Charles is on execution, Shane is asking for something again, and Delilah realizes that her life will be difficult… Read More
When nothing works, Juggernaut turns into begging people direcktly to do the right thing. Does it work? Read More
This is an unfinished story of a complex man who lives a lonely life, who feels threatened if his space is entered, but at the same time pathetic. Read More

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Janet just moved to London after being transferred from her old detective agency in New York. She meets a man named Charles Walker who ends up inviting her to a ball but when she arrives, its not what she expected. Read More

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the story of the loss of my heart Read More

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When Lyric Mullins is stolen straight out of her her own home by a vampire who killed her mother -on accident? - she feels no maddness toward him. As she develops feelings for him, she starts to get letters from her father, who was killed after the conception of her… Read More

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A slender middle aged brown skin man with a ridiculous mustache squeezed in a very narrow space taught English at a college that trained students in agricultural sciences. Mr. Purshotham, the English teacher wore either a light Green or Beige trouser alternatively week long and never wore a short-sleeve shirt.… Read More

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The daughter of Robin hood meets, and tries to rob, the king. when she fails to do so in a stealthy manner, she ends up getting closer to the king and those that want to kill him. now she has to save him so that he can get his country… Read More
A one page very short story that subtely questions the reader on the role of destiny in our lives. Can one belive in destiny blindly? Is believing in destiny just another defense mechanism to be able to handle horrible situations? Can irrational belief and rational people coexist? Please read on… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 22, 2012

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Dirty, old town. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 13, 2012

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This bird you cannot cage. Read More

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Ellis Moore decides to propose to his Girlfriend, Grace Charles on Valentines Day but will see accept when there is problems in their relationship? Contest entry for EmilieHail. Read More
This is an analysis or yet another annotation of a Charles Simic poem that I found mesmerizing. Read More

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