Contradiction stories, books, poems, and more

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Poem / Humor

January 07, 2020

I’m serious, though. Read More
This is story written in 1st and 2nd person Don't you know where this is going, good luck sleeping bub Read More

Poem / Romance

February 02, 2018

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Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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Poem / Poetry

September 10, 2015

Reads: 368

Comments: 3

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Are we? Read More
A successful relationship is more than a first physical attraction. It requires a lot of work from both parties to assure that the union is enduring and successful. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 24, 2012

Reads: 268

Comments: 3

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A tried and true message. Unfortunately Read More
some days earlier, i was shocked by the sad demise of my friend.despite of having very good qualities, he abides very bad company yet to pursue them rigorously without knowing them.envisage of these thoughts compelled me to write about the bitter realities of todays world.its my first ever writing. Read More
This was one of my first poems. The title is pretty self explanatory. Read More
What happens when your nature fights you nurture? You are filled with contradictory beliefs and nothing feels right anymore. Read More
I want to, I don't want to. Left, right. Yes, no. Contradictions all, yet they share the same roots. Read More

Poem / Memoir

February 03, 2010

Reads: 492

Comments: 6

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January 14, 2010--This is a bit of a summary as to the emotions I was dealing with that day. The night before was riddled with love...the day after was a bit disheartening, but all is well after all. :) And no--I have never seen Avatar. -.- Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 12, 2009

Two Sides of the same person, at least it seems like that. Read More
Whether the theme—being what is not while not being what is, is encountered in Sartre’s Being And Nothingness (the “hole” in my self-consciousness that permits human reality while remaining just outside the reach of this reality), or in Freud’s simultaneous attractive and repulsive forces, Eros and death wish, or in… Read More
Its the same as before... We already reviewed this and for gods sake (excuse me just once more) did I not ask for feedback, if you think I suck say I suck. Read More
Ugh.. Summaries. Have you ever read a summary from a book or story aloud to yourself? If you have you know about it and if you haven't please do. I found at 100-120 percent of the books I have read have absolutely stupid summaries. I'm sorry for being somewhat harsh… Read More
This is my last essay/memoir under the category of My Old Professor. It basically concerns my struggle with his teachings. Up next is the category of existential considerations, considerations that have helped me survive a rather risky lifestyle. Read More

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Comments: 1

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comment if you wish. =] thanx for reading! Read More

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Comments: 5

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Sorry it took so long, AND this isn't even what I have been (lazily) working on. Just a few random ramblings that have been swimming in my head since I woke up this morning. Read More

Poem / Other

January 03, 2008

Reads: 282

Comments: 2

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The whole premise behind this writing, is to convey that life is a paradox. Read More

Reads: 340

Comments: 4

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It was 3 am, i couldn't sleep. I needed to empty my screaming mind, this is what came out... Read More

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Comments: 263

Shelves: 2

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This poem, is an exercise in rhyming, rhythm and cadence. Intended for all ages but, most especially, for children. On April 2, 2007, I became a grand-father for the 1st time. It occurred to me that, in the mind of my grand-child, I will always be a mystery and a… Read More
Like black and white-this poem deals with contrasts albeit in a cynnical way-then finally succumbs to contradiction. Read More
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