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Poem / Poetry

March 23, 2021

Reads: 294

Comments: 5

The Booksie Classic House

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Tags: imagination, cows

Reads: 2095

Comments: 3

Shelves: 3

The Booksie Classic House

Announcing: The Audio Version has just launched!!! Copy and paste this link for a free audible copy: Follow the links to for the completed version of Memoirs of the Yankee Cowboy by Cookie Reese, Photo by Duncan Adler. The first sequel of the Yankee Cowboy novella series, Memoirs… Read More
Renewable energy source, as yet untapped. Read More

Reads: 537

Comments: 3

The Booksie Classic House

This story is about a young man wanting to start a business as no one else has. But is that possible if the business depends on Dragons? Read More
A story about an amazing, unique and very mysterious man. His early life (what we know of it), his life on our sheep station and a few descriptions about his 'uniqueness' (is that a word?). Enjoy! Read More

Tags: cream, cowboy, cows, milk, jimmy

Short Story / Other

May 07, 2016

Reads: 987

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This is the story about a cow. A cow with no name, but a number. Enjoy :) Read More
A cow marries and becomes a travel agent cause of drug dealers. Read More

Tags: cows

Essay / Humor

December 20, 2015

Just your everyday joint to the local grocery store Read More

Tags: butter, cows, vodka

Dairy calves are those which are brought into being solely in order for the milk its mother will produce. In many cases they are separated from the mother within a day of birth to maximise milk production. Females might be lucky enough to be selected for a similar fate; the… Read More
Wife goes nuts, find out! Read More
The name 'Eno' is unusual for a person in US but for Juggernaut the name Eno raises old memories of drinking Eno Fruit Salt drink for digestion, its use is very common in India. Read More

Reads: 800

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

"True, This! — Beneath the rule of men entirely great, The pen is mightier than the sword." Edward Bulwer-Lytton Read More
Here it is, the contents of February 23rd. I left out a few things. Like that he believes you choose who you love, so therefor me "choosing" not to love him was a huge crime rather than a natural happening of feelings. OH! And that he told me he hated… Read More

Poem / Other

February 19, 2012

Thoughts on the mysteries in deep brown eyes Read More
Based on the hit IGN Trailer, a farm boy must travel seven years in the past to save a kingdom from an evil force hell-bent on destroying it. The pictures belong to IGN. This is based off of an April Fools Trailer made by IGN, not mine. Some of the… Read More

Essay / Travel

March 29, 2011

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

My essay for my English class. The topic was Description, it had to be something, someplace, or someone who you could really describe at great length. I chose my county's fair. I love it there. Its always at the beginning of August so its a wrap up of the summer,… Read More
The cows on the farm are waking up, the farmer's guard is left down for in the morning the animals are sane... Read More
A murderous revolution is taking place in America's food industry. Will these rebels pull off the crime of the century? 'You can't spell slaughter without laughter' Read More

Reads: 459

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Two girls switch lives for six months with unexpected results!! Read More
This has to be other because it's humor and adventure and just crazy all in one, I plan on updating this a minimum of a long chapter a week and hopefully way more often. It an adventure tale of Oreo the cow that gets abducted and brought away. Just read… Read More

Essay / Editorial and Opinion

September 16, 2009

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Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Applied ethics and meat. A few thoughts. Videos are graphic. Read More
This is about how falling in love is like ice cream. Its not completly realistic, so just go with it. A little random but worth it. Enjoy! Read More
For a challenge, please comment. It's not the best we've ever written (apart or together) could be worse, I guess. Read More
About the first dog in my life. Read More
Thorton Wilder experimented in writing "three minute plays," his own creation in which a complete story with only three characters is told in (of course) three minutes. Here is one that I have written for an English class. It is about a Southern family and an odd occurence that happens… Read More

Reads: 466

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Who cares who is right and who is wrong when the behavior leaves a stinky mess. Read More
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