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Poem / Non-Fiction

April 18, 2017

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Picking faults will lead to nothing! Read More
What are we looking for in a real friend and are we loyal to our own standards? Read More

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What are we looking for in a real friend and are we loyal to our own standards? Read More

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Hi there, It has been a fair while since I have done any writing, so I am starting up a couple of novels, however I am, as I am sure many writers are, my own worst critic. I have written two openings to two different stories and I am looking… Read More

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This poem is basically for all those people who criticise themselves and the basis of their criticism is sown by the the thoughts of other people. So according to me instead of letting them detoriate themselves daily, we should make them aware of their talents and yes, every single person… Read More
some strong language - I got basis for this from a guy on tumblr (trying-to-resonate-concrete), and speaking because I notice sometimes people on here get unnecessary hate (you are all brilliant, because you TRY and you WILL improve, always) and this is for them Read More
A diary entry of Hannah, a 15 year old below average looking girl who runs away from home unable to bear the criticism from her peers and ignorance of her parents. Read More

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we all have people who doubt us and put us down, and when we realize it, we will end up realizing we are stronger than they think, and we can do what ever we sit our minds to. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 06, 2013

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taken from my book, "Taking Our Sweet Little Time" Read More

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Damned if you do, damned if you don't Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 03, 2013

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Satiric view on normality. Read More
It is quite normal to see someone involved in so much monetary wealth. When I grew up in the 70’s, this endevour was practically irrelevant and not really a necessity to society as a whole. There were TV programmes in Sweden that criticized commercial indoctrination, yes. But the explosion that… Read More
Where does one draw the line? Should we kill a dictator? Muammar al-Gaddafi was shot in the head in his home town in Lybia and the population subsquently cheered. Caesar was stabbed, Louis XIV was beheaded, Nicolae Ceauscu was shot and Osama bin Laden was assassinated. The effects of hatred… Read More
Have you ever been criticized by other people? Have they ever wondering of why they gone criticize on others? Nobody’s perfect, as everybody says. Disraeli stated “It is much easier to be critical than to be correct”. Sometimes, criticism can be a solution to everyone’s emotions and spiritual life but… Read More

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A short story for the insane world of the Anonymous republic. Read More

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A very very short funny story, with a deeper meaning than what is conveyed. Written in the style of late 17th century writers for a writing competition Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 13, 2013

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Many people don't even realize when this happens. I cite only a few exapmles in my poem, there are many more. Read More
We all know someone who tries to bring us down. Why do they do it? How do we deal with their mean, nasty comments? Read More
A story of a young Mormon boy struggling with mental illness and self-identity. Read More

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an unusual literary maths problem Read More

Poem / Humor

February 21, 2012

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Beware of on-line "ghosts" that may leave you deranged Read More
Clueless is an interesting social experiment. The producers deliberately set out to make new trends for teenagers, even releasing a Clueless-inspired line of Barbie dolls, and these efforts were wildly successfully. But, at the same time, the film is a satire on the very people it was marketed to. It… Read More
This should provide an independent (i.e. my own) view of Greenpeace, without contrapment of external bias. this I feel you will infer means I knew little of Greenpeace before hand thus no reason for bias. On reading both advocacy and Critism, as well as its history, of Greenpeace, I have… Read More

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A poem about letting your guard down. Realzing that the conccept in wish we are living it may not be the best. The the world and "rules of society" are not always the ones to follow. Read More

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Della and Kolton judge and criticize the people around them without discretion. They both have to learn to consider things more carefully, though for different reasons. Read More

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Nasty comments I've recieved on Booksie. This is for you haters! With ?, bimbobunny~ Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 13, 2010

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Self critical view of the media and ourselves Read More
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