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One motorcycle, one continent, 6 months and countless possibilities... Read More
The French section of this 6 month motorcycle journey across Europe, where I found beautiful sceneries, people, and cultures, all while riding on two wheel. Read More

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She is a girl of many names, stripped of her titles, ranks, and power. From the moment her mother was murdered on that cold, cold morning, staining the snow red, Anomie lost the freedoms she had before. Oiran can't love for themselves, eat for themselves, laugh for themselves, or… Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 10, 2018

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Shelves: 1

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Inspired by the poets I'm reading in my Chicano Studies class and by real life. Thanks for reading! Read More

Tags: culture

this is about the muslims beliefs Read More

Reads: 94

Comments: 5

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this is about short introduction to muslims Read More
this is about short introduction to Islam Read More
A short story about a Moroccan country couple who loved each other and grew up to be an old husband and wife who, from time to time went mad. but some bad events happened and changed the couple's life completely. enjoy reading Read More
Why I will no longer be answering the question, "what race are you?". Read More

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The story of Daniel Read More
what are the religious and cultural characteristics that have affected consumption in the market in the society of iraq? Read More
Are teachers vital? It gives the impression like it’s a simple question, nevertheless, it’s one with countless answers. It appears like a bulky amount of work. Well, they have to have enough persistence to support and care for many children. Even among the futile, hectic and loud days, teachers… Read More
the international book fair that is held in kolkata towards the beginning of every year has gradually grown to be a cultural confluence. the event is in its 42nd year now and has never failed to charm its visitors. the article discusses, in brief, this amazing aspect, along with… Read More

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Comments: 6

Shelves: 12

The The Imaginarium House

In today’s society, we are raised and conformed into complying zombies. Losing our minds in a vicious cycle of consumerism and white-collar tyranny, that we all submit to. We have now reached a point of nadir, and no one realises. I took my short story, 'The Link',… Read More
Short article about Japanese culture Read More

Tags: japan, culture

It was time to stir the guards up for being slack! Read More

Poem / Young Adult

September 23, 2017

Reads: 67

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Warrior Writers House

The corruption of our youth is going too far. Read More

Short Story / Memoir

September 20, 2017

Reads: 87

Comments: 1

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The Footsteps, yarns and little fibs House

Asked to join a meeting to discuss wedding arrangements, but nothing seemed quite right. Read More
A short story explaining the origin of the name for "Year" and the possible origin of the Chinese New Year. A fairy tale, a myth, a story I was told about the origin of the Chinese New Year. Read More

Reads: 130

Comments: 1

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A short story about a funny childhood incident. I say it is finished, but I'm sure there could be more editing done. I just want to see the potential of this short story as a humour piece ( based on a real incident) and whether it is a good… Read More

Article / Memoir

September 06, 2017

Reads: 106

Shelves: 1

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My journey for 6 weeks in a completely different yet a similar country, Indonesia. Read More

Poem / Romance

August 26, 2017

Reads: 87

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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Poem about a beautiful lady from Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea Read More
This is a story, seen through the eyes of an out of work young man called Harry, of a way of life brought to the Wiltshire Downs by a people from far away, from ‘the other place’. Read More
A Saudi Princess has a dream. Jason Hetherington aids and abets. King Saud opposes. Fulfillment wins out, at a price. Read More
This is a short piece about my impressions, culture shock and various emotions when I moved to Japan all the way from Saudi Arabia Read More
We see things differently with age, but remember them as they were. Now in his old age, Furio can't help but to think how he got here. Read More
Olivia is a tomboy dealing with the side effects of her Epilepsy medications.Memory loss. Formerly one of the most popular girls at school, yet her whole world is turned upside down when her parents divorce and her brothers wife goes missing. Piecing the clues together there is something she must… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 07, 2017

Reads: 292

Comments: 11

Shelves: 2

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My home, the UK city of culture for 2017 Read More

Reads: 288

Comments: 1

Shelves: 3

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By reading this story, you will become involved in Ina's life, a young graduate who has always had an average life which did involve uprooting a bit more then often, but it was a simple life nonetheless. She was privileged enough to be living away from her own home country,… Read More
Ramblings on the path of the Blues Dervish. Read More
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