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Inspired by media interviews during this fractious UK election. Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay, 540 words. Read More

Featured Review by Joe Stuart

"Well told, Adam. I am not sure what you call this kind of story but, in concept, it explains how so many people have been coerced into putting t..." Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 22, 2019

Reads: 60

Comments: 5

The Booksie Classic House

You never know, it could happen! Cover image: pixabay.com. Read More

Poem / Other

September 27, 2019

Reads: 82

Comments: 2

The Poems House

What it is, is what it has always been --- in rhyme. Read More

Tags: time, election, gemini

What I just said sounds like blasphemy, but it's true yet! Read More
Mayor Satch wants to campaign for Democrats in the Board of Trustees elections, even though Democrats consistently warn him not to. Councilman Donahue campaigns for Republicans in the brutal Brandon Nehring- Dianne Smithwood race, but the race becomes so brutal he is forced to mediate between the two. Greg and… Read More
Election Day falls on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. In 2016, I woke up the next day, numb and shocked by how clear and beautiful the sky, despite the turmoil I felt from the election results. This poem appears in my book, Aggressive: The Inherent Violence… Read More
We know we often make mistakes by judging people from outside appearance. Well, this guy made me start to think seriously about the way he was dressed. Read More
A satire/prediction based on 2016's disaster. Credit goes to RD and VB for the majority of the second and fourth articles Read More
Presidents Of The United States, and Ghosts Of The United States Read More
It's November 8th, 2016, Election Day all across America, and Ethan is fighting for his political life in his race against Greg Deters. Zach makes a discovery while Ryan and Terrence watch the election results in Hansbay and Fiona tries to sabotage Ethan's chances of being elected. Read More

Essay / Other

November 09, 2016

Reads: 438

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Tags: essay, election

A book about how I perceive the election and our future. I know this can be written better, however, this is what I've written in a short amount of time with limited time. Read More
This was a very short piece I wrote, inspired by a conversation with a friend back an election cycle ago. I have decided to post it as demand for it was back in light of the circus upon us now. Read More

Reads: 1170

Shelves: 4

The CLOG House

The King has returned! Problem is, no one can seem to remember losing one. Add to that a pesky demigod with career ambition, and it’s an altogether worrisome time to be a despot. It’s election time in Titan! Read More
How Billy became the Ultimate Supreme Archon. Read More
Ryan’s Spanish class goes experimental once they start treating the students like babies to simulate the process of learning a language. Ethan continues his race to the bottom after Irville Satch wins the Democratic nomination for Mayor. Manafort contacts Ethan to get revenge on Trump Read More
Occasionally, time stands still. Read More
Ethan runs for City Council, Ryan meets Catherine's friends and family and Madeline and Peter present a plan for their cryotherapy clinic to investors. Read More
Berries gather at a world convention to hold election for a new leader. Read More
Ben Roger is married and a politician. He is Australia Prime Minister candidate. He falls in love again with his former girlfriend. Is he going through the election whilst he is involved with another woman? Read More
Jonathan never thought that he would meet Samantha the love of his dreams by this unexpected way this story goes through emotional situations and investigations, can Jonathan's scar be the reason that they fell for each other? how did he get this so special scar? please read, like and comment… Read More
An essay saying that Democrats must take personal responsibility for their poor showing in November, and work harder next time. Read More
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