Emancipation stories, books, poems, and more

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This is an opus dedicated to emancipation, where is spoken about women, men, and the differences between them, that are not good to ignore, or then, if they are ignored, to what this leads. The topic is old as the world, but until about a century the things were more… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 19, 2014

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I was thinking about the Civil War and how the Emancipation Proclamation rhymed when I wrote this poem. Read More
The society filled with plenteous odd as well as obsolete dogmas blames girls as unnecessary stuffs for they are incapable to bring emancipation for his father. Only sons, what the religion states, can do that easily. But for the protagonist his girl-child is not less than a gift to him… Read More

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900 hundred years after global warming set the planet on a new course, in a small community at the foot of an ancient volcano, only a few hundred years removed from the caves that once sheltered them; a young girl rises from slavery and oppression to take over a rebellion… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

900 hundred years after global warming set the planet on a new course, in a small community at the foot of an ancient volcano, only a few hundred years removed from the caves that once sheltered them; a young girl rises from slavery and oppression to take over a rebellion… Read More

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Comments: 4

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A man is confused about his despair. Read More

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I am a Gypsy Subba Rao “I am tired of living a life of a gypsy, this is the second time I got duped,” “now I would consider growing organic vegetables to sell in local farmers’ market,” cried Juggernaut and then started singing loudly while getting up to leave. I… Read More
April Fernandez is not your typical freshman. She is the daughter of an owner of a multi-million dollar company and is pressured constantly to be perfect;her mother wants her to to keep up her appearences and daddy needs a successor to his precious company. Combined with the fact that she… Read More

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Setting oneself free. Read More

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Dedication: To all parents! Of daughters and sons! While digging through some older and forgotten papers, of mine, I came across a poem I must have written in 1998. The year when my son went away to college. 9 years before writing and posting "Our Grampa Ed" which should be… Read More
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