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n my first life I carried with me many, regrets, fears and pain and just like that my life came to an end. But I was given a second chance, along with the chance to gain things I couldn't have in my last life, a family, love and a safe… Read More
The happiest and the most awaited event of any couple--the birth of their child can swiftly turn into a situation that can have far-reaching repercussions and can change the entire course of life. Read More
On the eve of a man’s wedding, a secret is revealed that threatens to change everything. Read More
A majestic mansion in the forest. The father who is holding a dark secret. Three intruders on a maniacal mission. One boy stands in their way. Moses Martin has been miserable for over a year. His father has been hiding something from him ever since the incident and there is… Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 28, 2019

Reads: 350

Comments: 2

Shelves: 2

The Free Verse House

Fathers have an important role to play in raising a child. Father involvement makes a real difference, whether in the areas of intellectual development, sex-role development, or psychological development. They also have to provide their children for their material and emotional needs, so he is responsible for having a means… Read More
Rob's father tracks him down and comes to visit, Hannah enrolls in an acting class without Whitney's knowledge and Miles grows frustrated as he continues not to receive credit for bringing in CBS studios Read More
Rob visits his ailing step-father, Whitney suspects her parents have been secretly living in her house while she’s been gone, and the Compton gang-bangers go after Luther at work Read More
A genre mixing tall-tale narrative with dire present consequences. 2 parallel stories separate by 20 years, father and son. Abandoned immigrants, prodigious journeys, much context and analysis of risk and choice. Current events rip into the pages of 1001 nights and reverse the flow of genies. Rushie's 3 years… Read More

Book / Romance

July 02, 2015

Reads: 897

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

I never had a easy life but I'm fine with that, even if I was given a chance for the life I want. I wouldn't change anything, I rather live in darkness then give up my light. Read More
The ghetto is like the wilderness, no animal is truly safe. Just as no man sees a bullet until it's too late. Read More
This is a book in progress. It is a Do and Don't guide for new fathers, with some humor involved. For every "Do" ther is a "Don't". Read More
She is old, definitely 11 since that is how long she has been on the throne with us; maybe 13 or 14 with an average life span of 13-15. She wanders the entire yard in her outings to relieve herself. She circumnavigates the outer edge. I don’t know if it’s… Read More
My little girl was poorly, so I sent her this Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 28, 2014

Reads: 367

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Written eleven years ago, one of my oldest recorded works. For my daughter. I could tidy up the spelling etc., but it feels 'kinda vintage' this way Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 04, 2013

A memory of a special place from childhood and the magic it gave those years. And wondering where or how I can help provide that feeling for my own daughter now. Read More
My memories of the drive my wife and I took with the kids to Yankee Candle in Deerfield Mass. Fun times. Read More
My third poem. Tried rhyming with this effort. I am a father and felt entitled to do some creative thinking in this direction. Read More
(This is a continuation of «A Mother’s Love», published in April 26 2013 issue of The Suburban Online magazine and posted on Booksies as well, but can be read on it’s own.) Mr. Jacobson brought some old pictures to a Father’s Day dinner party, hosted by his daughter Emily. While… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 06, 2013

Reads: 313

Comments: 5

The Booksie Classic House

Haiku about fatherhood Read More
A young boy and his father walk through the forest that “seemed to go on forever” and have a heartfelt conversation about life, death, and love. Read More

Reads: 502

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A father worries about giving his children bad news. Read More
On one hand, Mike Lynch hates kids. He can’t stand how they scream all the time, poop themselves, everything. That probably comes from his father reminding Mike throughout his childhood that he was never wanted. On the other hand, that ice of indifference surrounding Mike's biological clock starts to thaw… Read More
This is a short story i wrote for a past school assignment. I thought it was pretty and meaningful so I decided to put it on here as well. I had a list of vocabulary I had to shove in there so I'm sorry if it seems a bit undone!!… Read More
A response to MAmber's challenge. It went serious on me and I had to follow. Actually, got fond of all the players. Read More

Reads: 530

Comments: 14

The Booksie Classic House

This started out as thoughts and feelings I have on being a father. It has truly changed my life. I've had many different jobs, but sometimes the ones you are least prepared for end up being the most rewarding. You know what I mean. Read More
Christmas is best enjoyed by gift-giving, but some gifts are needed more than others. This story is about the importance of a father's gift and the love it confirms. Read More

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