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Paint your own picture. Read More

Tags: love, trust, fml

I've witnessed a lot more than others probably won't get to experience in this life time based on choices. At times it feels like I'm being guided by a few or two giving me insight to things I've never thought to explore before. This is my story from the view… Read More
The thoughts that make me uncomfortable throughout everyday. Read More
Before dinosaurs and Darwinism the Earth was a society of walking talking animals with the sense of today's human civilization. A great ape by the name of E'Beezy grew in the suburbs of Goronzo, Footop which we know today as Haifa, Isreal. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 09, 2014

Reads: 141

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

This is what he sees when he thinks of me. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 16, 2013

Reads: 214

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

I got mad cuz I've been getting called a lot of things lately. Ex: emo, druggie, attention-whore ect. So i told this to someone and liked it, so i wrote it. I hope you can relate and like it to...and remember... It gets better in the end Read More
One day while sitting at my computer, I was bored. Nothing new there. This time was different. I decided to go to fmylife.com to see if there were any hilarious ones up. The bolded part at the beginning is the actual FML. The rest is what I pictured happened. Hope… Read More

Tags: sex, boyfriend, boss, fml

Poem / Poetry

March 02, 2011

Reads: 164

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

The desperate thoughts of an over-stressed college student. Read More

Reads: 165

Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

Chelsea hasn't talked to her friend, Trina, all summer, so she is delighted when she offers her for a night over. Little does Trina know, that every time she turns off the light, Chelsea becomes more and more afraid as her imagination wanders...... Read More
Rated R just for some language, my little writing about a bad moment i had, people liked it Read More
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