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I have been studying the planets for over forty years. That's where the idea for this poem came from. Read More

Poem / Romance

July 04, 2017

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comparing the attributes of family with nature Read More

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Poem / Poetry

June 17, 2017

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This poem is just about the Earth and its journey around the sun. Read More
"History is all around us, what would it be like to discover them for ourselves? It would be a whole new world of science!" Six teens in North Carolina discover mysterious shattered remains of a rock. Unaware it has the ability to time travel to any time period whenever the… Read More

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This is an essay, the substance of which began to take form over 40 years ago, when I was in high school. The content as I have developed it is original to me, now and was then. It comes from living my second decade in Chicago, IL, and due to… Read More

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This Poem is to inspire those who need to know that we can stand up for ourselves against society and the corrupt ones. Read More

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A heartfelt story that came to me in a dream about grandmothers, daughters, granddaughters, nature, the passing of time and love between the generations. Read More

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If we can live a message for peace on this planet this new year will add all love from the brightest star in our galaxy enlightened within. Our time needs this help. Let us make this when this new year is born for all. :) Read More
Fifteen years ago, the members of the mane six suffered a horrible end. Three of them dies horrible deaths, two simply vanished, but one still remains. Now, the last remaining member of the spirits of the Elements of Harmony must put her dwindling faith in the hooves of six new… Read More

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This is a poem I wrote for Arbor Day as I stared out the window in my dorm at college. I go to college in the city, so I was inspired to write about the beauty and importance of trees for people who have lived in a world that lacks… Read More

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The story follows a pocket watch that is handed down from father to son for several generations. You'll discover that it's no ordinary pocket watch. Read More

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Four people in search of peace and quiet and privacy. Read More
A woman finds she can still learn when she meets a boy many decades her junior teaches her to see a world she never thought she would. Read More

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Tribute to my grandmother. Read More
This story is going to take you into a journey into three different centuries by four generations of women from three different regions Read More

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Illeterate people suffer each day, they become experiments or die because of signing a silly form!Stand against it!Make a difference! Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 26, 2012

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A Hunter and his prey, Nature and a life, Time and ending, For a single lonely deer. Read More

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The thoughts of "2012" are horrible. But, what if the world doesn't end on December 21, then what? There are more truths to the whole story than you think. Yes, the world will end, but nodody knows the day or the hour. Even God himself says this in His holy… Read More
Many look at "I think therefore I am" with interest but just move on to other work. But to move on without building a foundation in which philosophers can fall back to is a disgrace, and will only lead to trouble as society continues to pile layers and layers of… Read More
One night I just found myself pondering the way each generation has shaped the way things are today, and how they might shape the future. Should we really be worried or does it really matter? Read More
This is a descriptive essay focusing on a snapshot memory from about six years ago. It honors the life of my father who has since passed and celebrates the connection he has with my son. Read More

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In a world of Humans, Vampires, Witches and Warlocks, Werewolves and Demons, Amanda and Austin are different, with different powers. With their parents being two different species, they hide from the world. When they find out one thing, it leads to another. Once Amanda and her family realized that Austin… Read More
Every oneknows who Lilly and James Potter are 9especially if you love J.K.Rowling's books0 if you dont then keep reading. james and Lilly are harry Potters parents that died at the hands of Voldemort himelf. Harry is the Boy ho lived but what made his parents get together in the… Read More
Why is it so difficult for todays young people to make healthy decisions? I think the lack of options is part of the reason, especially in healthy food choices. Read More

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A heartwarming story celebrating the triumph of spirit over the ravages of prejudice. Read More

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Thoughts about music of the Generations. Read More
Spring is 3 weeks late here. memories hark back to'47 when it snowed here in the west of Ireland until April.That winter is spoken about still.It is feared as much as the Famine The latin title is to suggest - dressing up or as ''adornment'' of Spring. Read More
Sometimes the little things that we hardly notice are the things that we should feel the most guilty about. Read More

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Life is renewed with each generation. Read More
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