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Poem / Poetry

October 07, 2020

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The article exalted the blueprint performance of the late Governor Abiola Ajimobi and response of the people of Oyo stae. Read More
Layla King was a secret. Nobody knew about her for sixteen years. Her life was to be lived by staying indoors and never telling a soul. When her brother Bryant accidentally tells a friend he has a sister, people start asking questions. After the police find her in an old… Read More
A poem, the first and third stanzas being haikus. Read More
The First Instalment Of The Dome series- The Whole of Washington is boarded up over night with a wall dividing them from the rest of the world. The Government have built a Dome where the remaining residents of Washington must fight till the death. Six competitors go in and only… Read More
Excerpt: "If one were to ask what have been the hottest topics of the general elections of the largest democracy in the world, they would be Loan Waivers, Caste and the never-ending list of special grants and favours for 'Religious Minorities'. When unemployment rises, we tend to demand 'Government Jobs'… Read More
This is a prequel to the cult classic video game Zombies Ate My Neighbors. What started as an alien discovery turns into a brutal, disgusting fight for what's right. Each victim is methodically chosen and each story dives deeper into the origins of Dr. Tongue his wrath on the human… Read More
Every form of government requires philosophical reasoning. Democracy values right to choose. Tryanny values power. This opinionated college essay explores the philosophical reasoning behind Alexander Hamilton's The Federalist. Why should we value the freedom to choose? Find out in this short college essay! Read More

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This is a story of what might have happened in the deep south in the year 2019. Some might think it has an X-Files feel to it. Well, i don't think Chris Carter, the creator of the X-Files reads stuff off Booksie. Read More

Essay / Other

February 19, 2020

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A persuasive essay on why the US needs stricter gun laws. Written by Abdullah Shaikh Read More
We are fed what they want to feed us. True or false? Read More
This eassy, is about the ills of democracy, not because democracy it bad but because the people at the stage of leadership has turn democracy into another thing, right now in this present generation, the name democracy is accepted in every continent if not mistaken but there is no pratical… Read More
So one Californian (a proud hippie, as she says) decided to argue that she voted for Clinton because she wanted to "f-ck the government and help the people." Clinton. For people. HAH! Here's my article responding to that... Read More

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My thoughts on creating a tax payer oversight committee in the American government. They only are able to wage unjust wars because we continue to support them with our tax dollars. This needs to STOP! And, only we hold the power. Read More
hi all. our climate in general is crashing. in last few years so many news reports on cities and countries around the world, having floods, electrical issues, pipe issues, building falling to the ground, lives are finding there ill a lot more, and weather changes are outrageous all over the… Read More

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A proposal to our Federal Representatives of the 116th Congress, to be ratified in lieu of H. Res 179, proposed by Congressman Schiff this week. Rather than ratify Pharma profits, I propose America fund the health of her citizens. Read More
I agree with the SPLC "For the sake of the children and their education, presidential candidates should begin modeling the kind of civil behavior and civic values that we all want children to learn in school. Barring such a change in tone, however, teachers and school administrators will face an… Read More

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The year is 2140. The world of Helius has been at peace for 40 years since the end of the Media Wars and the corporation of Helios along with the first nations of the world form a single world government. Major Aryia Xavius is the only daughter of the Grand… Read More
What is going on with our country today. From the government to the people themselves. even to sports. Read More
This is a story about a man that stumbled upon something that is buried underneath his own property. The consequences of his finding will rob him of his life. The actions of this will affect the lives of others following the incident that happened in Michigan during one winter year. Read More

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Expectedly, my friend froze in fear. Me? Instincts took over. The well-built man probably wasn’t expecting any resistance from a bunch of teens, so he displayed a sight of shock and horror as he observed his weapons get knocked out of his hand from throwing knives, falling on the floor… Read More
When Jabin finds out the love of his life is working for the government, he has to find a way to save Judith, his love. Follow the story through the mind of Judith. Read More

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A time in the future of mankind when world peace is paid for by those who desire it. But this story is not about peace, it is about something much more important. Read More
Hiding is obviously the easiest route when you're labeled a parasite. Even more does it seem when discovered that you're actually the saving grace. While The Council leads a propaganda campaign about a cure, Mela Chasers scour the lands for people of color in hopes of pillaging their melanin. Young… Read More

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