Growingup stories, books, poems, and more

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This is the story of Isabella Harper, who used to live in Paris. She moves to Springsville in the USA, and meets some new and interesting people. Little does Bella know, something is going on behind the scenes that will change her whole life as she knows it. WARNING:… Read More

Tags: growingup

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My account of returning to my hometown after seven years, told in third person narrative. Beauty in the nature that changes, and the town that stays the same. A nostalgic experience. Read More
At West Crimson High, student population 500, one person's business is everyone's business. This is no exception in Brandon Shay Owens' case. The athletic, popular, top grade boy has no care in the world besides his father's acceptance of him and undeniable hatred of football. Until autumn of his junior… Read More
This book consists of my stories, my opinions, and other scribbles. Pretty common problems though. Could probably similar to yours, could probably make you feel better or smile because you are not the only one with problem. Or you might be frowning and have the urge to attack me because… Read More

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He hadn't felt this way in a long time but he decided to make friends. However, screw love. It sucks...a lot. Read More
my true confession to how life has changed. in truth, when we are young we don't realize that time is fleeting, and one day, at one moment. it can all be gone. Read More
Growing up people tells us will change who we are as a person, and secretly we all look forward to that. We look forward to being better and stronger, but until then, do we just wait for the change? Read More

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A metaphor for how women are expected to fulfill an ideal image and when we fall short we sit back and wish bitterly to be someone else. Read More

Reads: 663

Comments: 29

The Booksie Classic House

This was a long time comming, and it is personal. It felt good to get off my chest though. Questions? Go ahead...I'll try... Read More
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