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A Booksie friend told me I should publish this poem. In sum, about a people who got their butts kicked for almost two millennia, and yet stayed cohesive and strong -- as Blacks, East Indians, Native Americans or any people would hope and sacrifice to do. Not anti-Muslim or anti-Arab… Read More
Let us trump this hour of deepest gratitude what makes us humble before Mother Nature. Your need trump this greatness of a very true need. :) Read More
a poem about the futility of war. Read More
The Heritage of the Confederacy and the Sovereign Southern States. Don't Tread On Me. Read More
Fifteen year old Milah Jordan thought that her life was well and truly over when her mother sent her away to some high affluence boarding school in the middle of nowhere but the disgruntled teen will soon learn that everything happens for a reason and perhaps she is far more… Read More
This is an excerpt from the novel Almost a Turkish Soap Opera, a companion book for the feature film and web series. If you are a fan of the web series or film, you will find the book just as entertaining. There are many questions answered in the book and… Read More
A letter from a once immortal man, to his loved one which is now left alone... Read More
A letter to the America I once knew, which has changed so much. Read More
The question remains; why are African states unable to stabilise themselves and achieve meaningful development? For us to satisfactorily answer this question we must look into the history of our identity as a people and do a proper analysis of our colonial legacy. To understand our problems we have to… Read More
Harriet is a young girl who was never allowed to know about her father, but when the small fishing town of Delahunt gets overrun by pirates, she takes it upon herself to leave her mother behind and go in search of him, along with her best friend William. Doing anything… Read More
Heritage,Linda Hogan’s poem “Heritage” combines traits from her mother and father, and teachings from her family to explore her love for her Chickasaw heritage. Read More
People in our lives are much the same as nature. Read More
R.I.P. Grandma, you were the best, and you will remain in my heart Read More
Story books depict the dragon as a cold hearted monster. But is that true? Dragons have never had their story told, in this sense. We follow a ruby dragon named Rutilus. She lives in a cave near a small village. Of course, the villagers are afraid of her, well some… Read More
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