Honour stories, books, poems, and more

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Third of five short plays about the First World War. Not the usual stories about trench warfare, but more about the lives that were affected at home, and the change in society. A young man returns home to visit his dying mother, but he cannot stay. Read More
I wrote this article with respect to Pakistan Read More

Short Story / Other

November 16, 2017

Reads: 97

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Vintage Publishing House

Reads: 344

Comments: 4

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Remembering the fallen on Remembrance Day. Read More

Reads: 212

Comments: 2

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A poem abou war, Read More

Reads: 5720

Comments: 5

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A true depiction of my land and our incredible cultural journey in the heart of any traveler. Love to read this again. :) Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 08, 2014

Reads: 203

Comments: 7

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Self explainatory... Read More
Samurai/Kung Fu novel set in ancient china in an alternate universe. Read More
A poem I wrote for remembrance day. It was used in my drama 30 video for our ceromony if you would like to watch the video here is the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVlUMl2HMuA Read More

Poem / War and Military

September 13, 2013

Reads: 329

Comments: 5

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There is no honour or glory. Read More
If you were to make a choice between life and honour, what would you choose? Read More

Tags: war, ghosts, honour, empire

Poem / Non-Fiction

March 01, 2013

Reads: 185

Comments: 1

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A child's belief of her parents honour & integrity destroyed by a lie that lasted a life time Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 06, 2013

Reads: 270

Comments: 9

The Booksie Classic House

medieval, knights, honour, war had to do this I do not know why it just came out of me. Read More
Unbelievably awesome story, a must read for everyone, everywhere. Let me know if you're hungry for more of such epicosity. Read More
One surviving Samurai reflects on the cost of success and the price of duty. Read More

Reads: 262

Comments: 1

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Why do we send men to their deaths? Read More
If you do not know who the ANZACs are there are the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. they fought in the 1st world war. Every year on the 25th of April Australia and New Zealand remember the sacrifices and bravery of those men and women who laid down their… Read More
No blasphemy is intended in this poem. After writing it though, a friend pointed out that this is covered by the 7th commandment anyway: Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness! Now I come to think of it, it really is the same thing, since political correctness is all about lying… Read More
a life lived by the code. a spot earned among the heros of old. but the desire only to spend eternity with his family. join Sir Loupey Draco on his quest through the Otherworld to visit King Arthur then make his way to Tara to be reunited with his wife… Read More
we meet our old friend as he meets an old pal from his former regiment.. he has been drinking rather heavily and this causes him some concern.. but to his delight he finds that his pal's troubles have a special interest for him and he derives a particular solace from… Read More

Reads: 1182

Comments: 13

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Its a school for ninjas, pretty self explanatory really. Read More
daily affirmation Read More

Tags: belief, self, honour, proud

this is basically about men or rather the 'lack there of' in this century and their sexists beliefs, and other faults, and dont worry i'm not picking on men, i'll be doing one on 'women' as well. Read More

Reads: 285

Comments: 5

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I was waiting to attract some people using the prequel to this piece of Fan fiction 'Man Down!' but it didn't go down as well as I'd hoped. So I'm posting this up anyway - Written over 18 months ago when I was still a fledling writer and has a… Read More
A Man who can change his world Read More

Reads: 294

Comments: 2

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Feathery whispers traced patterns on a fleshy mountain, Silent emotions filled with passion Lit up the sounds of lust. Fantasies toyed with reality Physically surpassing spirituality For one moment in time Mortality was meaningless, Purity a matter of choice, Loyalty incoherent words spewed from a drunk, And honour a faded… Read More
It is often the case that with each victory a dire price is payed Read More
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