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taken from my book, "Breaking Thru The Thought Barrier" Read More
The love of knowing, that life can be passionate at its simplistic divinity. Read More

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HUMANITY SEEMS TO BE ON THE DECLINE WITH MANKIND BECOMING AN EMBODIMENT OF GREED, GLUTTONY, SELFISHNESS AND SPITE. AS A CONSEQUENCE SOCIETIES AND NATIONS HAVE BECOME EMBODIMENTS OF EVERYTHING THAT IS FAR FROM HUMAN VALUES OF COMPASSION, MERCY, CARE AND EMPATHY. Read More

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Lunatic Leonitus Lunatic Leonitus Moonlit incendiary sequence of a Catfight. Panthera whelping Genesis flexing Monarchal sparkling of a Flame set to Burn yon Shiloh. Reflection evident this evenings Moon Non Benign Feline approach of Twilight Humility Virtue Vice incisor Bite of Pride Night Light Saga of a Picnic Blanket fixture… Read More

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Musing on self proclaimed best in the world Read More

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A young woman named Esmeralda becomes famous for her beauty...an angel is sent to test her..as she is vain, arrogant and with no compassion..she is turned into an old woman.... Read More

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A story about when I picked up a hitchhiker, and how it profoundly effected my life. Read More

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This is something I wrote recently flowed and came to me, this day then I write it happens that way I have to say this is one of best pieces of work to date for me personally would interested to see what you all make of it. Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 01, 2012

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Manfredo is a short poem about a magician who is cursed with humility and embarrassment after an accident renders his face horribly scarred. Read More

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Salam to all Muslims out there! I was so inspired by one of the Friday khutbahs and it's about Jahiliya and how we're living nowadays are so deviated from Prophet Muhammad's life. For those of you who're none Muslims, you're more than welcomed to contemplate on the reality of today's… Read More

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The great city of Cairo or Kaherah among the locals, had been slowly turned into a hub of intergalactic coup d'etat. The humans are being oblivious of the presence of the Ethereal Ones, thousands of years before and living among the humans. Now they want nothing but to conquer Earth. Read More
A work created in 1996 as a play for a school textbook but later converted in March 2011 into a short story. It is about a devoted old man who can assist people with their problems but you must go to him. He resides in a shrine up in the… Read More

Poem / Other

February 22, 2011

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So every girl knows the feeling of regret, that one moment that never should have happened....Here's my account. Read More

Book / Action and Adventure

April 08, 2010

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Bring---- Everyone sttod, at attention, and bowed. I scooped up my stuff and joined Tess as she wrestled with getting her own stuff together. Kim, Ray and Spazy came over and joined us. D.C. had already gone ahead of us, not liking Tess at all. When Spazy and Ray sidded… Read More

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A successful executive, who dies in a suicidal plane flight after suffering a pang of conscience, finds himself somewhere in Heaven where a celestial Companion will help him prepare for a strange beautiful mission. Such a search will not only be a journey of redemption but a deep exercise of… Read More

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A poem about a knight in vigil. What a knight was meant to be according to chivalry. A protector of the weak and helpless a beacon for God's light. Alas in reality this was not so. Read More
Each religion has helped mankind. Paganism increased the light of beauty, the largeness and height of human life. Christianity gave him some vision of divine love and charity; Buddhism has shown him a noble way to be wiser, gentler and purer. Judaism and Islam have shown how to be religiously… Read More

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Winter is a time for reflection. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 01, 2009

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A horrid poem about knowing beauty aside from ego. Read More
A new twist on an old story. I wish it were new but the Bible had it first. Rich woman and poor woman meet at heaven's gate. See what happens I won't ruin it for you. Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 12, 2009

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this poem is dedicated to all those wonderful people (and yes, YOU KNOW who you are) here on Booksie who are always only too happy to lend a shoulder, a listening ear or a few kind words and thoughts - and to share yourself with others, that they may feel… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 08, 2009

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War. Suffering. Global Greed. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 03, 2009

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An exploration of personal reasons to be grateful and smile! Read More

Book / Fantasy

November 06, 2008

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Mirabel's life is changed when four strangers enter Deva Valley. She and her friends are suddenly thrust into a world they thought they knew and everything they'd learned they're know questioning. All the while, with the help of an arrogant prince, they must bring down a crime lord threatening to… Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 25, 2008

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Dedicated to the amazingness of Hufflepuff, my respective house. I mean no offense to anyone in other houses, you guys are amazing and we seriously need people from all the houses in order for the world to work properly. This is merely a statement saying, for anyone who has read… Read More
We are endowed by nature and grace with extra ordinary activity; our corporal and spiritual passions are constantly excited. Our body must be supported by food and sleep, and if it is indulged, it desires to be cherished, it requires enjoyments and comforts, and the more its desires are satisfied… Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 23, 2007

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What do you think? I wrote this last night for my first poetry reading. Tonight at 20:00 GMT i will be standing up and reading my poetry. This poem encapsulates how I feel about poetry, life, God, and reading my personal thoughts out loud. Read More
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