Hypocrisy stories, books, poems, and more

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The double standards of politicians. An article written by Ted Bauman. Read More
Its all about drawback of telling a lie! Read More

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Forces of evil and destruction, ever lurking, ready to destroy love and caring. Read More
Battling against hypocrisies, sadomasochism and perfunctory pursuits of pop benchmarks of successes, he refuses the passion-oriented male worldview of karma and life’s purposes. Metamorphosed by compassion, that love’s innocence fills him with, he opts for a journey that takes him far away from the stupidity of self-worth, calculated in terms… Read More

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On Those who seek nothing but the merits of religion......... Read More

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Oh, Please Give Me A Break! Read More
It is about betrayals and disappointments of those close to you. Read More
A consideration of clichés- particularly: Time Heals All Wounds. This is the kind of senseless rabble that occurs in my head. It does get quite off topic. If anything, this is just an account of inner-monologue. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 13, 2013

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Many people don't even realize when this happens. I cite only a few exapmles in my poem, there are many more. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 23, 2012

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Passing through life without noticing people's suffering or people for that matter. Read More

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A short poem about the hypocrisy of societies stances on certain drugs. Labeling some illegal and other equal dangerous drugs legal with a proffesional autograph. Read More

Tags: drugs, hypocrisy

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You see them everyday. They are everywhere. Are you quick to judge before taking into consideration what they might be going through?? We can't help ourselves, we were born into a world that can be cold at times... But who then gives us the right to make it even colder… Read More
A suicide and a young psychologist trying to understand the act. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 03, 2012

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When people pretend they love and care for you, don't give them your time. Read More

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A disarming and grief stricken account of the complexities that pervade a young mind in a time of turmoil. This story offers a critique of modern society and its flawed values whilst incorporating themes such as love, fame, death, time. This story details the individual acknowledgement of a need for… Read More

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Written on the hypocrisy we see in this world and also touches on the subject of war. Read More
Ryan applies for and gets a job at Hot Topic to pay for his ecstasy and meets a girl in the process, Madeline and Jacob discover each other’s slut habits and Kimberly runs for HOA to make some changes, and attains enemies in the process Read More
How religion can breed hypocrisy. (approx. 465 words) Read More
Please judge before you read. Read More

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The focus of this article is to remind leaders in the Army of their responsibilities. This article is also meant to show people some of the silly drama that happens in the life of a soldier who works on the personnel side of the house. There is much good that… Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 19, 2011

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Poetry should be left to open interpretation. Enjoy mind traveling. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 24, 2010

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Some relationships are better left dead. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 18, 2010

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Even when certain choices seem impossible to make, there is always the option to press on regardless of the opposition that may lay in front of us. Read More

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Dedicated to a former best friend...wrote this back in 2007. Read More

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An act of disgrace Read More

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