Injustice stories, books, poems, and more

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The Abandoned House

John Smith is just your average guy who defended his family from an intruder but now he must face consequences of his actions. Read More

Tags: injustice, racism, blm

Poem / Poetry

November 30, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

Written in six minutes from the conception of the idea, 'Are You One of Us?' is a short vent at detached, bureaucratic overlords - scum to be found in too many places in life, not least of which, the Government. I've utter contempt for these types who see their elevated… Read More
This post was inspired by the erasure concept where the powerful and popular erase the masses with silence, ignorance, poverty, and haplessness. We live in a tragicomedy we call "reality". In Arabic we say " wa sharrul baliyati ma yodhiko" which means and the worst of all mishaps or tragedies… Read More
A collection of poems inspired by local events, international events and some of our general silliness as a species. Read More
A story of one persons struggle to hold on to their identity in a time of uncertainty, desperation and injustice. Read More
When the town wants to tear down Tilly's home in an imminent domain bid for what is good for the town, Tilly stands her ground, and she does so with a toxic dose of the supernatural. Read More
This poem centres around the harsh and unjust nature of homelessness, particularly in the soldiers that once fought for the life that we get to live in. That even basic necessities and comforts aren't available to them despite what they sacrificed, experienced and suffered through. Perhaps one of the… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

An idea put to me by my good friend Jason Millar, we thought we’d tackle the tragedy of homelessness among soldiers – something we’re both disgusted by. Here is my take on the ‘theme’, if you will, and I would highly endorse also reading his. This poem was written deliberately… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

A poem and drawing that I wrote and drew. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 04, 2018

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The Booksie Classic House

I am Read More
I've scrubbed the floors and washed the dishes.... can i go study now? Read More
I am a victim of false judgement, with only a pen and paper to defend my rights. Read More
Explosive new legal memoir about the present issues of injustice and racial bias facing our nation's federal legal system.... A must read for all interested in the inner workings of our nation's federal legal system. Read More
A true story based on the author’s experience while working at the Provincial Health Office in Daru, Western Province, Papua New Guinea from 2013-2014. Read More
inspired by the true story of a british man who went to palestine to take photos and to help. Read More
This is my story of how falling in love with the wrong person effected my life. Mentally, emotionally, physically and financially. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is a fictional poem. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 11, 2015

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The Booksie Classic House

Justice is not able to do just. They are not able to stop hanging the innocents. Justice is crying in the dark. No one is paying heed to justice. Read More
This is Alex's short story, 'Scared to Death' published by Mardibooks in its anthology 'The Clock struck War.' It is a fictionalised account of the true story of Private Thomas Highgate who served in the British army in 1914. Read More
About different ways everyone looks at people with judgement by habit and by ignorance. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 19, 2014

I had an obsession when I was younger with the Civil War. I wrote the title, prejudice, and just stared at it awhile. Then this came to me bit by bit... Read More
My thoughts on a very pressing issue. Hope you enjoy Read More
This poem is published in September 2014 issue of 'Reflection W&R' online Magazine. Read More
Sometimes the things that come against me in life infuse such a rage...mabey becuase im so sensitive, and suceptible to my enemies attacks that when i see their potential damage ..a fire of battle rages within Read More
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