Injustice stories, books, poems, and more

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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

Poem / Poetry

March 18, 2017

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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
Explosive legal memoir detailing the issues of injustice and racial bias currently plaguing the US Federal Legal System. A must read for all concerned with criminal justice reform in the United States. Read More

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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

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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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Comments: 5

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This is a fictional poem. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 11, 2015

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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

Poem / Poetry

March 04, 2015

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About different ways everyone looks at people with judgement by habit and by ignorance. Read More
Mack Charles Parker was executed vigilante style for the alleged crime of raping a June Walters , a pregnant white woman. What was proven was Parker gave Mrs. Walters a ride to what she said was a friend's house. Mrs. Walters never positively identified Parker as the colored man who… Read More
If only walls could talk what a tale the La_Laurie House on Bourbon Street In New Orleans, Louisiana would tell of strange bizarre rituals and macabre medical surgeries. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 19, 2014

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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

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My thoughts on a very pressing issue. Hope you enjoy Read More

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Comments: 2

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This poem is published in September 2014 issue of 'Reflection W&R' online Magazine. Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 05, 2014

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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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Alex knows there's something behind the mirrors. He just doesn't know what. Out of the corner of his eye he can see flickers of movement, figures in his reflection who shouldn't be there, the image of a girl with brown eyes standing behind him, everywhere he goes, no matter where… Read More
I wrote this song a long time ago...and have wanted to expand it for a while as I always like it just didn't know where to go from what I had...spent some time on it today and like what I added...When I originally wrote it the song was directed towards… Read More
A girl is in prison in el salvadore for drug smuggling, she gets a new cellmate, imprisoned for allegedly having an abortion but really she had a miscarriage, this story grew from an article on BBC website Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 15, 2014

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Comments: 1

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Random posting, random topic. I tried to keep it short and simple to get my point across, though that's not usually my thing. If you like it, check out my other poems! Read More
This article is all about to explain that if there is a bad or evil power who uses supernatural power and becoming the cause of bad people in this world . This tells me that now their is two God now good one and the bad one . God didn't… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 22, 2013

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I've been awake for the last 47 hours continuously. And now I yearn for a peaceful sleep, but even with high doses of sedatives it didn't help. So, I was kinda anooyed with myself and here I put some random thoughts. Read More

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The terrible truth of a flower grown under concrete. Read More

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Comments: 2

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My newest song lyrics I wrote...love how this turned out. Plan on using this song in a story I've been writing, having one of the characters sing the song...but couldn't wait that long to post it. Let me know what you think. Read More
Injustice shall I not bow down to, nor shall I abide to injustice. In the beginning there was only a small amount of injustice within us in the world, but everyone who came afterwards added their portion, always thinking it was very small and unimportant, and look where we have… Read More

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