Innocence stories, books, poems, and more

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Also, as most of us would probably admit, often, solutions of a problem are just round the corner and we all probably see it there. Still, coming to it looks almost impossible and as human dualistic mind keeps dissuading people not to see and accept simple things and easily ‘available’… Read More
How innocent the morning light, as it illuminates the breaking day. How golden are the rays of sun, That betray the unhealed scars of time. Read More
The Locket is a short story, set in the Victorian era. It is about a juvenile housemaid, Lyda, who is accused of allegedly stealing a locket from her master’s bedroom and is to be dismissed the very next day. During the afternoon, she attempts to find the real locket to… Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 05, 2021

At the age of innocence, when dreams were beginning to sprout, and ideas and thoughts were beginning to blossom and bloom, I was thrust into a nightmare of madness and absurdity. Into a world without boundaries or limitations. Into a boiling cauldron of smoldering and untethered passions and unchained rage.… Read More
a young girl is in love, but the man of her dreams is so much older than she is. he could nearly be her grandfather... she decides to wait for him, and try to stay chaste and innocent until she can make him fall in love for her. Read More
As we walk along the path of destiny, oblivious to the cautionary counsel of the silenced voices of the past, whispering their cries of hope, despair and warning, we cannot but observe the flailing, thrashing remnants of forsaken legions gone before, beckoning revenge and retribution. Read More
When I was young, carefree and foolish, I was innocence exemplified. Read More
There was a time and place not long ago where once dreams lived and thrived. A place guarded by the vigilance of sacrificed lives, abandoned innocence and shattered dreams. A place where fields of stone and seas of tears defy the sorrow and the pain to keep alive the spirit… Read More
I believed in so many things growing up along the Rio Grande. I even believed in dreams and was told I could make my dreams come true if I just strived hard enough and believed. I believed in family and in friends, and I believed in God and the promise… Read More
It is when nightmares become real that the ugliness that lies beneath the sanity of our humanity begins to grow and fester inside the heart and soul of men. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 02, 2020

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Poem / Poetry

November 01, 2020

Reads: 67

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Tags: innocence, guilt

Poem / Horror

October 21, 2020

Reads: 200

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Cover image: pixabay.com. Read More
That's another article I wrote for my school paper. It spells out my view on the reason of some people's lack of happiness, toxic relationships, and life calamities, which all revolve around the vague world of honesty in all its forms. Read More

Short Story / Romance

May 13, 2020

Reads: 250

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A short story about autumn, childhood bonds and the importance of unimportant things. Be aware, main characters are two kids of 11 and 10, so may not be the kind of Romance you're looking for, but wasn't sure on what Genre to put it. Hope you didn't feel mislead. Read More
A poem written by Mthokozisi Khotseng. Read More
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