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A new kid on the block stands up to a couple of bullies. Read More
An original quote by Michael Dale Sipes, Jr. about what is truly important in life. Read More
An original quote about finding life's answers. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is a short summary of who I am and what I believe in so that those who read my short stories, essays or articles will know more about the man behind the words. Read More
My ASVAB scores from December 22, 1994. I joined the Army's early entry program and took the Oath of Enlistment on June 28, 1995. I wanted to share my scores and would love to know more about them. Read More
A Thanksgiving wish to my readers and to the everyone on this joyous day of thanks. Read More
A young man wakes from a nightmare, only to realize that he can no longer hide from his destiny. A destiny which he has known for such a time, to finish what his father had started and he must finish. The war that was started by the one called Sillack,… Read More
A story that takes place in the hometown of the north side Philadelphia. Our main character Anthony watched his mother work hard, so he decided to take matters in his own hands in his adolescence days. Years past and Anthony (as an adult) continues to hustle his way to keep… Read More
Short Story: Lucky Log Line: Hunted by her own fears, and inclination toward self-destruction, a young girl struggles to cope with the paradox of her mothers mysterious murder Read More
"The Filipino Flash" Nonito Donaire, Jr. is a mixed recipes of Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Maywether, Jr. He is a new face of boxing. Read More
This is an essay from writing 122. It actually won a writing contest, which I earned a semester of free tuition. Read More
Binder Full of Women is a fictional short story that chronicles the last days of serial killer Frank Matthew Haynes and his multi-state terror. The story is set in the Inland Empire and High Desert region of Southern, California in a period spanning from October 2012 through March 2013. Evidence… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

I did this for a school project it was one of my best poems(im not very good at poem writing) Read More

Tags: power, king, race, jr, martin, luther

every grade has its own geek, well in 10th grade, im the geek, the one everyone teases, but what do they know about my secret? nothing. so what if i have another secret that even i dont know of? hi, my name is chelsea, and this is my story! Read More
taken from my book, "Making Permanent Decisions" Read More
This is my poem on one of the greatest visionary's this world has ever seen...Martin Luther King Jr. I hope you enjoy it...THX GOTHIKAH666 T_T Read More
I married Joe DiMaggio Jr. when I was seventeen and he was twenty-one. These blog series are about my connection to Marilyn Monroe the movie star. But it was Norma Jeane who was my young husbands friend, step-mother, idealized woman and sexual fantasy. Read More

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This script is originally called Senior Year. I had to change the name because it was already in use. This is about a kid named Tyler. He is a slacker in school and does not care about graduation. This all changes when he meet Miranda. Read More
I never have any summery's for poems :) ...sorry... Read More
I don't actually remember writing this :) Read More
A very simple poem :) That's all... Read More
Not a very long or detailed poem... I don't really know where it came from... Read More

Poem / Other

May 07, 2011

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There is a problem with paragraphing for some odd reason... I am not sure why... but anything I post is published with no paragraphs... I will try to fix it soon. Read More
Nothing much to this one... a friend asked me to write something... and this is what I came up with. Read More
This is just a little short story... written a while ago now... but I hope it is still current. Read More
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