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They say Lady-Justice is blind, but in this case...? Who knows what has happened to her! Read More
"If I had wished for Time to stop Will the moon stop rotating And prevent the fiery Sun From coming up?" Read More

Tags: colors, time, judge, stop

The over population within the global prison system has led to a decision to build habits on the sea bed, a technological breakthrough with Robotic AI has given them complete autonomy over the welfare of the prison population. The Robotic AI are the caretakers, the Assistants, the builders of… Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 26, 2017

Reads: 175

Comments: 1

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this poem is just a laugh. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 11, 2017

Tags: life, poem, judge, judement

MOUTH O MIGHTY, MOUTH O MIGHTY. We tend to talk about Rumors of Read More

Tags: judge, talks

Apostle William T. A. Olubiyi, ThD, DMin., is a teacher of the word. A speaker at churches, fellowships and several conferences. A vibrant preacher in Revivals and Crusades. He is the man of multiple grace, whose passion straddles both his professional calling, EDUCATION and his divine calling, DISCIPLESHIP. He engages… Read More

Tags: judge, not

There’s a good reason why human being is waiting for the last judgment. Justice on earth has always been debatable and controverted. There’s a justice for the rich and another one for the common people. Matt knows what it takes to be respected, and how he became a national hero… Read More
All of us have judged another at one time. We have no real right to do so, but we do. Maybe this short thought will help you to think before you speak next time. Read More
Listen, though you may not drive a great big Cadillac; Gangsta Whitewalls Read More

Tags: love, beauty, judge

Essay / Romance

June 07, 2016

Reads: 493

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

a date that went terribly wrong monologue of the female character Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 28, 2016

Reads: 347

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A short poem written a while ago. Read More
An unsuccessful, misfit lawyer remains clueless as adventure happens around her. A criminal and the judge for his case must work together to fight against a dark force. Read More
A short poetry about a dead love and people who are judging one partner even when he was the giving one Read More
A real-life account of a tormented soul, the long journey that encompassed both the physical and emotional horror, the darkest secrets and candid expression of a journey that is now filled with understanding, healing, and endless possibilities for the future. Read More
Kaci the calf and the farmer's daughter, Suzonne, are getting into more trouble! They're going to the county fair! The question is, what's gonna happen? Read More
In the mind of a truthful judge that laughs at any flaw that you possess will judge you like he would judge anyone else. His first victim, Anna, will soon discover the brutal truth about her lips and her voice. Read More

Poem / Other

September 16, 2014

A quick poem I wrote to vent some emotions, but can be applied to many situations. Read More
Time is best judge. I am here waiting for the time to judge me and my adversaries, waiting is the key. Read More

Tags: judge

Reads: 3875

Comments: 101

The Booksie Classic House

It's a fantasy setting. There exist many races and people. You will now them all in the end. There is a small warning attached to this, it can get gruesome at some times. Read More
The real god in the heaven fed up with the humanity for misusing his name go to court to restore his good name. Read More
Love means the absence of judgment... Read More

Script / Humor

April 08, 2014

Reads: 385

Comments: 1

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Cliff and Andrew don't see eye to eye inside or outside of court. Meanwhile Heather has things go her way by 'sinking' a cruise company. Read More
A taxman is brought up on trial by the community for doing his job. Author's note: Another very old story, maybe even the second one I've ever finished if my chronology is right. Also, another attempt by 17 year old me to be deep and profound. The second to last… Read More
Late on your rent? A lawyer will be calling soon. This is the story of his life. Read More

Short Story / Other

February 16, 2014

Reads: 516

Comments: 6

The Booksie Classic House

She pushed aside, nay, buried all negative thoughts of injuries, pain and death. She knew that she had to reach some kind – any kind – of help and thence, a hospital. The thought – the near certainty of her death during the attempt – did not even cross her… Read More
Who likes judging others for who they are and what they do? Who likes judging others, who DO judge? This is written by me, a follower of Christ, a Christian. You have been warned. And I dare you to not stop reading until you are finished. You never know what… Read More
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