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Poem / Poetry

April 10, 2018

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The Recollection... Read More
It's all suddenly utopian. But for who exactly? Read More
Child Labor is so big in the world. This poem is for spreading a message. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

March 14, 2017

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Meditating present; welcoming future Read More
This was my 8th grade Social Studies homework. Read More
A short story I had to write in class about children working in mills. Read More

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This is a poem about forced labor. Read More
In poverty, there are times when people become overwhelmed with frustration especially when there are many mouths to feed. If you are illiterate and poor, it may mean pushing your children into various forms of labor at a very young age. Will Amanat educate them or will he continue to… Read More
Nations across the world especially the poor and impoverished nations across the globe are host to poverty, illiteracy, crime, terrorism and a host of other problems. But they are not alone. Today USA also has become a corrupt nation that is on the brink of societal and economic collapse. Read More

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Mayor Sarandon’s administration receives surplus military equipment from the federal government, Ryan finds himself in a mad rush to prepare for a test and ends up doing poorly and Madeline has to choose whether to quit her job to get an AFL-CIO job that may not last past November or… Read More
The Labor Day Speech I wrote, regarding the Efforts of the Military and the Effect it has had on my Generation. Read More

Poem / Children Stories

November 09, 2013

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Just as armor will protect warriors in a battle against opposing forces, God's armor will protect us against the Foe and Enemy who strives tenaciously to defeat all of us in the battle of life. Read More
A story about a young boy in an urban area with various endings, each cunningly crafted for your enjoyment. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 26, 2013

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How would you feel if you had all the opportunities handed to you and you squandered it away? This is some guy sweeping in his yard... Read More

Short Story / Memoir

July 24, 2013

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The bond shared between sisters can be one of the strongest forces on earh, right next to a mother's love, best friends, and when someone finds true love. This memory is from almost four years ago. It's about the day my amazing little sister, Carson Elizabeth Belle Gray, was born. Read More
Marie Ovoalos is abducted from her home and taken to a labor camp with other teenage girls who try must figure out a way to escape. Read More

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Lunatic Leonitus Lunatic Leonitus Moonlit incendiary sequence of a Catfight. Panthera whelping Genesis flexing Monarchal sparkling of a Flame set to Burn yon Shiloh. Reflection evident this evenings Moon Non Benign Feline approach of Twilight Humility Virtue Vice incisor Bite of Pride Night Light Saga of a Picnic Blanket fixture… Read More
Dripping liquid swords Ninja Psycho cycle Riding till the Dawn Lyrical miracle mile-Christ child- erst’ while Style content flawless- Chosen verbs for Herbs Seasoned grease with salt and pepper- Table holds the envelopes for chosen Prose to fold you. Sleeves with ease -inside the Hand dismantles Vandals product- Environmental consequential… Read More

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Idleness is a great danger, the father of all evils. An idle man's brain is a store house of bad ideas always planning something evil. This poem is to warn the little boy the dangers of laziness and the importance of labor. Read More

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[on going] an Infatuated with Love book Marie looses her baby in the fourth month of her pregnancy and thinks all hope is lost. Until she is told that is she can find the one man who can save her baby before midnight on her twenty third birthday, her daughter… Read More

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Follow the Story Of a Captured Barbarian Troop tying to Survive The Roman labor Camps And Learn Of their Daily Challenges. Read More
It was my senior year in high school. I planned on living it up and being a teenager. That's when I found out That I was pregnant. Read More
CARRERA Jesús Tadeo Yee Jiménez Téllez nació un 17 de mayo en la ciudad de culiacan Sinaloa, México. Es el segundo de los tres hijos. Estudió la primaria en la localidad en que vivía en consecuencia continuo con la secundaria y bachillerato en unidades privadas. Licenciado en Derecho egresado de… Read More
CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (www.televisa.com) — Datos personales -Nombre completo Jesus Tadeo Yee Jimenez Tellez Actualmente es licenciado en derecho con especialidad penalista teniendo cedula profesional para litigar como cedula especial de funcionario y por parte del poder judicial de la federación. -Ocupación Abogado Empresario -Licenciatura Derecho -Maestria Ciencias penales Psiquiatria… Read More
A young boy starting a new life away from the bitter cold of his father's heart. He explains what pushed him this far, and how he longs to leave like his mother who left him behind. Read More

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taken from my book, "Blinded By Thought" Read More
Iraqi security officers were very helpful, professional and respectful to all mourners. On Monday, at least 28 people were killed and 78 wounded in a wave of bomb attacks in central Iraq against mourners. I Ajmal Mehdi condemns in the strongest terms by volunteering my time in Karbala for help… Read More

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This was a dream, and my mom always tells me to write down my dreams because you never know if one could be something amazing one day... So I wrote it down as best as I could remember, but of course I put the names in there myself because these… Read More
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