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These are just some practice Korean sentences that I wrote.:):) Read More

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These are just some practice Korean sentences that I wrote. If you would like to translate it, use google translator. Read More

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Its a good essay for all ages and it describing how the people are depended from the Internet. Read More
This poem takes a slightly unusual symbolic turn, portraying the rain, or a storm, as a means of protection, comfort and peace. Instead of showing the sun as the typically welcoming symbol in Western literature, it is called "harsh," since, "in the light, my cloak is gone." One cannot hide… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 31, 2014

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Part of a series of rap battles with my younger 'gangsta' brother. Not a serious effort, more an example of the versatility of rhyme in an attempt to teach that hip-hop is always better with a point other than vanity, aggression and covetousness. Read More

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In a letter to her mother, Min Kyung writes to her mother to inform of her stay in America and the challenges she's endured while trying to master the English language. Read More
This chapter contains violence and language. This is chapter 1 of Street Gunner Protologue: The guns go all around the town, Hearing gun shots everywhere while I try to run away. Fuck I don't really what to do with myself honestly. Now, I need to start a gang and all… Read More

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A man discovers a book with a past. Read More

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Its Writing with Amharic fonts ...may be you looks only these ?????? ???? ??? ???? because your Device do not have Amharic reader Software :) Read More

Book / Non-Fiction

December 30, 2013

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Just check out the book itself from: http://bookbooster.com/newage.htm :-) Read More

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Oh, Please Give Me A Break! Read More

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The orchestra conductor and the sign language interpreter Read More
Under Executive Order 13603, everything changed. It was the year of terror - the year of survival. With thousands of Americans executed, convicted and punished, the freedoms we once knew were gone and a dangerous tyranny arose from the rubble, creating an enemy unlike anything we've ever seen. The only… Read More

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Charlotte, a small twelve year old girl is dying. However she isn't unprepared. Armed with an entire way of life, she gives her family one of the most special presents anyone could ever get - from beyond the grave. Read More
This is an extension to This is how the world ends. It's a same universe, Same people, different time, kind of scenario. I hope this gives just enough insight into the previous story to peek interests, but still leave a tiny bit of mystery in the main character. Read More

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A city boy is unexpectedly dragged into the grit an hardships of the slums of his home town, Reynin, New Salem, by its local crime organization known as The Legends. He is given a simple choice, die as a rat or live as a member his choice sends his heart,… Read More

Poem / Memoir

November 09, 2013

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its a poem which i write for my gf Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 28, 2013

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Thoughts I had as I listened to my girlfriend chat in Dutch with her mother. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 25, 2013

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With the ever growing influence of technology, with the introduction of the SMS language, language is a sacrifice that we had to pay. My poem is a testimony to that. Read More
Raising children today can be most disquieting and disconcerting. There are some most important to-dos and not-to-does that, if heeded and put into practice, can be of tremendous help to parents in helping their children grow into responsible and dependable adults. Read More

Article / Non-Fiction

October 15, 2013

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It is the complete grammer of my constructed language - TSPL. Read More

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Poem / Other

October 11, 2013

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As I lay handcuffed to a gurney in a lockdown psychiatric hospital, suicidal (of course) this came out of me Read More

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This is a poem which brings out the frustration that I feel, when I see that despite the progresses that civilization has gone through, your complexion, nationality, religion, linguistic notions etc continue to dominate your life, and that of others. Read More
My eyes become seashells. My hair becomes kelp. My body dissolves into damp sand as I throw myself into the ocean. I am at one with the calm beneath the cerulean depths. My eyes are open; I can see everything clearly. There is no air but my lungs feel satisfied.… Read More
This is an essay I've been giving myself a hard time over. I wrote over 5000 words and got it down to 1300. There are no references, because it'sall out of my own head. Read More
Working on the project 'A Little Learning Is A Dangerous Thing' with help of a link,I noticed an article submitted regard of the project-topic by Ashley Burgamy,where written-""Our successes, as they may have been, were trivial in light of everything to come, for there is no end. Behind every hill… Read More
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