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Book / Other

July 25, 2020

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Comments: 2

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

paul starts having flashbacks of what he initially believes to be a past life. after months of researching the things he sees in these flashbacks, following clues and learning to feel again, paul discovers a truth he couldn't have imagined. Read More

Reads: 37

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Photo (c) Samanta Santy on Unsplash Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 06, 2020

Reads: 72

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Poems House

Photo (c) Dima Khudorozhkov on Unsplash Read More

Book / Young Adult

June 29, 2020

Reads: 26

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Marilyn Tuwest was a loner in highschool. She barely had time for socializing, and it's no surprise since her only motivation in life was to get good grades. Now that she was older and quite popular in college, she tried to forget all that has happened in the past. Now,… Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 27, 2020

kabhi-kabhi hum apne ghar ki wapasi ka lamha us army soldier se lagate h emotional ho kr.. bt real life mei wo aur jada khushnuma hota h.. Read More

Tags: happiness, memory, run

Poem / Poetry

June 19, 2020

Reads: 54

Comments: 2

The Poems House

Photo (c) BRUNO CERVERA on Unsplash Read More
This is a true story, a childhood memory. Read More

Reads: 61

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

I am learning to polish up my poetry. This is a rewrite,with different title, correct my typos and cut down all the unnecessary words. A sweet memory of mine. Feel free to give me suggestions. Read More
Ruth has dressed for her date tonight with the same taste of futility she had submitting profiles to dating sites and following all the carefully choreographed steps of e-mail ritual leading up to dinner-and-a-movie with a stranger. A taste of futility, because she's already planning how this encounter will end… Read More
Read Ugandan award-winning writer Dilman Dila's lovely words and click into the link to watch the beautiful animation he made. Read More
In a world where so many people lose so many things, perhaps there could be an elite group who make it their business to find things. Read More
Two marvelous short stories by Walis Nokan and Gan Yao-Ming Cover image by Chung Ya-Yun Read More

Reads: 36

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A villanelle poem exploring why memory cannot bring about emotion. Read More

Reads: 51

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A poem about the unfair nature of memory and emotion. Read More
"You live on in the cached pages online" Photo by Dylan McLeod Read More
A pensioner relates their childhood in a gang. 750 words. Read More
What it would look like when we look back the pandemic 10 years later? Photo by Andres Siimon Read More
Entering the imaginative space and time of the poet Photo by Sangga Rima Roman Selia Read More
The difficult time with a dying parent could be transformed into poetic power. Photo in courtesy of Nine Kopfer Read More
How to deal the ordeal of losing the beloved one? Mary Hamilton's hopeful poem for those sharing the same pain Photo in courtesy of Mitchell Hartley Read More
Earl Jackson's memory of his childhood is a mirror of the questionable social issues and politics of America. Photo in courtesy of Kat J Read More
EVERY TIME YOU THINK IS THIS THE BEST OF ME I CAN GIVE Read More
After several weeks of the passing of her beloved, Ginny Jaramillo wrote to him about the beauty of wilderness they had shared. Cover photo in courtesy of Harold Litwiler Read More

Reads: 109

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Remembering sea side life Read More

Tags: memory

This is a collection of memories from my childhood and teenagehood in my small town in the south of italy Read More
Two for one. Or maybe just one for one. Read More
Taiwanese indigenous writer Faisu Mukunana writes about her childhood, translated by Dr. Yao-Chung Tsao. Photo by Guillaume Briard. This excerpt is from her book Dear Ak'i, Please Don't Be Upset(translated by Dr. Tsao Yao-Chung) Read More
Over half a century after John Kennedy's assassination, on the night of my birthday, the memories of that day came back to me. I was a child returning from school in a small town in South America and had no idea who Kennedy was, so finding my grandmother crying by… Read More
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