Morality stories, books, poems, and more

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Hello Dear Booksie Friends! I greet you after long absence, but things go on. I am deep into second novel 'Square Grouper Sandwich' and also writing eesays and shorts. This book review is one of those ah, exercises. Read More
An extreme take on the effects of bullying in society. Read More
a mind cycle.. with many expressions of life and fantasy! Read More

Tags: fantasy, morality

Something I have felt strongly about for quite some time involving the subject of spiritual freedom, in particular in the area of love Read More
Based on a true story, this anecdote highlights consequences that could arise from getting out of one's way to reach out to those in need. But let this be a reminder that it is always better to err on the side of doing what is good, rather than be stifled… Read More
Hacking personal information of celebrities for sale is a big business. It is illegal and unethical. At International School of Ethical Hacking, students are trained to conduct electronic ears-dropping or hacking in ethical way. Read More
David has special powers. He can cause things to happen by controlling his mind...mostly causing disaster. But the real problem starts when he finds the man that was responsible for his father's death. Read More
Harold King is blind. Harold King is bitter. And one thing Harold King hates is when snidey little shits try to take advantage of that, that and degenerate working-class scum. But the morning when he walked into his bank to ask for a loan was also the morning when his… Read More

Short Story / Other

December 13, 2011

Reads: 275

Comments: 1

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It does not matter about the where, or the when, this story is based on countless stories of immigrants trying to find a new home in a new land; escaping the oppression they faced before. Sam Walker, a new security worker at a nameless detention centre, experiences the confliction of… Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 07, 2011

Reads: 194

Comments: 2

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Why can't you see what I see? Read More
Davis is a good man. He made a promise to himself to be so. He is almost pathologically determined to lead a good life and become the man his father wasn't. Unbeknownst to Davis, an evil presence is watching him from the darkest recesses of an unknown plane; its talons… Read More
It's an article on institutions and communities and their role on the internet and in gaming, inspired by a friend making an argument contrary to my own. Read More
This is the story of what becomes of Samuel, who tries to do the right thing for the wrong reason, and then the wrong thing for the same reason. Read More
This is a story about a horrible experience that occurs to a boy during christmas. I really want to countinue this story and have a rough idea of where to take it. Hopefully I can define and refine the story with your feedback and response. Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 02, 2011

Reads: 342

Comments: 5

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our thoughts and actions are so restricted by social norms and rules. Read More
The choice of a soldier, of both Russian and German heritage, when he is visited by a stranger during the battle of Berlin. Read More
Monotheistic absolutist aliens bring not peace but the sword to Earth. Secular humanists fight a losing battle against the ruthless and technologically advance alien warlords. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 05, 2010

Reads: 452

Comments: 2

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Hey everyone! First time posting in a while. This is a poem comparing the White House fields to the open fields next to the Somme River in France. For those of you who don't know, that was a site of one of the biggest and bloodiest battles in world war… Read More

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Comments: 2

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You choose which poison fits this poem. They all do. Read More
Morality of lies, do you think Lies itself is morally wrong? Read More
This is the dream because unfortunately it can not be real for so many reasons that I can not go in to right now. Read More
A poem I conceived after reading the novel Regeneration, and discovering the anti-war poetry of Siegfried Sassoon, combined with the gritty working class realist writings of Tony Harrison which I have also been delving into. In short; an angry little wounded soldier of a poem shouting and screeching in free-form… Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 24, 2009

Reads: 269

Comments: 2

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This is just for the here and now about how I feel tonight. Read More
my magnum opus, an exposing look at my state of mind, needs lots of work still Read More
I always have really unbelievable dreams. This is one I actually wrote down. I can't understand it, and I feel for any psychiatrist who would dare try. Sorry for the bad grammar, I'm copying it from when I originally wrote it down. Read More
Being What Is Not While Not Being What Is has provoked more than one atrocity. The atrocity to end all atrocities didn’t happen. However, the doomsday cloak during the Cuban Missile Crisis hit 11:59 and as one of the adolescent boys attending a sleepover on that critical day, I was… Read More
When the ambivalence/self connection is recognized, tolerant attitudes towards others follow. When the opposite occurs, -- when the ambivalence/self connection goes unrecognized, prejudiced attitudes towards others is the result. From time to time, I will share some of my university papers, and since most of my writing revolves around one… Read More

Poem / Song Lyrics

August 17, 2009

Reads: 900

Comments: 49

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After spending an afternoon playing with my one year old grandson, this song sort of wrote itself. The MP3 is purely a demo for copyrighting purposes. My vocal skills are limited from lack of use. The guitar, lead guitar and string bass are me as well, all recorded in my… Read More
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