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Book / Fantasy

July 09, 2016

Reads: 80

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

An immortal women whose been alive for centuries. Searching for love. Her love became cursed. Only to have her children to also be cursed. Being reborn and turning into ash is a horrible death. what will become of them in the human world? Read More

Reads: 113

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

David and Maisie are trying to figure out the complex (yet child-like, almost) mind of a young man named Jimmy. He murdered two men without realising it due to the dream-like state that he appears to be in most of the time. Since he is wanted, they are keeping him… Read More

Reads: 847

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Greyson Donovan has a unique job description, escort the Heart of Darkness. The Heart being an artifact of cataclysmic proportions. He accomplishes this by aimlessly hauling it across the United States in a muscle car. When someone steals his beloved vehicle and it's contents, Greyson undertakes the task of retrieving… Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 16, 2009

Reads: 254

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

“Holy river” is a philosophically and psychologically sewed poem that has numerous roots crawled beyond thoughts, where thought can only evoke its meaning through nourishing knowledge extracted from the real form of self. These characters, words, lines in the poem should be digged with sharp tools of mind inorder to… Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 31, 2008

Reads: 231

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Death is a sorrow for living; death is everlasting happiness for dead. The poem is of the moment between life and death when the soul departs the body for ever and ran away like an ant on the leaf falling from high above a tree. Read More

Reads: 279

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

“The final Point of Life” is a poem dedicated to Lord Yama Raja (Dharma Raja) or Kaala “The God of Death” in Hinduism. In the Vedas Yama is God of Death, with whom the spirits of the departed dwell. Yama is represented as having two insatiable dogs with four eyes… Read More
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