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The Booksie Classic House

Inspiration can strike at any moment. Where will you be when the complexity of existence strikes you? Will you shake or cry? Laugh or just sit wondering? There is always beauty and truth in moments like that. Read More
You hold the heart in your hand, and the pressure's on. In this sanitary area you are God and fool all at once. Before you know it it's been five fucking hours with a group of people that you have come to hate and love and utterly not care about.… Read More
I don't know where you are, but I miss you. When will you be back? When can things be the way before you ever laid down. Even the people cry from time to time. Read More
I would like to make something very clear. As a female I am NOT a feminist. At least not in the trashy, fat, hateful, pentasexual, nasty, awful, black-souled, lazy kind of way. Those people are just looking to cause trouble. I have been appalled by the "feminists" that harassed Dr.… Read More

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Come one come all, to Hyperbole high school. See the cry baby, socially inept beta-boy earn his wings.On this day a great story will be born, and they will talk about it for generations to come. I'm thinking about turning this short story into a longer work and this being… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

"What can I do to make it better?" He waved his arms around as he screamed to cover her cries. She tossed her shoes at him from across the bed before running barefoot, with all of her bored loathing, into the night. Read More
Not for the Hungry, or those who don't like fruit! From the compilation "Marionville". Read More
True love holds out over tragedy. A good sense of humor and attraction can over come many things. Including the wreck of the day that last thirty years later. Read More

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"How do I love thee? Shall I count the ways": 1x2=2 2x6=12 9x7=... give me a second. *Elizabeth Browning Read More
Somewhere we lost our innocence. How could we have known that our advancement would be too much? We are our own undoing. We are not children anymore.We fade before our time. There is one however; the one without the fade. You will grow through hate and love, and something beautiful… Read More
I will not let you down. I promise, I'll be different. Trust in me because I will give everything for you. My being is yours and to the heavens I proclaim it so. Forever shall I rest in the unsettling unknown before I forsake you. I am transforming for you.… Read More
To my mothers on the day to celebrate them. I have several people that need to be acknowledged. Thank you Robin, Nancy, Kelly, Debbie, and Eli. I love you all very much and I am grateful to the times we have had together, and though for a few I am… Read More
How will this world end? I guess it really doesn't matter. Read More
Did this for philosophy class.It's about all the worthy writing I've managed in the past month.It's relatively accurate, except for a few small details. I tried to hit it on the head the best I could. Read More
This work was based upon an interview and my own knowledge of tornados. It's late so I figured, eh why not write it. I've been through three myself that I remember and helped with the clean up for the Joplin tornado over two years ago. This town has come a… Read More
First short work I ever completed. that was almost five years ago. It's about a man, and an almost lover. The events she causes in his life... well read to find out. Read More
This is the art of a highly regulated drabble... kind of. See it's funny! It was just a small something I did a while back, and hopefully might make someone smile. It is one hundred words! No more, no less. Read More
Its a connection. That is the key that unites a melody, with a man, with a stranger. In a simple classroom two children discover what it truly means to connect. That single moment, that sharing, will change a thought. It might just change a life. Read More
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