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Poem / Poetry

May 02, 2017

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Comments: 1

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Poverty is an injustice. Read More
What I used to adore in feminism, I wish to revive. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 04, 2016

Reads: 54

Comments: 4

Shelves: 1

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A follow up poem to 'Down The Rabbit Hole'. Hope you enjoy it!! Read More

Book / Horror

October 19, 2016

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in the near future, an ex-pentecostal preacher becomes president of the United States.Those opposed to his fanatical beliefs are rounded up and put into "moral realignment camps." Executions are held as a daily spectacle, carried through in the most horrific ways imaginable.A small band of rebels rises up, determined to… Read More
Abraham, a journalist pursuing the hidden stories of the war in Syria, finds himself amidst poverty, famine, torture, and above all, death. What will Abraham uncover in the seemingly perfect city of Damascus? And most importantly, will Abraham live to tell his tales? Read More
I was in the woes of depression and tried to turn my angst into art. Read More
Between 1975 and 1979, the Khmer Rouge led by Pol Pot, had exterminated 1/3 (over one million) of Cambodia's population in a reign of intense and brutal policies. Men, women, children and babies could not escape the horror that the Khmer Rouge brought when they arrived in Phnom Penh. Anyone… Read More

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Everyone with blue eyes should have died. The Amendment said so. Yet Adelaide met blue-eyed Talon Dophane in her preschool class when she was four. When Talon disappeared halfway through the year, everyone assumed they knew what had happened. But they didn't. Twelve years later, Adelaide sees those blue eyes… Read More
This is a joint publication of Berkeley ad Floricanto Presses. This book articulates a critical-progressive perspective of American education dealing with the real issues in the classroom. These are reflections of a Hispanic teacher—a Puerto Rican immigrant who experienced his family’s struggle to ensure he was well educated—based on a… Read More
An essay about my personal experiences with racism. The use of African American as a designator of race and not point of origin. The fact that we are essentially all Africans, having all originated from Africa. How we should abandon African American as a designation of race for Black people,… Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 25, 2015

Reads: 107

Comments: 2

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Stuff sucks. Read More

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A novel about how Axis won World War 2. A solitary young man and the Russian woman he loves join a revolution to liberate the world from tyranny. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 07, 2014

Reads: 62

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A poetic protest against all kinds of oppression and violence, especially armed violence Read More

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The charming, touching and heart-wrenching story of Eric, an Eskimo who must come to terms with his destiny in the face of disapproving parents who cannot accept his dream of becoming an exotic dancer. Read More

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A poem about failure and heartbreak. Hope you enjoy :) Read More
"Go forth, light-armed and heavy-armed, and strive with your wealth and your lives in the way of Allah! That is best for you if ye but knew." Nobel Qu'an (9:41) Read More
A poem written by me, based on the stereo types and flaws of society. Sort of?? 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

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The age of the Magic was gone, replaced by the rise of the common people, putting Majeuris into hiding, slavery and... market. Majeuris capable of supernatural phenomenon, controlling the forces of nature, exhibiting acts no ordinary human can deed, made the most excellent of the excellent goods of the time.… Read More

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Fences is the story of many immigrant families in the United States. It speaks of the difficulties many may come across due to the undocumented status of a family member. Being documented that person lacks the same access to rights, benefits and aid that someone who is documented would have,… Read More
For the youth, for society, for strength, and for freedom. Read More
Cursed from birth, Daggis travels with a caravan of misfits and outcasts, fleeing a goddess hellbent on their destruction. He does what he can to protect his family, but when the caravan is raided by the goddess's army, one man can only do so much. Read More
Bao is a Chinese farmer, alone since the death of his wife. His small farm is being expropriated by the government.. Read More

Reads: 104

Comments: 1

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What started as a simple story later turned into my first novel idea. In Let's have a Revolution we get a glimpse of Mason Mercer. A patriot who isn't pleased with what his countries direction, he and his sister start a resistance group to fight the evil oppression of an… Read More

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The belief that elected officials and bureaucrats can legislate our lives out of our control is getting old. It's been awhile since I did a politically based poem. I think this applies no matter what country you live. Read More
This book takes a closer inside look at the treatment of women by Muslim men. This is information that is rarely heard of or rarely known of by most people. Some of this information may be very eye opening and surprising even to many Muslims. Read More

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