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Short Story / Other

March 13, 2021

Reads: 46

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Looking back and remembering my pa. Read More
Ajit was sad. He was missing his parents a lot. He was playing guitar for a diversion. He was a student of class 10. When he was in class six. His father Sudarshan and his mother Kalyani died in a road accident. The whole family was drowned in the ocean… Read More
Do you have an embarrassing parent? Dwain does, and he tells you about his mom and one of his most embarrassing times it will have you laughing and wanting to read more. All kids can relate, Dwain makes some of the serious drawbacks of growing up easier to face with… Read More
Some parents want their children to succeed, but only on their terms. Read More
Ever wanted to lay it all out to the people who raised you? To tell them life from your side? I was tired of being unheard and silent about myself, my thoughts, my feelings, my dreams and how I saw their roll in it all. So I did just that.… Read More
Brenda's grandpa paid a visit. Read More
I wrote this poem a while ago for my mother. I decided to share it through this platform for those who want to see an example of a mother's day poem in the hopes of writing one for their own mother. Read More
When you learn about the story of our land where the Lord guarded this secret, you will know the beauty that guarded this secret is our rebirth in time again. Do you have another reason for this worth? Read More

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Dear Shelly. Where are you now? Read More

Poem / Humor

June 08, 2020

Reads: 134

Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

Tags: life, parents, loser

A poem about being a parent yet losing yours and how life will evolve from that moment. Read More

Tags: love, loss, death, pain, parents

Story inspired with story "It will never be better" Not positive at all, but oh well, that's how I write :| Read More

Poem / Other

March 26, 2020

Tags: parents

Sometimes the words we say do not express what we truly feel, and conversely, the words we say have the ability to portray our feelings exactly, but our feelings are the ones incapable of self-expression. Apologies are like that, and sometimes they are like this. Read More
I lost someone very special in my life. I tried very hard to get normal life, but memories are impossible to faded-away. This is short story about an incident which effects life like hell. Read More
Memories are always a little off from what actually happened. It creates really good content. Read More

Reads: 247

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The The Imaginarium House

Cover image: Booksie.com. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 28, 2019

Let's not fool ourselves. Life here on earth is real. My poem. Read More
In mid-1980s New York City, recent business school graduate Brian Sarandon is working at his father's Savings & Loan empire, but feels suffocated by his father's influence, and aims to free himself of it. His roommate, a DJ and club owner named Lindsay, is being pressured to take on a… Read More

Reads: 347

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This is a story about two girls, best of friends, being torn apart by parents, moving trucks, and grandparents. More or less, a story about a friendship forced to long-distance. Only apps and games can revive their need for life now, and with the abuse of parents on one, it's… Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 10, 2019

Reads: 317

Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

An everyday micro-atrocity. Image by Mark Filter from Pixabay (90 words). Read More

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"Excellent thought provoking poem Adam ! Entire colonies get wiped out each day, all in the name of hygiene, fear, or not in my home... Lov..." Read More

Planning the typical asian wedding. Such a pleasure for parents and such a headache for the ones getting married. Read More
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