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This poem is a tribute to the army soldiers. They are ready to sacrifice for their country. This poem is about a boy, who was free. He saw many dreams and he wanted to live for his country. The boy was finally given a push into the army one day.… Read More

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When Melanie "Mel" Alexander becomes a widow at age thirty after her Green Beret husband is killed in action, her life is immediately engulfed in a black fog. In this darkness, she quits her promising career as a special agent tracking missing people and retreats to her Washington, DC, brownstone… Read More
A journey through politics in the 21st century, our National debt, future of mankind and more. Read More

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An American Patriot falls victim to his own idea of the perfect solution. Read More
In defense of America, revered Patriotic American Movie Maker Pecos Brazos rides to the rescue with the Hollywood Blockbuster "Rebirth of America" glorifying true American History in this world famous movie. Read More

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I am proud to say and express that I am a patriot. I love my country, I love Pakistan. Read More

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Not everyone can be home for the holidays. This poem describes the situation that a close friend and many Active Servicemen face and feel during the holidays. DO NOT BASH THIS OR YOU WILL BE REPORTED Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 01, 2013

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this a poem calling on nigerians for patriotism, and to jettison bribery and corruption, as well as tribalism or sectionalism. this i believe will do the nation good. Read More

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We've all been lied to. For over a century, Human beings have been brain washed and forced into indoctrination in the country of Stigma. Emily is awakened from what she believed to be a normal life when a weekly package comes in with a book she does not expect. Realizing… Read More
You see me walking past in the grimy London street; guiltily you invite me into a pub for a drink. I eye you, adjust my face, and reply. Read More
A poem I wrote. Feeling very patriotic. Read More

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This is a letter to America that is written with the intentions to explain possible negatives of war. Inspired by the I write america theme contest. Share your thoughts. Read More

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In the land of the losses of youth and dead dreams where greed runs rampant and deceit is a way of life Read More

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just a poem I can up with in about two seconds whilst listening to americans being happy with their country ... Read More

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I wrote this for the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Read More

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If you think voting might be inconvenient, read this. Read More
My praise to our fighting soldiers. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 20, 2010

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Proud to be an Indian.... Saare Jahan Se Achha Hindustan Hamara.... Read More
So many things could be brought to memory from looking out of a window and seeing what is around you. This window means a lot to me because it describes life. Maybe you could find the answer to the questions in your head by peering out of your window. Try… Read More

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Dedication: To all U.S. Military Veterans and in commemoration of the annual American national holidays of Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4) and Veteran’s (Armistice) Day (November 11). While surfing the YouTube website to find some original recordings of old(ies), pre-Beatles rock ‘n’ roll songs, I… Read More

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Well, Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize...I'm not particularly proud of this piece, but I felt like venting a little frustration. Besides, that the latest internet trend anyway, and I want to stay trendy. Read More
A political piece for anyone who's had enough of being led into the depression by an unelected leader. Read More
This is a short-story I had to do for history/creative-writing combined. I went overboard and had fun doing it. I hope you like it. The main characters is a guy named Steven Weatherspoon, and a Mr. Paul Revere. I studied beyond the required because I was having fun. Read More

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He tasered him. Again. Again. Again. And here I stood, just letting it happen. I could make the choice of just letting it go, letting them taser him again and again, or I could do something unthought of, but the only real option in this game of life. Fight back. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 09, 2007

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like the moon, life has many stages and we go through cycles that challenge and change us as individuals , whether it is for better or worse is up to us and what we can make out of these cycles and changes and how we can accept them.... Read More

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February 09, 2007

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it's about genocide and atrocities around the world.... Read More

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Team Vanguard, Chicago's premiere superhero organization, stumbles across a plot to infect the world's food supply with a virus that will decimate the earth. Follow the team as they race across the U.S. in a desperate bid to thwart cultists, paramilitary organizations and the mastermind behind it all... Read More
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