Pretense stories, books, poems, and more

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Poem / Other

March 29, 2017

Reads: 41

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

It seems I have to pretend. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

October 18, 2016

Reads: 89

Shelves: 1

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Poem / Poetry

October 19, 2011

Reads: 148

Comments: 7

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

I know this sucks. Anyway it is about how people put masks of fake innocence, smiles.... Read More
No one sees me the way I am; No one saw me the way I was; No one will see me the way I will be; Not even to the extent a mirror succeeds to see... Submitted for Angellyn's (unique object) poetry contest... Object: Mirror... (Pic = Man in the… Read More

Reads: 145

Shelves: 1

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A short story comprising unfaithfulness,pretense,adultery and deceit. Read More

Tags: love, deceit, pretense

Book / Young Adult

November 02, 2010

Reads: 2432

Comments: 48

Shelves: 1

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A hit romantic series, starring two of the most attractive, sexiest, actors of all time. Producers, watching the fans screaming how the “ fake couple” act on screen, they decide to publish the headline, they’re officially together. Aaron, and Emma. Are both very self centered, yet managed to be friends.… Read More
THIS POEM PRESENTS THE CURRENT SITUATION OF THE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST THE WORLD FINDS ITSELF IN. IT IS PRESENTED IN FORM OF ALEGORY, FEATURING TREES PLOTTING AGAINST AND KILLING EACH OTHER. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 05, 2010

Reads: 274

Comments: 10

Shelves: 1

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What is History? What is truth? Over centuries kindoms and countries have waged war, expanded or been overthrown. Does not the victor tell his story to be repeated in history. Is a tyrant always right? What is reality? Be careful what you believe. Read More

Book / Romance

October 01, 2009

Reads: 496

Comments: 11

Shelves: 1

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Adrianne Shaw had adopted one technique to side step her mother and her matchmaking ways, EVASION. Excuses to refuse visiting on weekends and holidays. It made it easier to lie about non-existent boyfriends and if it got boring and tiring, non-existent lies about their break ups. She was living with… Read More
This poem is about the terrible injustice of despots who cleverly decry despotism, in hypocritical masks of Liberty. We find them everywhere but they are insidious. Read More
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