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A teacher gives his students a surprise Thanksgiving dinner. His students, in turn, then surprise prisoners at a local jail with a special Thanksgiving feast. 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
I shall tell you how I came to eat the flesh of another human being. It all began when I and seven other evicted prisoners escaped from South Wales in Australia. I'd posted this story years ago on another side. Read More
Isabella Jade Termlocke was the victim of a home invasion that claimed her families life and changed the world she knew forever. Being deaf was a hard enough challenge in life but being kidnapped and held hostage by the same group that robbed her of her hearing and her family… Read More
Providing better care for the elderly poor Read More
Hundreds of kids in the small city of Racine are infected by a chemical leak in the water. The chemicals altered the kids DNA and made them super powerful. The government captured the 'Genomes' and performed horrible tests on them. They locked them up For a year. Now Brett and… Read More
Frank Baxter was a prisoner in hell on earth, The Devil's Nest. A remote, North Atlantic prison where the inmates rule themselves. Any thoughts of escape meant trying to survive in the freezing ocean. One day he protects an inmate and receives a way off and back to freedom and… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 15, 2011

Reads: 486

Comments: 5

The Booksie Classic House

A day in the life of Ivan Ivanavitch, camp inmate USSR. Read More
The year is 2017 and more then half the worlds human population has been destroyed due to a new vaccine that the government has created and forced on its people. The only people alive are in the government or the only two humans left that form the resistance? Sink Collins… Read More
some kids run away from their homes and want to get back at their families for the years of torture they've had. based on my posting rpg called Now-Or-Never VISIT MY SITE AT Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 05, 2008

Reads: 358

Comments: 3

The Booksie Classic House

Hey all....this poem is just about the interpretations and I guess stereotypes of "darkness" or "nighttime" I wrote this poem one night while going to bed...enjoy it and please comment! :) G to to find more of my poems! Read More
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