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Poem / Non-Fiction

April 07, 2015

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Comments: 2

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hello, here is a short poem written by me on the revolt of 1857.This is the first poem i ever wrote hope you'll like it. Read More
Gyanganj is a mystical abode of immortal beings located in the remote Himalayas. It influences series of events from two eras and results in “The Beckoning of Gyanganj,” a cocktail of Himalayan adventures, spiritualism, love and romance, hatred and politics, sufferings and revolt. The challenging high altitude treks undertaken in… Read More

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In this sequel to "Dawn Of The Tuna",Lady Tuna finds out the hard way that things don't always turn out the way we want them to. 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

Poem / Poetry

February 07, 2014

Reads: 194

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

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A revolution doesn't start with a group of people, it starts with you. Read More

Reads: 250

Comments: 4

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Affection is universal. It is something more than the action of the brain neurons, thus it can unpredictably be showered upon anyone and everyone but it is so strong that it conditions existence, even goes against the laws of Nature as we know it and forces us to see the… Read More

Reads: 165

Comments: 3

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A young man raised to be the story teller of his people inadvertently becomes the spark of a world wide revolt against tyranny. Read More

Poem / Humor

October 21, 2013

Reads: 126

Shelves: 1

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I was trying to rhyme something i don't know how I did. so Read More

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900 hundred years after global warming set the planet on a new course, in a small community at the foot of an ancient volcano, only a few hundred years removed from the caves that once sheltered them; a young girl rises from slavery and oppression to take over a rebellion… Read More

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Comments: 1

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900 hundred years after global warming set the planet on a new course, in a small community at the foot of an ancient volcano, only a few hundred years removed from the caves that once sheltered them; a young girl rises from slavery and oppression to take over a rebellion… Read More

Book / Young Adult

March 05, 2013

Reads: 285

Comments: 5

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In the year 2047, the modern day United States has become a utopia. After the war ended in 2015, the U.S. controlled the majority of the Middle East, using the oil to pay off their enormous debts. The U.S. was back on its feet, with more money and power to… Read More

Short Story / Literary Fiction

December 18, 2012

Reads: 177

Comments: 8

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There was a group of thugs comprising of corrupt politicians, greedy officials, ruthless mafias who wanted him dead at any cost. They had plan, strategy and a man to do the job and then there was another group of thugs, comprising of corrupt politicians, greedy officials, ruthless mafias who wanted… Read More
Forced into slave labor by a ruthless human empire, John and his people must band together for there freedom. Read More

Book / Fantasy

April 11, 2012

Reads: 199

Comments: 6

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Long ago, the world of Synestra was in balance. Magic was spread equally among the world, and those who were fortunate enough to recieve it were given the appropriate training. However, when King Nolan II came into power in Taemin, he exiled every single mage within his kingdom to a… Read More
This is the story of how, once upon a time in the middle ages, the peasantry of a town somewhere in fantasy-land decided that the old-fashioned type of peasant revolt wasn't good enough. They took matters into their own hands and created the very first housing bubble . . . Read More

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A fictional account of the first slave revolt in Ancient Rome. Read More
The weekend shortly after my Grandma revealed her secret plan, my twin sister set fire to the curtains. Read More

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People talk a great deal of wanting the USA to be where it was in the Reagan era, where there were homes,jobs,money, stability. People are to be blamed for the ills befalling this nation because they voted for men and women who are full of apathy to rule over them.… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 28, 2011

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Shelves: 1

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We're fed up. Lets change this thing around Read More

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So you want a revolution, I do too, but then what? Read More

Tags: revolt

Reads: 119

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Inspiring poem about the overthrowing of governments and rebellion against unwanted regulations and leaders Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 10, 2009

Reads: 165

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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This captures the ideal of freedom in a sense of winning it from some oppressive power. I feel it really portrays a view of hard work paying off in a sense that it's worth dying for. Read More
I am alone in a crowd of millions, and I seek to purify. Read More
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