Revolution stories, books, poems, and more

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It’s Friday on a cold, wet November evening in London and Kevin Anderson is returning home from work, questioning his future in the civil service. His journey will take him to Soho after following a man who had been following him. Across town in Covent Garden Jason Collins thinks about… Read More
Inspired by the sad realities of South America's revolutionary past. Read More
The revolutionaries are moving forward. What is he supposed to do? What about his love? Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 02, 2018

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The Poetic Dreamers House

History always repeats itself Read More
This is the 1st novel in the H A T O series that takes place in the character known as Hato Livelda before he became a leader of the Aojeernar. He is faced with many challenges and obstacles that will try to kill him at every turn... Can he… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is a sketch of my time in Nicaragua in April when the protest broke out against current Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega Read More
This is a poem about slamming societal standards and standing up for your beliefs. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 12, 2018

Reads: 35

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

In a world where people are forced into slavery, Alberta is forced to blend in but her passed catches up with her and she can no longer hide Read More
A story about a young man named Eric Trettin who gets wrapped up in a revolution in 2025 when the United States' newly elected president ushers in a new era of fear and hate. Read More
He is going home. It's night time. A horrible storm is going on. What's going to happen to him? Read More
A poem about gun violence in America, particularly school shootings. Read More
An article about the revolutionary upcoming poet from South Africa who takes the center stage into the world. Read More
these are just few lines which struck my mind when i was studying at around 2 am in the morning. as i am leftist, i like to read about revolution and thus came a few thoughts which i scribbled in my blog and then i thought of posting it… Read More

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Reminiscent of Rapunzel, this story begins with a young girl locked away from the rest of the world. Unsurprisingly, she longs to be free and use the magic that rightfully belongs to her. However, she is soon swept up in a revolution where her magic skills are sought after… Read More
Time travel isn't so mysterious to lab technician assistant Elizaveta. With her uncle being the first man able to create a working time machine she gets full access. Things go wrong when she decides to run a quick test to make sure everything is functioning correctly and she ends… Read More
We're all telling different sides of the same story. Read More
All of us are telling different sides of the same story. Read More

Book / Other

October 14, 2017

Peter Marten is eager to go to university in the big city, but soon finds himself swept up in a decades-old conspiracy and a plot to overthrow the king of his adopted country. Read More
This book is pretty much finished, apart from little polishing here and there. Read More
The result of communion with God, or The Gods, or maybe a conversation with myself. Read More
The president in Revolution 2033 is neither Donald Trump nor Ronald Reagan, or any president, past or present. President Ronald Pump is rather a melange of political leaders, who exudes the qualities of those who rule the world, and will continue to do so, unless the world's political climate changes… Read More

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Book / Other

September 11, 2017

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The Booksie Classic House

The Last Revolution explains how existing so-called democratic governments may be modified to form true, interactive democracies. Read More

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A story of revolution and adventure through light and darkness as a group of young revolutionaries plots to dismantle the corrupt governments of the worlds of Shining Star and Black Abyss. What happens when we learn that nothing is black and white, and when we see beyond the illusion? Read More
When a few stand against a lot for a fair cause, others maybe afraid to join at the beggining. But slowly, freedom will conquer their own hearts and they will join in arms against tyrants and oppressors. Death surely will take some of them, but those who get to live,… Read More
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