Revolution stories, books, poems, and more

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This essay explores how the Scientific Revolution of the seventeenth century shaped science as we know it today. Read More
A poem about the youth in South Africa who are abusing drugs and partaking in a hedonistic lifestyle. Read More
Though much of this is similar to the previous article A Close Look at the Declaration of Independence, it has gotten more horrifying. Liberals reject the very concept of what is said here, but legitimate historians and patriots see the truth. Read More
What our founding fathers had in mind for the United States of America is a far cry of what it is today. I believe that each of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution would be embarrassed to claim what America is today as their nation. So… Read More
Today's politics is far more than Republican versus Democrat, left versus right, Conservative against Liberal. Today's politics are what defines America's history. As our rights and freedoms are stripped away, as our morals are destroyed and as our patriotisms is abolished, is there any grounds for recovery? Is there any… Read More
Very cold and snowy days make it easy to sit in a warm office and write, which I love to do. I have a vivid imagination and six and two-thirds fingers that love to pound out stories. Though the majority of my stories are Christian in nature, some are not.… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

When this election process is over, you will have a thirty to one hundred-eighty day window to prepare for the rest of your life. How you do this is going to be very definite as to whether you are a patriot or a puppet. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 13, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

Two people from different times, that lived in a revolution. Yet were not so guilty as they seem. Just forced into being worse than their accusers. Read More

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Written in 2014, we had pretty much the same poor, starving and minority-profiled victims as now - only less cameras, and certainly less media coverage. I wondered at the time, why - and foretold a coming revolution if the masses without power continued to be ignored (the 'great typhoon'). Six… Read More
it is parable and clarion call on the leaders in and people of Africa to change the narration and move the continent forward Read More
Hey, guys. This is my newest, finished but not typed completly, novel. If you haven't finished Chronicles of an Assassin, DON'T READ THIS, unless you like spoilers, that is. It's about twelve years after the last Chronicles of an Assassin book so be warned. Read More

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An ultra short story that needs no extra information. Read More
'The Revolution Series' tells the story of Exeus Wildfred, a Windlander black sting who fights for Lord Ben Centric’s ludclub in Mentrish. Exeus becomes the national champion in the 2666 season after defeating the champion of Lord John Lawyer’s ludclub—the other ludclub in the capital of Sapagna—and meets Leader Christopher… Read More
Apart to play takes place in a dystopian world that crudely resembles our own. in this piece of social commentary you'll really see how life isn't at all what it looks like. Read More
He is on a mission. What is happening to him? He does not seem to remember where he is. Read More
He is trying to go home. Where is he really going? Where does he want to go? Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 29, 2019

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The Booksie Classic House

Still work shopping this one, but figured I would post my favorite part of what I have done so far, and see what you think :) Read More
The revolution, the Glorious Revolution, is over. The people of Biharim are now free and proud citizen of the People's Republic. But freedom is in danger and enemies are everywhere Read More
They are going to join the revolutionaries. It is a terribly cold winter night... Read More
She is still hoping that he might not go. He, however, feels he has no choice... Read More
Some things brings you to a final understanding. Read More
They want to go up the mountain. Everywhere is freezing cold.Snow has covered the whole world... Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 18, 2019

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The IndoChina House

Vo Thi Sau is a famous martyr in Vietnam. She joined the Viet Minh fighting against the French colonialists at age 13. At 14 she threw a grenade at a group of French soldiers, killing one and injuring 12. At age 16 she tried the same against a local collaborator… Read More
They are now in Egypt for training. What's going to happen to them in the hot desert. Who is trying to kill them? Read More
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
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