Rye stories, books, poems, and more

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Essay / Other

November 25, 2014

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The Booksie Classic House

A short story of one summer day in my misspent youth Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

What I wanted to portray when I wrote this short story, was what I felt when I saw Tarantino movies like Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction. Packed with suspense, this story is about four friends, who's relation is strained, it takes place in a fictional city where crime is an… Read More

Essay / Travel

September 23, 2012

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The ball drop is a big event. for boys it means being a man. But for new york, and this story in general, it means forgetting our failures and look for a better tomorrow. But is this all that desirable? on er first trip to new york our protagonist will… Read More

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There is this old poem called "The Lady Of Shalott" and I really liked it, so I have made up two extra verses to carry on the story of the poem. They have the same rhythm as the poem and are basically an extension to the poem. Read More

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Short poem inspired by Holden Caulfield... If he could, I wish he would read my poem to help himself escape the pains of the past and move on the bright future. Read More

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A little fan fiction. I found this on my myspace page...apparently I wrote it almost 2 years ago...wow Read More

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"The Killing of John Lennon" inspired me to write this poem. An imaginary letter to Mark David Chapman. Chapman's favorite book "The Catcher In The Rye" fueled him to kill Lennon. John Lennon RIP. Read More

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So my English assignment was to write an alternate ending to The Catcher in the Rye , one of my fave books of ALL time (despite it being flogged to death in my horrid English class), and I ended up getting really into it, surpassing the minimum of 3 pages… Read More

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Here is a play on words-4 or less letters to be sure. Try to make sense of it. It`s left to you. I`ll make whatever sense I want. You`re free. I`m free. Happy American Thanksgiving! Freedom is is the verse. Freedom is the openess of expression. So it is here! Read More
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