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richard parker, a 32 year old man who still lives with his mother is bored, and thus decided to create his own universe. it just so happens that the one he currently lives in has strict coffee regulations.
*This is meant to be satirical; a project for English Class, where we write about a Utopian or Dystopian future; enjoy...* *Note: I did copy and paste the beginning of At Dawn to this, albeit with a few choice edits...*
This isn't your average "boy meets girl" love story; this is cutting edge erotica! NOTE: This is the companion piece to Bummin' a Smoke Off of Orson. It contains several titles to Wood's work and lots of references to his personal life. Wood and Welles were both actors, writers, producers…
A teenage perspective on mothers. Written in a similar method to what Shakespeare used for Friar Lawrence's monologue on plants from Romeo and Juliet. This was just a fun concept to use when I used part of the Shakespearean sonnet method: 10 Syllables in each line, usually 14 lines (But…
Our narrator is an emotionally wrecked, and a constant scenario writer of situations, and a bit of a philosopher. She meets an old man at Chicago Union Station, who makes her take a good look at humanity and think about mortality and immortality. There isn't a great plot, and an…
My confusing poem based off 'I am the Walrus'. I was interested by the way he [John Lennon] made this based off a Lewis Caroll poem called, 'The Walrus and the Carpenter' from 'Through the Looking Glass'.
TV Review about the BBC's greatest ever programme and its recent and astonishing research into Nike footwear - Nevermind the Sweatshops - its the Piss in the Boots of which we all need to be aware.
Silly idea but if you like Monty Python and crazy british eccentricity you should get a pretty good idea of the look of the characters, sound of their voices etc. Some distasteful images but I don't think it crosses the line. For US readers it may be worth tapping in…