Satirical stories, books, poems, and more

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Book / Other

August 27, 2018

Reads: 777

Comments: 20

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

A political satire -- or is it? Cover design by Booksie member Fatalexit Read More
It seems that politics is becoming more of a joke these days, and politicians are like contestants competing for our support. A parrady of "Who'll take the ball from Maggie Thatcher" by the Corries. Read More
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. Read More
short little story about a gazelle named Andrew who has an addiction to chewing tobacco and feels like the best use of his time is pondering life Read More
John Kenobi's adventure turns into a nightmare after he finds out that he's betrayed. That betrayal was a master plan for something more. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 14, 2010

A poem about Indiana University and the jaded youth, the alcoholic brain sleep, the "Welcome Week" to start the year. Read More

Poem / Young Adult

February 01, 2010

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… Read More

Reads: 1509

Comments: 47

The Booksie Classic House

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… Read More

Reads: 264

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Satirical spoken word poetry, anti-imperialist and anti-'democratic' Read More
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'. Read More
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. Read More

Book / Humor

November 15, 2008

Reads: 574

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

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… Read More
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