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Someone said Change is the Constant. I did not agree to this until I actually realised few things. Let me share the complete picture of it through this - There was a woman in her early 20s who aimed at being a better half who is the best for her… Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 07, 2018

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Shelves: 1

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near a time in my life when I didn't allow myself or know how to feel love. What is love? Sleeping around could be more satisfying than opening yourself up and getting hurt over and over..physical without emotions Read More
a poem about the random ways of fate. Please leave your opinion on this piece. Read More
Love needs expressiveness.... Read More
This is a short poem about my experience in the first and only group therapy session I was coerced into attending by my parents. Read More
I wanted his body . his all full texture . every detail that has to do with him I wanted that . I just needed to make the right move at the right time. Read More
Abuse love what I found true in my own life. Read More
Obsession or desperately looking for love? Maybe both... Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 28, 2013

Reads: 722

Comments: 31

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So the poem is called Rise and Fall,No need for a summary,the title explains it all! =P Read More

Reads: 652

Comments: 25

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My first Haiku, inspired by Ben Hardstaff. This has multiple meanings to be determined by you. Read More

Reads: 297

Comments: 5

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Just a simple poem I wrote last Spring about making the most of today, being content with what you have and where you are. After longing for the goodness of the past, I realized that I loved right where I was. Read More

Short Story / Other

November 05, 2011

Reads: 387

Comments: 4

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Scheckie finds a job at the diner with Ruby and Chef Belsen and a room for himself and Squiggles, abandoned puppy, at Mrs. Cutin's rooming house and in the end knows he's being as good a boy as the lady Miriam at the Home could have wished. Read More
Dying American Opportunity of owning your own business Read More
Rai is a fighter. A high-school-renaissance-fighting-crazy-man who's club protects the school from this unknown enemy. His club trains students to fight at the same time liberates countries. Only the responsible those are willing to sacrifice their life for the future of this school and the entire world and they have… Read More
There once was a man who was young and dreamed of wealth and riches. He journeyed on foot with ease, traveling the path of a map his parents left behind for him. This map was the only route he had ever known. As a boy, he observed attentively and over… Read More
A Story Of A Boy Who Is Put Into An Asylum. The Humour Is Rather Rough. If Anything Offends You, Don't Bother Commenting. Don't Stereotype In Your Comments. This Was Written By A Girl, Well Done Geniuses. Read More
Its a very short story..There's not much of a tale in it..but there's something we usually go through in our life..and the fictional character in this story was lucky enough to get something most of them die without getting..'contentment'... Read More
I spent time living on the beaches in Hawaii when I was young. I did a lot of thinking back then. Here’s the first of a couple of journal entries from those times, times that were, for me, interesting if not always pleasant. Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 12, 2009

Reads: 465

Comments: 1

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defiant amputees claiming no ill-effects Read More
We are endowed by nature and grace with extra ordinary activity; our corporal and spiritual passions are constantly excited. Our body must be supported by food and sleep, and if it is indulged, it desires to be cherished, it requires enjoyments and comforts, and the more its desires are satisfied… Read More
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