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A free ranger farm kid begin to learn the farmer's way very early in life. A four year old could steer farm tractors while the parent loaded bales of hay on the hay-rack without stopping. The tractors of that far past time did not have enclosed cabs, nor lights or… Read More
You never should've caught up with your ex-lover. She has a new man, and he's possessive, to say the least... Read More
‘Should I pop a boob to get me a shot?’ She slammed her glass again and yelled at the bartender who had passed by us thrice without acknowledging her menopaused glass. Read More
The beginning of a short story I haven't finished writing. I cannot seem to find where else to take it, but I think I've got a good start and I would love to know what y'all think of it. Read More
A short story questioning the idea of remorse, existing, and other melodramatics. Read More

Essay / Humor

November 29, 2014

Reads: 275

Shelves: 1

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Oh LORD on high. Forgive us as we are but a simple people and need some advice. Read More
Part one of a slightly autobiographical story, very much inspired by the great writers of the Beat Generation and my own insane life. Read More

Reads: 63

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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about leaving behind the one Read More

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Comments: 1

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This is a story about family. Read More

Reads: 178

Shelves: 1

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One story each for the members of this family. All are only about a page in length. A recurring theme is nostalgia, as well as music. Read More

Reads: 184

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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A group of friends goes to see two plays, one is Oscar Wilde's Salomé and the second is one they've come up with themselves, entitled Shared Summer Romance Read More
A visit brings back unwanted memories. Read More

Reads: 196

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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This is just something I wrote instead of studying one day. Read More

Book / Other

November 29, 2013

Reads: 810

Comments: 34

Shelves: 1

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Nope. This ain't a novel; it's more of some sort of an ezine, or an anthology, by me and my school friends. Beware, loads of entertainment lies ahead! Copyright © All rights reserved. Read More

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Some fact, some fiction. This is a semi-true story about my time, Spence, in Iraq. It's a story of suffering, surrender, and revenge. I hope you enjoy. Let me know what you think, good and bad, I welcome all feedback. My dream would be to turn this into a graphic… Read More
This is a short story dedicated to the senior citizens suffering from post retirement blues. A space that the younger lot can only talk about and not relate to for obvious reasons, but an effort can always be made to understand their state of mind. This is just an effort… Read More
A young boy works for a butcher one summer in Boston. This is one chore, in one day in his youth. Read More
This is a short piece using an unreliable narrator. A man becomes infatuated with a woman who lives in his building. He is suspicious of his landlords intentions with her. Read More

Reads: 129

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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Story about a little girl's life who lost her parents and goes through many problems in everyday life,what her destiny finally leads to. Read More

Reads: 152

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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Sixty Percent explores the after-effects of a destructive relationship. Hannah must decide whether she will risk meeting with her unfaithful ex-partner, David, and is unprepared for the impact this encounter may have. Read More

Reads: 324

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

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A Parisian ballerina is well-known for her status as a symbol of elegance, poise, perfection and beauty. This leads to the attention of a deadly stalker, one who will not stop in whatever way possible to get his hands on her. She has to think and act fast, before the… Read More

Reads: 318

Comments: 10

Shelves: 1

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It has been raining for quite some time in Gaza City and a lady is struggling her best to buy some groceries to prepare dinner for her family. She sensed that the rain is worsening every day and she has to take minor precautions with her umbrella and her indomitable… Read More

Reads: 1344

Comments: 5

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Body language and subtle clues follow a chance meeting at a grocery story. Read More

Reads: 234

Comments: 1

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Lilacs, the scent, the image, the memory. A teenage girl must make a decision before her fiance goes back to the French front during World War I, and it will be a decision that will mark the rest of time. Read More
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