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Truths of life… The most beautiful day: Today The easiest thing: Equivocate The biggest obstacle: Fear The gravest error: give up, to despair The root of all evils: Egoism The most beautiful occupation: Work The worst route to follow: Faintheartedness The best teachers: Children The first necessity: TO communicate The… Read More
In the future, the govt doesn't have enough soldiers for the army so they conduct an experiment using kids as soldiers. The experiment worked. Kat's dad was part of the experiment and her bigger brother joins the army as well. So when her brother dies in war, she gets drafted… Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 16, 2011

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Trying to get several friends to make up and forget the past Read More
Kayla has a secret, but she's too reserved to tell anyone. She daydreams about becoming independent and standing up to her husband, who is having an affair. Read More

Book / Gay and Lesbian

October 08, 2010

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Comments: 16

The Booksie Classic House

What were to happen if a bullied teen was pushed too far? 17 year old Nathan Wright is the answer to that question. Being once popular in his middle school, his so called friends all dropped him by the time they reached high school. He now is physically and emotionally… Read More

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Comments: 116

The Booksie Classic House

“Hi, I’m Taylor, I’m 23 Years Old And I’ve Seen Countless People Die” The Institute Is A Medical Hell. Set In 2010, Recent Times, Humans Are Experimented On To Search For New Medical Break-Through. The Institute Was Abandoned By The Government In 2008 And Since Then Has Been Run By… Read More

Poem / Song Lyrics

December 19, 2009

Reads: 904

Comments: 8

The Booksie Classic House

Put it as PG just because of one itsy bitsy offensive word. Nothing major... So my best friend has been bugging me. She's so critical of everything I do. She knows how I am, I'm the funny girl you know? Everyone has one in their group, the one who rolls… Read More
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