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Book / Young Adult

January 25, 2019

After years of disagreements between states in the United States, the government creates a new Union. The Union becomes technologically advanced and is able to transform people with a pill that would give them a power depending whether they pass The Trials or not. Kids participate in The Trials… Read More

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Takes place in 1888 London, written in a form of diary entries. While Jack the Ripper terrorizes White Chapel , a series of strange events and omens interrupt the daily lives of several people. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 18, 2017

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Tags: signs, symbols, meta

I wrote this, in 2017. It's part of my 8th poem set, Chosen Fate. Read More
Basically this short story talks about my personal experience in life abroad and even after returning home how there was twisted manipulation by an organization who know more about our private life and how can they manipulate your thoughts through any kind of phaychologicql torture. To see wether you are… Read More
The woman picks up her long and lost love from the airport and after 16 years they are reunited. They spend 9 days together and that leads to bridges and walls. Read More
My final thoughts concerning the Confederate Flag, the use of symbolism as a powerful tool to convey ideas. A distinction between slavery and racism. Whether we should idolize the Confederate Flag as cultures have idolized objects before, and the dangers of doing so. Our belief system and a conclusion… Read More
A brief discussion and analysis of the Confederate flag, its symbolism and if it's appropriate to display today as a symbol of American pride as so many do without any knowledge behind its creation and what it represented, then and ultimately now. Read More
A long time ago to the west of a small island in a poor fishing village lived a fisherman. He was tall and handsome but the lines in his face showed that he lived a hard life. The poor fisherman was kind and everyone loved him yet he was unhappy.… Read More
For Erica. I Love You. Read More

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Two men from different generations, both initiated into a powerful organisation that throughout history has sought control and uses their power for destruction. They leave behind a wake of murder, manipulation and ancient secrets. The first man stalks women of the night in the Whitechapel district of London, England in… Read More
This is one of the timed write essays I wrote in my English class this year. The direction was to pick a symbol in a novel or play, and describe how it works in the whole meaning of the story and how it is like the characters. I picked TO… Read More

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A poem without words that captures the feeling of speechlessness.No matter what your opinion of it is, it's sure to leave you speechless :D P.S. Ignore the (That's the Title) part of the title. The poem's title when I wrote it was "Speechless" but someone already took that title, and… Read More
A short account of a dream I had. Events are exaggerated and parts completely false, but that doesn't matter with respect to the point. Read More
A letter to the love that was let go... from one who believes that love is about desiring and helping another be the happiest, the best, they can be... Read More
Text on the symbolism of Edward Scissorhands Read More
This poem is symbolic, the mirror, is actually the girl imagining herself; her soul. It represents girls who look in the mirror and see nothing, but someone who is broken. When people see them, they think shes beautiful, but she is hurt, lost, broken, inside, and puts up a front.… Read More
A flock of love birds flying by are quite a sight to behold Read More

Tags: love, air, birds, dart, fly, symbols

*HORROR* It takes two days in school for him to reveal a terrible secret. Not the best story I´ve written, but still something I wanted to write. Song at the beginning: Amaranthine-Amaranthe Credit for the image: Santiago Múnera Read More
And, of course, supernatural elements just make a story more interesting - John Foster Read More

Book / Fantasy

June 17, 2012

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Inspired by "The Legend of Zelda," “Fable,” and “The Elder Scrolls,” this epic about a young man, the last of the Dragon Fighters, must discover his destiny and save his kingdom from total annihilation by a force of darkness. Read More
A very deep story about the Traveler. Try to catch all the symbolism! Read More
Naga Lingam flower is sacred to Hindus since it represents Lord Shiva and Naga but standing under the flower tree could be hazardous to body from falling cannon ball size fruits of the tree. Read More

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When nightmares come and dreams disappear. Read More
A poem of the symbols associated with September 11, 2001, and their impact on America. Read More
Silence is the night until the day is forlorn. Read More
Feel free to leave questions or suggestions for things I should add. Someone requested prepositions and here they are. I did a quick google-search, and found a much-too-good site, to leave it behind. Prepositions have little "rules" to them, and little logic, but simply needs to be crammed. After reading… Read More
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