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This is a Temporary access story of mine, I will be taking down soon but please give me your opinions on what you think. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

June 11, 2017

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Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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The people that come into our lives are always temporary because in the end we are the only ones that will stand for us. (This poem is an entry for the 'Poem Competition!" by Katilly) Read More
Short poems reflecting the society of today. Sex, longing for love, alcoholism, drugs, anxiety, depression, loneliness, fear, death. Read More
One person's craziness, is another person's reality -Tim Burton Read More

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Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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taken from my book, "Taking Our Sweet Little Time" Read More

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(TW) Renee Maybeel was a relatively innocent 18 year old at Greensbinn Highschool last year during her senior year, but now that her highschool sweetheart, Michael, has left for the army, Renee has had troubles adjusitng to life without him. His absence has made her panic attacks and depression come… Read More

Reads: 107

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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Humans feel pain, but they feel death everyday. Read More
Experiencing human existence, human mortality, on my life's journey. Read More

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Shelves: 1

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taken from my book, "When Drama Traumatizes You" Read More

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taken from my book, "Pardon Me For Explaining" Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 27, 2012

Reads: 58

Shelves: 1

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taken from my book, "Pardon Me For Explaining" Read More

Reads: 64

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taken from my book, "Embarking Upon Madness" Read More

Reads: 221

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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He was perfect in every way. His faults were exactly what I wanted, needed. But he hated women, and I was not going to be just another pet. And there was so little time. It hurt. It still hurts. She was perfect in every way. Her faults were exactly what… Read More

Reads: 53

Shelves: 1

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A simple poem spurred by thought and boredom, as most things are. Ponderings of the world, everything in it, and the human reaction to "Forever". Read More
Many look at "I think therefore I am" with interest but just move on to other work. But to move on without building a foundation in which philosophers can fall back to is a disgrace, and will only lead to trouble as society continues to pile layers and layers of… Read More
A true poem about a best friend who can only be temporary Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 17, 2010

Reads: 101

Shelves: 1

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sometimes love is not the answer for right now... Read More

Book / Fantasy

September 16, 2010

Reads: 116

Shelves: 1

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Alex just wants to find out why she was born and ends up finding out people want her dead or to use her. Her guardian May has always been with her throughout Alex's life protecting her. While their pets grow wings, Alex runs into somebody, but she can't remember who… Read More

Poem / Romance

August 09, 2010

Reads: 124

Shelves: 1

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Poem to someone I love Read More
Sequel to the Sacred Lilly this story has some events that will change the characters lives forever Read More

Reads: 548

Comments: 19

Shelves: 1

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Five girls of different backgrounds come together, working as temporary dates and the likes for guys in need of a partner for the day. What happens when they each run into a difficulty, leaving themselves struggling to just live their lives? Read More

Reads: 152

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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This is a poem based on something I inadvertently overheard while waiting my turn in a barbershop. You never know when life's most poetic moments are going to occur. Read More

Reads: 112

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sometimes life reminds you how fragile it really is... Read More
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