Terrorism stories, books, poems, and more

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State of Vengeance is roaring up the charts on Amazon! Enjoy an exclusive preview of the book on Booksie.com. "Do not leave today on your trip." Four hours before her vacation flight to Spain, young mother Rachel Katz receives an anonymous text warning her not… Read More

Short Story / Thrillers

September 23, 2017

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What goes on in the minds of young minds ready to go boom. Can someone be different. Can someone think different? Is it even possible? Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 21, 2017

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Poor soul caught in hands of saturn..becas of his talent being recognised... Read More

Tags: terrorism, hatred

Terrorists attack the Mall of America. Read More

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I am not sure that this is such a good poem, but I wrote it anyway in the wake of the London Bridge attack, signalling the first of three in such a short space of time. This poem will represent someone elses feelings more than it represents my own, which… Read More

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This poem has been directly influenced by the the series of terrorist attacks that have happened. Recently, Manchester was bombed and Kabul got attacked. Why do we live on such a beautiful planet and yet such an ugly world? Read More

Tags: terrorism, end-it

It's 2017 and still Hate hope it's grip Read More

Tags: love, hope, hate, terrorism

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Tags: terrorism

Poem / Mystery and Crime

April 25, 2017

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Tags: terrorism

Poem / War and Military

April 08, 2017

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I wrote this poem in all of 5 minutes on the night of the Westminster Attack in London. I was as sad as I was angry, and the emotions inspired a poem. In it, I describe the real fate any just God would make the people who organised it endure… Read More

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Poem dedicated to the tragic Westminster attack recently. Thank you, Hullabaloo22 for the inspiration after your poem, 'Look Over Your Shoulder'. My heart goes out the victims and all those impacted. Read More

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A poem written in response to live coverage from London following multiple incidents of suspected terrorism. Read More
Position paper regarding the issue of terrorism in Middle East. Article written down for Scotmun, counter-terrorism committee. Read More

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After a group of scientists accidentally leaked a formula to create powerful storms, a terrorist group, known as Cyclone, obtained possession of this power and brought chaos and destruction across the world. Nova and Lexi, two untypical humans, and the last of their kind, experienced many encounters with Cyclone… Read More

Article / Non-Fiction

December 20, 2016

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The latest terrorist atrocity to take place in Europe at a Christmas Market. My thoughts go out to all the victims and their families, and I'm sure many of you feel the same. Read More
This story is about someone who appears human but is not, she is more than that and takes over. Read More
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