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Poem / Humor

February 25, 2013

Reads: 226

Comments: 2

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A fun ride Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 18, 2013

Reads: 269

Comments: 1

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A BOY AND TRAINS AND BAD COWBOYS IN LONDON IN 1950S Read More

Reads: 457

Comments: 1

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When traveling by planes, trains and taxis a sense of humor, a cross and a bottle of whiskey is required. Read More
Two young brothers playing on a railroad track as a train bears down on them. The tragedy that strikes is only the beginning of their journey into darkness. Read More
This is another story-section form my multi-strand project. Please bear in mind when you read it that this is a second draft and it's not complete. Also, the character names may change. I'd be really interested in any comments people may have. Read More
A BOY AND GIRL IN LONDON IN 1950S AT WATERLOO STATION Read More

Tags: life, girl, boy, trains

A man entertains thoughts of his own suicide. (approx. 1600 words) Read More

Poem / Humor

February 11, 2012

Reads: 363

Comments: 4

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Just random. my first every attempt at poetry. took 5 minutes. Read More
Heartgrove is a steampunk town of a passed era. The Victorian mansions and slums choke the atmosphere, but Amelia Williams knows that there is no escape. The city beacons her, it calls to her. Amelia becomes enthralled by the mysterious underground of this place and its connection to her childhood… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 03, 2011

Reads: 646

Comments: 11

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This poem germinated on the Euston to Liverpool train. Although rhyming reasonably well, the inconsistent length and flow of each verse hopefully suggests the unpredictability and disorganisation of London while maintaining the rhythm of the moving train. Read More
I've noticed how females are treated and how they behave a lot of the time in public transportation. This piece is not meant to intentionally offend anyone, since I am a female teenager in NYC who rides the subway =] Read More
Marcie is moving, but that means she has to re-invent herself. Read More
Part of a group of poems I have written recently to be compiled into a book along with some poems of a friend of mine. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 06, 2010

Reads: 409

Comments: 4

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This passage is about Subways, trains stations, and what lays behind, and inside, it is not only metal and steel, there are souls...waiting for the ultimate destiny !! Yet Again inspired words words Joshua Boyd's writings... Seek him out on Booksie and read...you will be ( cerebrally ) fulfilled :) Read More

Book / Romance

June 21, 2010

Reads: 7438

Comments: 7

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In the rugged Appalachian mountains in Southern West Virginia an ancient river twist and cuts its way thru the landscape. In the Early 1900's numerous "Coal" Towns pop up along its waters. The small town of Thurmond is born and the infamous hotel the "Dun Glenn" earns the reputation as… Read More
Young Rowan doesn't want to be sent away all because of the stupid war. But the professor is mysterious and tricky just like Rowan and sends Rowan on a brilliant adventure with her friends, Billy, Norman and Lucy. Will they survive? Read More
Harry decides to meet Miss Sterrons after potions class but where will this get them. Read More

Reads: 320

Comments: 1

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Harvey is taking a train to London to see his dad after his parents have split up. After falling asleep on the train, he awakes to find that something going right with the journey. Slowly as the events unfold, Harvey realises the grisly truth of what is about to happen. Read More

Poem / Other

February 17, 2010

I wrote this poem on the way home from my sister-in-laws mother's house, I had a rough day, and was feeling a little depressed, which is unsual for me. When I heard a train, and this poem just came to my mind. Read More
I just enjoy the nostalgia of steam. As do Gary and Susan. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 29, 2009

Reads: 266

Comments: 2

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Roads not taken. Have you ever wanted to say something to someone, and didn't? Read More

Tags: love, poem, trains, berlin

I was really bored in class so I created a parody of the song by Kelis "Milkshake". I didn't spend much time on it but I hope ya all like it. Read More
ANDREA MEETS HOWARD, the TRUCK DRIVER from TOWNSVILLE, Queensland, Australia. Howard a truck driver commissions her services as one superb lady of the night but then asks her to contact him as he wishes to confide something in her. This after her refusal to join him in his over-cab for… Read More

Book / Humor

February 02, 2009

Reads: 917

Comments: 1

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Jamie is a considerably normal teenager... to a certain extent. From sneaking out to other dangerous stunts, she thinks she can do whatever her little heart desires and her life will always be peachy, which isnt exactly the case... Read More

Tags: teenage, trains, jamie

A young girl, trapped in a futuristic society, commits suicide. Read More

Reads: 576

Comments: 1

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While traveling along through lifes dreary droll, From light to light, the traffic did crawl. Read More

Reads: 297

Comments: 4

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Upon my trip I saw Read More

Tags: cars, trains, horse, plames

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