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This is a poem about how people have forgotten about the true gift/meaning of Christmas. Read More

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Comments: 1

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Always remember the little things, they're the most important, and the ones you'll miss most when they are gone. Cherish everything that doesn't matter at the time but will forever mean the world to you. Read More
Every once in a while, I get this overwhelming feeling to find some secluded place to be with myself and think, write, and admire nature. Read More
A short Christmas narrative I wrote for a college class. I'm submitting it to WriterGal12's contest. :) Read More
It's a splendid thing to come from a king Read More

Short Story / Humor

December 05, 2013

Reads: 350

Comments: 1

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This story is about someone or something who has a very good reason for not liking Christmas. Read More
So, our school had this short story contest a few months ago that had to contain a walleye, a text message, and a tree in the mix and be 500 words or less. I ended up getting 2nd place for this piece, so I thought it might be cool to… Read More

Reads: 117

Comments: 1

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A Christmas poem. My entry to anglynns Christmas writing contest. Read More

Short Story / Humor

November 09, 2013

Reads: 343

Comments: 2

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What greater a rivalry is there than that of a bird and cat? In this short story you will find a dark humor twist on a certain cats experience during one fine autumn morning... Read More
Love is like a seed. And I planted ours, it will grow to be a beauty. Read More
A bird and a tree, whom fall in love. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 20, 2013

Reads: 119

Comments: 1

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Time leaving us. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 11, 2013

Reads: 141

Comments: 1

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A different take on the philosophical question about when a tree falls in the forest. Kind of fun with the crime aspect. Read More
Silvery flakes drifted down in the bright light of the harvest moon.... Read More

Tags: tree, elm, blackbirds

Reads: 959

Comments: 1

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There is a little elephant, who grows into gigantic proportions! Read More

Poem / Other

August 28, 2013

Reads: 139

Comments: 2

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inspiration Read More
Out of place, not wanted ignored, what's a teenager to do or think when her own father doesn't even want her around? When she gets forced to being sent to a school with her older twin sister what else could go wrong in her life? Find out in the time… Read More

Short Story / Young Adult

August 10, 2013

Reads: 267

Comments: 2

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Looking back on life through a field. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 16, 2013

Reads: 147

Comments: 1

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A poem about a cherry tree. And some birds. And perception of said tree. And said birds. Read More
My mother told me, the only reason she went insane, is because the aliens got into her head. Read More
Written in 1996. I was thirteen. Read More
For me I need no statement. I am real and my love. It is not impossible for the two of us. Read More
As we danced in the moonlight the shimmering light reflecting are bodies we at exactly twelve o,clock were to take to the sky we are the fairy's but we prefer the title Soul as to remember that its not all sugar plums and flowers out there we are not all… Read More

Tags: tree, power, friends, fairy

Reads: 303

Comments: 2

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Paper Bombardier few fears enrapture more than horizontal Ink splatter rounds at the Bar From a Gold Bullion Gunpowder Pen charged where the Signet ring reads The God Literati.Full Metal Jacket For Good Bad and Ugly,Bumping Ax along the Grain of a tree Stump for days- Quantifying Ways to sharpen… Read More
A boy and his parents make regular rest stops on their way to the boy's grandparents. Over the course of several years, the boy learns about a maple tree, nature, and life. (Age 10+) Read More
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