Vegetables stories, books, poems, and more

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Eating an apple is good for you, right? Read More
I was helping a friend do some shopping at the market in Amman, Jordan. As I was waiting for him, it suddenly dawned on me what a marvelous place I was in. Read More

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Some dinners don't quite live up to expectations. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 07, 2014

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taken from my book, "As The Marker Snaps" Read More

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something must be done about the tomato problem. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 04, 2013

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Commentary on the increasing militarisation of Western political solutions to addressing countries ravaged by despots? Or just a playful send-up of Gershwin's "Let's call the whole thing off"? Throwaway, I know. But poetry doesn't have to always be serious. Read More

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I wrote this with my friends Jack and Rob, and we won the "Humor award" at our Highschool for it! If you don't like cheesy puns then don't bother, but you'll be missing out! Read More

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Rachel visits a farmers market to try and win a competition against her brother, but she finds more than just vegetables await her. I wrote this story based on the premise that it had to include a farmers market, odd vegetables and an alien. Not the easiest subjects to fit… Read More

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The winter in Bangladesh was generally considered as pleasant.Usually lifestyle change in this season and many activities like,visiting countryside with family and friends, picnic,travels,sightseeing,festivals,fairs,ceremonies take place in this season. But,this winter that has started in December,2012 and rolled to January,2013 is different.Several cold waves have crippled the life of common… Read More

Essay / Memoir

December 12, 2012

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An open mind can lead anywhere. A closed mind is a hurdle. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 09, 2012

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Man's True best friend Read More

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About a farmer and his demanding wife and how he managed to get what his wife wants to show that he loves his wife. Read More

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Gooseberry pickles is very popular in South India. To protect the berries from theives, the farmers hire a special group of women Gooseberry warriors. Read More
i bet vegetables are sad because they taste nasty. Read More

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Once upon a time mostly English or British descendents on the island settled in a town just over 2000 feet above the Caribbean Sea for the cool breeze and to get away from the tropical hot humid weather of the coastal areas. Thus the town acquired the name English town.… Read More

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A short, silly poem about how opposites attract and love can be unpredictable Read More

Short Story / Humor

February 22, 2009

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At least one child ate his vegetables, even if it was the wrong kind. Read More
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