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Welcome to Space Samurai(title not set). Enter Jack. A lone wanderer with a penchant for mining crystals on various planets. His desire for wealth and power have landed him on the planet of Karm, a one sun, two moon planet in the Sa'aron galaxy in the Northern quadrant of our… Read More
[This gift requires no wrapping.] The morning, light awakens the still slumbering darkness of the night before. I see the dark shadows of trees and shrubs stirring in the morning breeze. The cobwebs of interrupted dreams melding into my mind, like melting ice cubes on a hot summer’s day, commingling… Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

December 08, 2021

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Mom's childhood Christmases in the USSR Read More

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A short essay on my thoughts about what makes me write, the elements within me that drive my creative ambition. A brief reflection on my first year on Booksie. Read More

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There is a simplicity to life and to politics. A simplicity that is comprehensible, understandable, logical and clear. It is what has governed and controlled the ideas and ideals that have fueled the premise of our lives, as well as our state and national direction and leadership. It is the… Read More

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Your life is worth quite a lot. Think about it. My poem. Read More

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I wrote this as a reply to someone here on Booksie, and they suggest that I post it as a separate essay. Some of my opinions, in short form, on how the modern world operates and how we're having the wool pulled over our eyes. Read More

Essay / Poetry

December 05, 2021

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Essay / Memoir

December 05, 2021

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The season of sharing and caring is upon us. It is a time of inspiration, reflection, deliberation and contemplation. It is a time to see the world around us as it was meant to be -- a rainbow of life of every type and every form. Read More

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This is a test post. Read More

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Cover art: photograph taken in King's Canyon by myself ... Just a reupload with some quotes cheaply tacked on! ... Read More

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Cover art: crayon/charcoal on paper, myself. ... I liked this so I reuploaded it x ... Read More

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Cover art: aryclic and crayon on paper, myself. Disclaimer: please not I am not in any way attempting to incite crime in any way whatsoever, and I literally just copy-pasted and sourced a Wikipedia page here, and wrote a haiku and quoted Edward Snowden! Is any of that a crime?… Read More

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It's an essay on Culture. Read More

Essay / Memoir

December 02, 2021

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Douglas fir has become a useful tree and these are experiencies I had with the species. Read More

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This time of year brings back many memories, especially of my first Christmas away from home -- in a place far away, untouched by the sentiment or the innocence of Christmas. This is a stream of consciousness that is writing itself, while I let my thoughts just wander and remember. Read More

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Cover art taken from this link: https://www.quora.com/In-George-Orwell-s-1984-what-does-the-quote-Power-is-not-a-means-it-is-an-end-mean?share=1 Read More

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It is December, and the countdown to Christmas begins. Today I was thinking about Christmas, and about the many Christmases I have enjoyed and celebrated, and about those Christmases when I was alone, and felt the isolation and separation from those once near and dear to me. Read More

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When does a lie become an obsession? When does a fixation on machinations replace veracity and reality? Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

November 30, 2021

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Cover art: charcoal on paper, me. JUST quotes taken from the video “Is the Mainstream Media a Threat to Freedom and Sanity?” by Academy of Ideas on YouTube (https://youtu.be/5okSlrbgELA), which I strongly encourage you to watch rather than read these out-of-context quotes, or read the books themselves, if you care… Read More
Memories of my youth along the Rio Grande, keep alive the magic that was Christmas, once upon a time. Read More

Essay / Young Adult

November 29, 2021

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An expository essay written by Maandeep Kaur Sidhu Read More

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I've also posted my friends' essay here so this one is a descriptive essay made by Aina Nabila Read More

Essay / Young Adult

November 29, 2021

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This is an essay I wrote for my assignment and I wanted to post it here:). Read More

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Was this music really about A rabian Nights or was it about RK's shared experiences with Borodin when they were both young men serving in the Imperial Russian armed forces? Read More

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Thoughts about the feeling of nostalgia in regards to Nature's regrowth and reclamation of space. Read More
Thanksgiving, like most other holidays that Americans celebrate, has simply just become another day off from work, or for many, the day before Christmas shopping begins, and nothing more. Read More

Essay / Poetry

November 24, 2021

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No harm done. My poem. Read More

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Just my two cents worth…again Read More

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Old Schools do not bring in new schools of thought merely point the way Read More

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Food geneticists are changing your DNA . . . Read More
just read it in the moment Read More

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A brief History of Chinese Industrial history and innovation. Read More

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girl loves someone truly, never wants to leave him. would this indian girl be acceppted? Read More
Yet another movie! And this one explain why my life entirely sucked! And how, I hope, I repaired some of the horror with the help of a Dynamic Warrior Angel. Read More

Essay / Humor

November 20, 2021

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The following was composed originally in letter format, and at times may read like so. It has been altered slightly for the purposes of this essay, and to fit the reason for its publishing. Every now and then, while perusing articles and other works in defense of Christianity, I come… Read More

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Political satire used to be an art form. It is a unique form of expression used by writers. It is often quite biting, and not always to everyone’s taste. Satirists address controversial political and social issues, writing in prose, and often time with a dash of humor, what normally could… Read More