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At the moment Canada is suffering once again a case against an informed citizen who has taken liberty to warn Canadians on his website radicalpress.com of the dangers coming from a self-proclaimed elitist group in their efforts to rob us, the people, of our last remaining bastions of ...
Poetry can help.. Stay and read and watch these words change your insight on life.
At seventeen years of age Joseph is clearly his father's favorite son, which does not endear him to his brothers. Being a Tattletale and a dreamer causes the cauldron to boil over.
Although Harrison and Mary have vowed on their word of honor, however dishonorable their word is, that they would never, ever, ever, ever, ever come to any family event again where Marzeus is present, because they don't like Marzeus for being who he is, somehow Father did manage to ge...
The name of the poem says it all. As I grew up I had someone back stab me one way or another. Now that I am older I have a guard up and pick who will be my friend. People have to earn my friendship.
Always remember to think before you speak.Words can hurt.
Some people have practised evil and division-sowing into an art form. That would be Mary and Harrison.
About fifteen years ago, I met yet another chick to talk to online. Those were the days the internet was still new and exciting, and ordinary, decent folks were to be found in certain chat rooms, whereas today you only get perverts and predators wanting things not for general convers...
It's about a girl who is confused with her dream. This poem just came to me. Something triggered it in my brain and I don't remember what it was. I hope you like it. Please comment on what you liked and didn't like
A poem about living in the past, full of hate and misery, suffering, family.
Vengeance never pays. Simply put, it is just a BAD BUSINESS.
Sometimes homophobia can reach extreme levels, as is evidenced by an initiative proposed by a Southern California lawyer that calls for executing all the gays in the state.
Danny had loved Mia since they were very young children. Thoughts of her dominated his whole life, and he could think of little else. So how could he win her love? Read on to find out more.
A beautiful auburn haired girl is charged with the job of taking care of her two little brothers. The German's are traveling on the same road the children and their sisters is on. A bush is on the road which gives the necessary cover for the young girl and her brothers. A private i...
This is not your average boy meets girl and they fall in love, tips on being a sucker.
The beginning of the end, Oh, how it seems like a turning of the tides. As the cataclysmic skies collapse in sorrow, I realize the one thing I was missing from my life.
Just you and I We're playing a game of tug-of-war Back and forth we go The rope becomes something more than just a rope
I honestly don't know where this came from. I don't know where this is set, or who they are. All I know is: the father is the king, and the boy is the prince. The little girl is a villager. Maybe. And, it is general fiction because it isn't quite horror, but it's almost there, I thi...
I really enjoyed writing this short story. I never had an imaginary friend as a child but my little sister did and with her help I hope I created a magical atmosphere filled with love and hope.
I don’t know really this just all popped up in my head on like what I feel like my heart could be telling me and how my brain responses LOL
What happened this past week in America is nothing out of the ordinary. The stories below are hardly unique. Similar stories unfold constantly in the land of the free and the home of the brave.
May one day this not be mere fiction; until then, peace.
Until the day when this is realistic fiction -- though perhaps without the arson -- Peace.
In Part One of Reverend Joan, the Catholic Church has seen fit to ordain women, but not everyone is happy with the change. One who is has returned to church to welcome the new priest with open arms and whatever other comfort she can offer. May one day this not be mere fiction; until t...
One day, I might hope this won't be "general fiction," but something fallen away Catholic women and men can celebrate as they move out of the dark ages of Catholic history. Unlike the voice in the story, though she shares a lot of my history, I never made nor intended to make a promis...
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