Tags : Georgia

georgia girl

georgia girl

A Poem by Daniel Atkinson


born and raised.
Georgia Dreams

Georgia Dreams

A Poem by P.S.


A beautiful day in sunny Georgia.... yes?
Westfield Series #1- Silence Shattered

Westfield Series #1- Silence Shattered

A Book by KillxThexCowboy


Enter Molly Anderson, a sophomore at Westfield High. After a tragic accident forces her to move in with her Grandma in Georgia, Molly must learn how t..
10th and Piedmont

10th and Piedmont

A Poem by TTBoy28


So much color Like the streets of San Francisco Parties can only be duller If they sprayed on Crisco Jakes play at Blakes And d..
A Smidgen of Sky

A Smidgen of Sky

A Book by Dianna Winget


Ten year old Piper Lee DeLuna tries to stop her mother from getting remarried in this heart warming story about new families and new beginnings.
A Smidgen of Sky

A Smidgen of Sky

A Chapter by Dianna Winget


Ten year old Piper Lee DeLuna tries to stop her mother from remarrying in this heartwarming middle grade about new families and new beginnings.
The Turpentine Age

The Turpentine Age

A Story by C.N. Romano


When George McCranie was 13 years old, during the Great Depression, he and his brothers assumed a life-changing responsibility.
Of Tearstained Eyes and Tired Bodies

Of Tearstained Eyes and Tired Bodies

A Book by bookworm0812


Evangeline, a young maid,and her love,Luke,are trying to survive.The only problem?Evangeline is indebted to a household,pregnant with the newest child..
These Dirty Sneakers

These Dirty Sneakers

A Poem by Chris Lotus


I never was and never cared about being cool Never thought grass stains and mud make you a fool Had people laughing once I walked in the school door T..
Savannah Kept

Savannah Kept

A Story by Marissa M.


This is a retelling of a ghost story from Savannah, Georgia.
Winter Eyes

Winter Eyes

A Poem by Eric Pudalov


Inspired by a recent snowstorm in Atlanta.
Chapter 1 - Mourning

Chapter 1 - Mourning

A Chapter by JasminWesley


April 5th 10 years 2 months and 3 days after. Max. He remembered the moment he'd received the news. Fresh still, unlike the wil..

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