Tags : People

Unheard Questions of a Sixteen Year-Old Boy

Unheard Questions of a Sixteen Year-Old Boy

A Poem by L.M. Weeks


Who?What?Why?I am doomed to ask these questions, the questions in my mind.The questions never to be answered, no words to leave behind.Who?What?Why?Wh..
Amazement within

Amazement within

A Story by Kathy Van Kurin


An essay on the meaning and reality of the Living God. The bible which is a book that many in the world have turned too and still are in this day. Jes..
Small.

Small.

A Poem by Shae Elena-Louise


A thought kept and a letter sent.
Satellites

Satellites

A Poem by Hairythoughts


Since the beginning of time and more so than ever today we define ourselves by the reactions of others to our identity. Many of us are dependent on pr..
Treat People Wisely

Treat People Wisely

A Chapter by Sameer Jindal


Its all about respecting.
where's the trust

where's the trust

A Poem by davidramos12344


i'm looking for someone to trust and maybe love too
Clockwork - 9/6/2017

Clockwork - 9/6/2017

A Poem by Stormy Wright


People rule the land. planting, building, destruction.We are always moving, every constructed street corner, to every embedded greenery.the streets of..
The Tide

The Tide

A Poem by Sean J.D


The TideI look out and see peoplePeople that like to be peopleThe people that walk down the streetRazor blades under their feetSlabs of concrete thrus..
Perhaps

Perhaps

A Poem by Adam Light


Most of my poems are amateurish and cliche, and I'm tired of using the same style over and over again. This one was already done, though, so I'll pub..
The Un-Forgettable Reason

The Un-Forgettable Reason

A Story by hailey_forever101


With a divorce on its way , my parents have un-forgettable reasons behind it.
Cold Weather

Cold Weather

A Poem by Daydreaming


I made her smile like Summer,So she could feel the Fall, When I left her in Winter.- I wonder if your smile is still that warm.
Humanity

Humanity

A Story by Denny


A short story about a world given no hope.
The Forgettables

The Forgettables

A Story by Sage Ember


Just a story (kinda AUish) about people and our social hierarchies
I can clean. I can drive.

I can clean. I can drive.

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Plenty of sleep, no more tv, the wars in the Middle Eastare resource wars, disguised as religious debates.So Dad would say.A beautiful winter day, hun..

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