Tags : 1960%27s

will they know me?

will they know me?

A Poem by manchilld99


you can go home ... even being a stranger there
Christmas Eve at Grandma's

Christmas Eve at Grandma's

A Chapter by Wendy Seames Garner


My Christmases spent at grandma's house, during the 1950's and 1960's.
It Happened One Night at the Drive-In

It Happened One Night at the Drive-In

A Chapter by Wendy Seames Garner


A date at the drive-in 1960's style.
Unthinkable Exception

Unthinkable Exception

A Story by Ayanna


Every day, I go back to the dinner. Sitting, waiting, wishing, praying. Knowing you'll come back to me. You have to... You are after all, my unthinkab..
Counterculture of the 1960's poem

Counterculture of the 1960's poem

A Poem by Aoharu_Kale


A poem I wrote for my English class a year ago. It's about the counterculture of the 1960's. Copyrighted to me, Aoharu.
Untitled Love Story

Untitled Love Story

A Story by Gypsy Leigh


1964, summer before senior year. All Elle Hansen wanted was a love like in a flick, but with her daddy's restraints and her new job at the resort, her..
The Norm

The Norm

A Poem by Harper Tate


A woman’s place is in the kitchen, That’s the 1960’s way. I am just a life size doll. Por..
Love Lost

Love Lost

A Poem by Harper Tate


Inspired by Sylvia Plath's Still Born
One Plus One Is Two

One Plus One Is Two

A Stage Play by Sharisse


In 1968, a Massachusetts woman with a learning disability organizes a grassroots movement to increase handicapped children's access to public school.
To the aging hippie

To the aging hippie

A Poem by Isiah Holmes


To the aging hippieTo the aged freedom fighter that sits before meTo the older free spirit, the elderly kindred spirit I can sense wisdom seeping from..
November Bonfire

November Bonfire

A Chapter by Wendy Seames Garner


We watched the fire blaze up, our faces growing hot, making us back up a bit. The burning pile crackling and popping, while the chestnuts started givi..

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