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The harsh realities of life.

The harsh realities of life.

A Chapter by Baila-Eidos


Just a random idea that occured in the shower (all good ideas are formulated there.) It concerns, as the title depicts, prejudices and how we are all..
What I Have Learned From Being Disabled

What I Have Learned From Being Disabled

A Story by Barbara Walker


When my health problems began, I always thought I would get better, good as new and go on with my life, just as I had known it to be.I thought that, s..
Don't judge the book by its cover

Don't judge the book by its cover

A Story by Kimi-chan


This is just something I wrote to help everyone understand me and my disabilities.
My Life So Far: Timmy's Tale

My Life So Far: Timmy's Tale

A Story by Candice O'Beirne


This story is about my bitter, disabled, 20 year old cat. A true story!
If I Was A Mind-Reader

If I Was A Mind-Reader

A Story by Matyushkin


Have you ever wonder what the person in front of you is thinking? You're standing in the same line at Tim Horton's as they are, at the same time of ye..
Postabled Posts Posted Post-haste!

Postabled Posts Posted Post-haste!

A Poem by shiloh jennings


Wish I could find the date of when I wrote this .. hrm .... wonder if I have a hard-copy somewhere with a date on it .. I'll look and update if I do.
A Self-Centered Sort of Disability

A Self-Centered Sort of Disability

A Poem by Jacob Locke


She posts picturesOf climbing Katahdin,Dance offs,Sky Diving,Marathon running,and comments;“LOL my doctor’s would kill meIf they knew I wa..
In Pursuit of Normal

In Pursuit of Normal

A Book by RoryHill


Three strangers meet at college. Each barely got out of high school alive -seriously. But never mind that, now they are going to be normal.
Ballad of the Cane

Ballad of the Cane

A Story by JWidener


A short story I wrote about a disabled veteran's final moments.
Disease Heart

Disease Heart

A Poem by V. P. Trujillo


Scarred mans heart.
Troy and Desanda

Troy and Desanda

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Learning disabled, hopelessly unemployedTroy can't write the address for his next interview.Warehouse stock, 331 Tiffany Street, in the Bronx.His girl..
incapable

incapable

A Poem by writewing


Poem about a boy who struggles through lfe as a cripple
The young and left one

The young and left one

A Story by stories from xx


Based on my experience when visiting an orphanage of disabled children
Alan

Alan

A Story by isabella.ans


A man has to give up his biggest passion, dream, and motivation.
The Dockyard Wife

The Dockyard Wife

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


He sat in the Bell & Lantern withHis pipe and with his beer,The streets were wet on a misty nightWith the pub, the only cheer,He’d only marr..
Sick

Sick

A Poem by Kay


What does chronic illness do to you?
YOU’LL HAVE TO RUN, BERYL.

YOU’LL HAVE TO RUN, BERYL.

A Story by Peter Rogerson


A tale of geriatric lust....
THE DISABLED TODAY

THE DISABLED TODAY

A Story by Wendy Bouchoux


This is an article I wrote about the progress that has been made in improving the lives of people with disabilities.

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