by Color_Your_Life177 words, poem
A thought provoking poem. We all experience change. Nothing remains the same after 11:59. The Author is an experienced writer who has several writings on various subjects of interest to a wide age group of readers..
I f your clock doesn’t stop ticking You are bound to be changing For even when your clock stops Change even in death you must
by stirlingr7744 words, poem
My Lord is My Master. In Jesus Christ I am free to live my life through His Word..
by katevance1,673 words, short story
Racism in NYC school system. Trials and tribulations of being "bussed" to an all white school as told from the eyes of an 11 year-old black girl. The author, a woman raised in New York City, remembers her shock and revulsion upon learning that she was never taught.
Slowly the urine began to run down her legs and she sat there dreading the horror that was about to pounce on her. She knew that she should have raised her hand and asked to be excused, but she couldn't. She just sat there, frozen in her chair, fearing the worst. Fearing the humiliation of bringing attention to herself. Was it shyness? No. It was sheer terror at the prospect of being called upon to give an answer to questions she didn't understand. Terror at the thought of asking to be excused..
by Annicita624 words, poem
Modern Day Fairy Tale. The story of Princess Diana ala Anne Sexton. This has been a project of over 10 years with many rewrites.
A candidate must not be soiled Virginal as the fresh fallen snow. So that with his first thrust all will know that the issue is his, not another's. Her beauty shall be as the airbrushed ads That taunt us into buying their products to achieve what is beyond our grasp. To deny herself and her needs will bring happiness ever after. Once upon a time There was a prince.
by Ciel2,140 words, article
journal entries w/ photos. Several days of close observation during a time of activity of Mt St Helens, a few miles from home.. When a volcano is going off in my back yard, I can't just sit in the house watching it on TV..
I didn’t intend to sit here all night, but wanted to wait until it was quiet. Really quiet. Just in case there was something to hear. For a couple of hours, there was the constant ebb and flow of car traffic, about one vehicle coming into the area for every 5 or 6 going out, then one for every 3 or 4, and finally, hardly any traffic either way. From here, headlights show them coming either way for miles, and the hillsides contain and reflect the sounds. It was not until just after 8PM that I...
by Ciel2,207 words, short story
short short, magical realism. a photographer's dream: getting the million-dollar image!. But at the end of the world, what is it worth? This short short story emerged from a dream I actually had.
When the moon came over the horizon, she came steadily, graciously, like a duchess gliding along a grand staircase. It was hardly an unexpected moment, it had been in the Farmer’s Almanac, this moonrise, since the asteroid that just missed Earth glanced off her and she began her slow elegant spiral inwards, the Duchess descending the stair...
by star4sky5626 words, article
about life. You can make it a paradise. a view to my thoughts.
Money - Dec 28, 2007
by star4sky5888 words, article
money. it's all about money.
by jaz11811,078 words, article
Online law schools. Description of different websites regarding online law schools, and information about getting an online law degree. Based on my own research into getting an online law degree.
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