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/5.0 - published Jul 21, 2008 - 1 comment (preview)
So, it would be wine. Nectar of the Gods...even Jesus drank wine, (and was quite famous for it I might add.) I went for quantity and potency: 3 litres Gallo 13% Burgandy I hooked the little glass handle around my forefinger and was off.
/5.0 - published Jul 25, 2008 - 2 comments (preview)
I walked into the Okee bar, a regular unpainted wooden structure complete with front sittin’ porch and rusty swinging screen door, and placed my Bud bottle order.
/5.0 - published Jul 17, 2013 - no comments (preview)
I just wrote
/5.0 - published Jan 22, 2012 - no comments (preview)
I never knew simple words can change a persons life until now. I had the most perfect life you know a life where everything is about fun and being free, a life without rules. until my parents sat down with me and told me the truth.
/5.0 - published Jul 20, 2009 - 1 comment (preview)
Hey every one. My names Toru and this is a poem I wroght about my older brother Dakota.
And yes this poem is true. And I'm proud of him for trying to live his dreams of being in the UFC.
/5.0 - published Nov 23, 2010 - 1 comment (preview)
This is just a chapter in it's own, a short story, per se. Written for creative writing class, on a rather faceless topic. "Why I Won't Get Out Of Bed." I thought I'd spice it up a slight bit, ad a little bit of Angel to it. Enjoy! (:
/5.0 - published Dec 17, 2012 - no comments (preview)
Children are often conditioned to believe that what they have been told is right. And their imagination often gets snubbed. But why can't things be different? A little boy dares to question and comes up with interesting answers.