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1Sweetshop Denial Of course Tracy doesn't like chocolate...
Fiction: Play, K, English, Drama & Humor, words: 212, 1/9/2006
On Edge The morning after Ruben and Evan spend a night away from the prejudices of their families, they encounter more than secret love. Who knows what could happen-to their relationsihp or to their families-on a cliff's edge in early morning?
Fiction: Play, T, English, Drama & Romance, words: 1k+, 1/9/2006
Encima de mis Sueños » Un joven viajando en México encuentra hospitalidad en un lugar inesperando./A young man traveling in Mexico finds hospitality in an unexpected place. (English translation)
Fiction: General, K, Spanish, chapters: 2, words: 663, 12/23/2005
2Fabrication We are all lying all the time. A fabrication on falsehood and an ode to "truth."
Poetry: Religion, K, English, Poetry & Romance, words: 77, 5/16/2005
25Dancing Colors » Poems about being in love with someone you've known for years who is going out with one of your friends.
Poetry: Love, K, English, chapters: 9, words: 732, updated: 1/5/2005 published: 2/20/2004
It's Nothing A song I wrote about love and being in denial. I was originally going to put it under the Dancing Colors collection, but different parts were written about two people, it didn't quite fit.
Poetry: Song, K, English, words: 185, 8/1/2004
3Wake Up Marcy, overwhelmed with a loveless marraige, encounters her young niece asking her about whether love is real. How will she respond?
Fiction: General, K, English, words: 942, 6/3/2004
4What do I see? One of my close friends is probably moving. This is the first thing I wrote in reaction to it, and in reaction to her asking me how I was reacting.
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 116, 5/28/2004
4Submerged in Tiger Lake A poem about the deadliness of quiet, written at a time when I was feeling smothered by quiet.
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 122, 5/28/2004
3The Apple Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree I was trying to write a haiku but I guess I was tired and couldn't remember the syllable numbers. I thought it was still effective as it was.
Poetry: Family, K, English, words: 13, 5/28/2004
6Playground Many teens are sent to an all-summer improvement camp for troubled teens. Romance, tears, friendship, and self-discovery ensue as each teen lives through the summer. Just grown from part of it that I wrote the other day, I have that up now and will write
Fiction: General, K, English, words: 609, 5/18/2004
7Atheist God Oxy moron, I know I'm a hypocrite : A poem on my feelings and beliefs about God-or my atheism... It is a kind of interesting mix, a little philisophical, and a little rough to kind of show the roughness of my thoughts. OK, I didn't edit much. :) Please no one take offence at this, it's just
Poetry: Religion, K, English, words: 179, favs: 1, 5/13/2004
7Star Prayer Though I am an atheist and do not pray, this seemed like a good title to this poem. After all, aren't other people the best cure for loneliness and feeling lost? And if everyone whispers to each other in a sort of star network, each believing that someone
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 121, favs: 1, 5/10/2004
5Paradox Someone once said good and evil are two inseparable threads that intertwine with each other and with every tapestry of a story. This concept is extended/applied to pain and peace in this poem.
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 73, 5/10/2004
4Eternity A look at love and loss, and how one's perception of time and space changes with it.
Poetry: Love, K, English, words: 164, 5/10/2004
6Poems » These are poems we had to do for school. Yuck, Homework. But they were pretty good, so I decided to put them up.
Poetry: Life, K, English, chapters: 2, words: 604, 9/7/2003
6Twisted Metal » Ok, I wrote this like 3 years ago, so its a little strange. It's about this girl who is a mechanical human in a futuristic world. She fights prejudice and opressive high powers in a sterilized, monotonous everyday life that could turn out to be deadly.
Fiction: Sci-Fi, K, English, chapters: 2, words: 2k+, updated: 7/1/2003 published: 12/15/2002
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