5Tomorrow, the World » As WWII rages and the tides turn, two boys who regard each other as enemies must come together in order to survive. Rated for language.
Fiction: Historical, T, English, Drama, chapters: 2, words: 5k+, favs: 3, follows: 2, updated: 6/7/2009 published: 6/4/2009
5I Consecrate My Life » Anne Brown, daughter of preCivil War revolutionary John Brown, wants to understand what is going on in the world like her brothers can. But when her Papa lets her inside, will she be able to survive the battle? Title subject to change.
Fiction: Historical, K+, English, chapters: 7, words: 5k+, favs: 3, updated: 6/17/2007 published: 6/4/2007
2HaiCan't » Assorted haiku poems that I wrote in my creative writing classes. Some funny, most probably not.
Poetry: Haiku, K, English, chapters: 3, words: 31, updated: 2/27/2007 published: 2/21/2007
1 Blizzard Swirling, twirling, whirling, flailing, wailing, bright, white, light blizzard.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 53, 2/20/2007
3Living the Best Life You Could Have » Junie Shaw and Ela Motte had grown apart over the years. But when Ela is killed in the last months of high school, Junie takes it upon herself to become her oncebest friend and live Ela's life, even if it means giving up her own.
Fiction: Young Adult, K+, English, chapters: 2, words: 1k+, follows: 1, updated: 2/8/2007 published: 1/10/2007
7The Ruminations of a Writer » Many people enjoy the thrill of the hunt or the thrill of chasing a love. I enjoy the thrill of the pen.
Fiction: General, K, English, chapters: 2, words: 543, updated: 8/24/2006 published: 8/22/2006
7Stupid Soaring If you're a blood-sucking beast, stay away from me. I've killed many a bug before.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Humor, words: 53, favs: 1, 8/23/2006
14Why? » A collection of haikus questioning religion. All are simply asking, looking for an answer to WHY.
Poetry: Religion, K, English, Tragedy, chapters: 9, words: 113, updated: 8/10/2006 published: 8/2/2006
2Death of a Mind A mind is such a valuable thing to watch die.
Poetry: General, K+, English, words: 135, 7/26/2006
4Web "What a twisted web we weave when first we practice to decieve."
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 22, 7/25/2006
2I Wonder I've never been a fan of capital punishment.
Poetry: Politics, K, English, words: 152, favs: 1, 7/25/2006
1Beating Heart I've never been a fan of capital punishment. Meant to be read to the rhythm of the beating of your heart.
Poetry: Politics, K, English, words: 119, 7/25/2006
1Pretzles for the President A salty snack is a nice treat- only if you can handle it.
Poetry: Humor, K, English, words: 176, 7/25/2006
1This Crazy Lunatic Man A crazed man has escaped. Who will be safe?
Poetry: Politics, K, English, words: 312, 7/25/2006
4Roulette I've never been a fan of capital punishment.
Poetry: Politics, K, English, words: 189, 7/25/2006
2Salute I've never been a fan of capital punishment.
Poetry: Politics, K, English, words: 70, 7/24/2006
3Going Home He took me away... But where are we going?
Poetry: Haiku, K, English, words: 14, 7/24/2006
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