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Margaret Do you want to know how Margaret died? Listen, I will tell you.
Fiction: General, T, English, Hurt/Comfort & Tragedy, words: 698, 12/6/2010
We Are Here This is about the arrival of man to nature and the perversion of nature by man.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, Poetry & Parody, words: 175, 4/23/2010
2 Expression of Religion in The Waste Land and Tribu This is an essay I completed for a Modernism course. If you're interested, read it! Please comment!
Fiction: Essay, K, English, Poetry & Spiritual, words: 2k+, 1/28/2010
Tears into Doves This was an assignment that I took an unusual approach to. It ended up being a short story about a college girl who is reliving and surmounting her experiences with Hurricane Katrina.
Fiction: General, K+, English, Hurt/Comfort & Family, words: 754, 1/28/2010
1 Will you meet me in my dreams? A short poem in rhyme and to some extent verse talking about a persons longing for that significant other, but who, not being able to reach them in real life, must wait to meet them in his dreams.
Poetry: Love, K, English, Poetry & Romance, words: 134, 1/28/2010
1 Poetry » This is some poems that I experimented with in high school. Just sort of wrote them out looking at different things.
Poetry: General, K, English, chapters: 5, words: 383, 5/18/2009
Green » This is a set of two poems that I wrote together talking about the condition of the earth and man's contribution to that condition.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, Hurt/Comfort & Tragedy, chapters: 2, words: 204, 5/18/2009
1 love » This is a series of poems I wrote in quick succession about love. I hope you enjoy them.
Poetry: Love, K, English, Romance & Poetry, chapters: 6, words: 275, 5/18/2009
Reborn A tale that speculates on the ever-present idea of reincarnation in society, this story has elements of psycho-thriller and mystery as well as sci-fi. Similar in style to Host by Stephanie Meyer, but very different.
Fiction: Supernatural, K+, English, Supernatural & Sci-Fi, words: 337, 5/13/2009
Thesis In my thesis seminar, we described our theses as a living thing. I took the FREE part of free writing as far as I could and ended up with something sort of postmodern, but really cool. See if you can find both me and my thesis in the story.
Fiction: Essay, K, English, Poetry, words: 974, favs: 1, 5/13/2009
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