Tag: poetry

  • Imprinting

    I am working on an imprinting machine and it’s kind of like Konrad Lorenz did with his ducks. Only this time everyone that wants to feel better about themselves can go through my machine and be imprinted with a more powerful, confident personality. It’s slightly painful but you forget that immediately because you take steps […]

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  • My House

    Flash 2 My House       I live alone people think but in fact my house has so many inhabitants I have to be careful when moving through it. There are many men lurking about in my closets and bedroom all of whom seem angry and hungry. The kitchen contains some young ones with […]

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  • Could be winter

    Could be winter

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  • Why don’t I have wrinkles?

    Why don’t I have wrinkles?

  • How to succeed on Match.com

    How to succeed on Match.com

  • Young Adult

      She didn’t know why she did what she did, she just found herself doing these weird things. Like tonight, here she was, crawling all over her parents bed among the winter coats and the purses, opening the wallets in the purses and taking out the licenses. Taking them out, examining the pictures of the […]

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  • trying to write

    trying to write

    I’ve been trying to write a Young Adult piece for a while now but I can’t really get into it. I like the imagining part and I can see the character clearly but I can’t make her move forward after drawing her. I like what she is doing and I think she is clear to […]

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  • Save

    Sometimes you have a problem with a friend. That’s life. It’s better to laugh it off and decide the friendship is the most important thing in the world. It’s like the children’s song, ” make new friends but keep the old, some are silver and some are gold.”

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  • My Dear Friend


  • Time

    Time