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    Your greatest enemy is your own inner

    perception, your own EGO.
    Zelaleme Zelaleme 46-50, F 1 Response Sep 28

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    My dream job is a published author.

    I wann share my writing with people.
    ksnaps ksnaps 22-25, F 3 Responses Apr 14

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    I like creative writing

    because it makes your mind feel like it has felt that way or like it has experienced that emotion
    babylovestar15 babylovestar15 18-21, F Jul 5

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter One Hundred Ninety-Seven But things never go as one would like it to be. Although Mary Jane struggled down the front stairs, she had that stubborn streak in her eyes again. I don't know if Robert or Bobby noticed, but I did, and my guard...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 8

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Two The doctor sedated Mary Jane to get her to release her iron grip on Bobby's sleeves. Her hold began to weaken, then fall back as she whimpered, "Not fair...not fair..." We left the room. The doctor turned to Bobby. "I...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 11

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Four I could have lived with Jennifer Rosemary as the baby's name. But it was the style - the "fashion" - in those days - the quicker you changed an adoptee's name, the better. Mary Jane had another reason. "'Jennifer Rosemary...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 13

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Seventeen Robert and I returned home. We discussed the events of the morning as we crossed the river to the eastern shore. I was upset. It seemed the Carlisle facility was no better equipped to deal with Mutter than the Mount...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 3 days ago

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    I started looking around.

    I picked up some of the cans to see if they were empty or not, they were all empty. I went over to the blankets I saw a picture of a family. They looked happy. I thought to myself that they're probably all dead. I put down the picture and kept looking around. I found a lighter...
    Botdf1shutup Botdf1shutup 13-15, F Oct 2

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Seven I didn't have too much time to miss my son and his wife and the babies. Mutter was still being difficult, and she was occupying most of my free time. Some weeks, it was almost daily. The Carlisle facility began to remind...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 15

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Eighteen From that night on, we began to make almost daily visits - several times a week - to see to Mutter's well-being. The officials who ran the center didn't quite welcome our scrutiny in this matter. Oh, they didn't...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 2 days ago

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    Fiction Story, Written A While Ago... Enjoy~! Xxo

    Prologue ~ Serendipity is a word that makes my stomach churn in distaste and disgust; its greedy claws grasp at its victims and cloud their resolves until they lead foolish lives. Its allies are fear and faith and together, they wind their spell of false hopes and dreams...
    ChantelleN1 ChantelleN1 18-21, F Nov 25, 2012

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    Do What's Right. ... I Will Always Love You.

    I used to write when I was younger and had more time on my hands. This is something that I wrote and shared with my girlfriend long before she became my wife:Do what's right.PLEASE do what is in your best interest.DON'T stay because of me.GO.I will always love you. How do you...
    0ppa 0ppa 36-40, M 2 Responses Oct 5, 2012

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    When Tomorrow Comes Part One - Fourteen The

    rural school bus rattled to a rumbling stop on the path just below the jagged rocks leading to the moors. I descended from it and watched it drive away with just a few more of the students who lived closer to town than I did. I lived the furthest away from school, so I was...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 3 Responses 1 day ago

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    We're young, we're arrogant ,

    we're cocky , spoiled , and live a silver spoon fed lifestyle . We love to party, get high, and sleep with anything that breathes. Drinking til we vomit , we're the future leaders of the new world ! Technology vs knowledge , we will carry the fate of the next generations...
    Princeofthesky Princeofthesky 18-21, M 1 Response Oct 3

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Eleven Between my failing mother and my expecting daughter-in-law, I didn't know who I worried about more. Mary Jane didn't say so, but I knew she deeply appreciated any and all kindnesses during her confinement. Bobby might...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 20

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    The Pitfalls Of Punctuation

    There, in the tail of that comma, in that ethereal silent pause between whispered words, we are suspended in a universe of our own making. I pirouette on your full-stop period and leap onto your curvaceous parenthesis.  I caress its hard sensuous curve and coax it to unleash...
    Vignette Vignette 51-55, F 14 Responses Jun 6, 2012

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Thirteen "Robert?" My husband stood up. He put his newspaper aside, then took my hands and drew me alongside him, making me sit down in the recliner he had just vacated. He bent over me. "While you were gone," he said in the...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 22

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    Hello, Room

    Hello, mister If I am just a little room to you, Then wipe your feet. Take off your shoes.. As a matter of fact, come barefoot. I want to get prints on every corner you've preyed. If you are a predator; Tell me why I have to be afraid of a Hummingbird with a...
    MadamElle MadamElle 26-30, F 2 Responses Jan 27, 2013

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    Youth He looked into my eyes

    as though within them lay the fountain of youth. His fixed stare burning holes into my skin making me feel every insecurity I have ever held. I was afraid he would notice that my one eye was bigger than the other. Afraid that he would see the bump of the scar beneath the cover...
    TheGirlFromJupiter TheGirlFromJupiter 18-21, F a week ago

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    The Teardrop Prison

    The Teardrop Prison Inside a teardrop looking out The joy and happiness inside See the pain and sorrow Surrounding, retaining surface tension The drop does not fall The triumphal, salient feeling inside Moves the drop on its slide down Descending the cheek of humanity It...
    RavenDelcor RavenDelcor 56-60, M 1 Response Jun 1, 2012

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    Vermillion Roses.

    Faithless,insolvent, a slow incessant burning, Seductive, involvement, this romance with hurting. At a distance, honesty and compassion, truly more listless, living by reaction. Emptiness is consoling, as misery purposes, there awaits an unfolding, of vermillion roses. Each...
    frozenfate frozenfate 31-35, F 3 Responses Oct 2, 2012

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter One Hundred Ninety-Eight When Diana had been born stillborn, Mary Jane was upset but she managed to cope because she was still very young. When she was expecting Judy, too soon after Diana's death (as the doctor told Bobby and he told me...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 9

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    The gift by Carie Ann The smell of smoke was

    filling the village sounds of screaming and violent yelling was everywhere. I looked around to see what was going on men in odd clothing was ravaging the village burning houses children was being slaughtered in the street blood soaking the dirt road I watched in my hiding place...
    TeenageWriterGirl TeenageWriterGirl 13-15, F 2 Responses Aug 16

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred One We were on our way back to Mary Jane's room when we met the doctor on his way out of it and down the hall. I felt suddenly sick - he looked so foreboding. "I was looking for you," he said to Bobby. "The nurse sent us out...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 11

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    I Admire

    The one who writes for necessity obligation, vocation or vanity. The one who disappears giving chance to the text to stand out. The one who is a Best seller And the anonymous as well.   I appreciate… who writes true literature and virtual ones who writes...
    deleted deleted 26-30 14 Responses Jun 21, 2009

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    Well, Here Goes..

    The punctuation needs some work, sorry for that, well..this really. --------------------------------- I. [A sea of deep red Crashes upon itself in swells, The ship is shattered, It now floats in pieces scattered. The few survivors Are all out of breath, Their lungs are...
    SilenceEvermore SilenceEvermore 22-25 6 Responses Jun 27, 2012

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    Writers Block

    For what seems almost a year i've been suffering from a major writers block if I got lucky i could wright a page...maybe. Last monday (11/18/13) I found myself in the mental ward. I stayed there almost a week but not quite. Any ways while i was there i found myself a "inmate...
    deleted deleted 26-30 2 Responses Nov 27, 2013

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    Haiku About Life

    Virtue is patient time flows with incontenence a world out of time
    LoneAlpha LoneAlpha 26-30, M 4 Responses Dec 6, 2012

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    The Legend of Chickenfoot

    I can remember it as if it were yesterday. The thought of the-- incident-- even now makes my blood run cold, as if a thousand cold invisible fingers running over my body. This old diner that smells of old grease and staleness also reminds me of another like it in my past. Believe...
    mendoguy mendoguy 56-60, M 3 Responses Jan 20, 2013

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Six By the end of March, 1968, we had all the furniture installed in the new house. We decided (Robert, Bobby and myself) to celebrate Mary Jane's twenty-first birthday at home with a family-only party dinner. That following...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 14

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    Me

    Well,ı think it is time to tell about me a little:) A lot of people who ı am friends with ask me why ı didnt write somethings about myself. For nearly 2,5 years ı have been a member in here. ı like this site indeed.My name is Emre.ı live in Turkey but ı was born in...
    dreamboyy dreamboyy 26-30, M 14 Responses Apr 6, 2011

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    Here Are 20 Writing Prompts

    Here are 20 Writing Prompts, you are invited to tackle 'em and share 'em... 1. Pick the person you most want to see in the world right now. Write a monologue or a letter to that person and then continue the story. 2. Write a scene between your parents (living or deceased...
    Crazy4Writing Crazy4Writing 26-30, F 12 Responses Jun 2, 2009

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    Queen of clusterf*cks.

    LOL. That's my BIG problem. I write down all my thoughts for a novel out of order and in strange vernacular so my editor's head just pops off. She only deals with me because she loves my work, so I guess the talent outshines the mania. This is for Married to Madness. Google it.
    dirtydarkness dirtydarkness 26-30, F 6 Responses Jan 25

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    My favourite time to smoke is at night from my

    bedroom window when my dad and what feels like the world is asleep. It makes me feel safe and difiant somehow. Like I'm slowly crossing the bridge between who I have to be for the sake of my parents and the world and who I am inside. A person breaking off from a home I will one...
    TheGirlFromJupiter TheGirlFromJupiter 18-21, F 3 Responses Aug 9

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Five Mary Jane and Bobby were good and attentive parents. My son, I knew, would be patient, kind, and loving. I had no idea what my daughter-in-law's parenting skills would be. For the next six months, while final details...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 13

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    Computer Assissted Writing (C.A.W. 2011) A Short Story for Lazy Writers

        CAW 2011 My son, Matthew, is a computer genius.  Last week he gave me the latest version of his newest invention, a Computer Assisted Writing software program called CAW 2011.  In a few minutes he’d loaded the software into my computer. "Hello," my computer said...
    HallieParker HallieParker 61-65, M 8 Responses Jan 9, 2012

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    Kinder, Kirche. Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Sixteen What seemed like an interminable winter finally melted into a watery but very much appreciated springtime. About mid-March, the landscaper Bobby had contracted came back and began his digging and lowering. Mary Jane...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 1 Response 5 days ago

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    My Review Of Life.

    This will probably make more sense to people that play videogames, nonetheless, I hope whoever reads it finds it a bit humorous :D Life is a new MMORPG, that is, Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Game, on a scale that is larger and more intricate than any other game on...
    SilenceEvermore SilenceEvermore 22-25 4 Responses Sep 11, 2012

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    Dusk falls. Colors become monochrome.

    White crested waves cascade onto charcoal tinged pebbles, creating a sea mist that blurs the vision of adjacent hills. Car headlights become more visible than the cars, but the sounds of the sea remain constant.
    Rusham Rusham 66-70, M May 13

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Eight I was still a little shaky as I parked the car and walked inside. As I signed the visitor's registar, I was marginally aware of noises behind a door - Mutter's? - down the hall. I paid no attention until I stopped with my...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 17

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    The One That Got Away

    There is a slight history to this story; there is also a reason why it is vague in some aspects. Hopefully not to vague for the reader to not be too bored by it :) “Nieyma, is that you?”               She looked over at me a moment longer; her brain scrounging...
    LysanderFremont LysanderFremont 26-30, M 1 Response Jun 3, 2013

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Three It was two nights later that we prepared to bring Mary Jane - and BOTH babies - home. Mary Jane was numb when Bobby first proposed his idea. Then outraged. Then Bobby took her down to the nursery. As he had been every...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 12

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Fifteen Despite my worries about Mutter, I returned my attention to the problem at hand. We moved the younger half of the Gordon family into Harrisburg for the balance of the wintertime months and until our new grandbaby made...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 6 days ago

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    Life is full of hopes

    and dreams. So don't be afraid to go after what you want.
    mother1983 mother1983 26-30, F Oct 22

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    Not A Morbid Tale

    once upon a time there was a dollgirl. She was very, very sad. her hair fell out sometimes. she lived on a shelf. it was very high and very narrow. sometimes she would fall. it took her a long time to get back up to her shelf. but she knew she had to or else the dog would come in...
    Girlonwire Girlonwire 18-21, F 5 Responses Sep 28, 2011

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    I've always been a jack of all trades,

    simply because I want to try out lots of things. One of the only things I ever allowed myself to be proud of was my ability to write. In middle school I had a really great English teacher and two periods of English for some reason. She was cool in the way she would read us...
    BigMtnMnds BigMtnMnds 31-35, M 1 Response Jan 24

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter One Hundred Ninety-Nine Although she didn't much like it, Mary Jane accepted the doctor's advice in stoic silence. After all, she did feel a bit weak after she came home, and she needed to get her strength back. The sooner the better. I...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 9

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Fourteen The next morning, after a mostly sleepless night, I was on my way to see Mutter. Me...and Bobby. I had called Mary Jane to let her know about Mutter. She burst into tears and dropped the receiver of the phone. She...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 22

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    I love to write. I write anything from poems to

    exotic sexual stuff. I just love to write!!
    darkheart2231 darkheart2231 13-15, F 1 Response May 17

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Ten Mary Jane and Bobby were locked in an ongoing daily battle that upset the girls as well. When the weather began to get and stay wet, icy, and gloomy, Bobby put a stop to Mary Jane's Carlisle visits. In fact, he didn't want...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 19

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Epilog - Germany Isn't Germany Any More In the numbing days that followed my Mutter's passing, I had the bitterest fights ever with my siblings over final details. Not with Bobby, Jimmy, or Robert. They knew, they sympathized, but they kissed me in comfort...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F 1 Response 2 days ago

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    It was a full moon, not just any full moon

    though, far bigger and brighter than any ever to be seen, and this is what made the magic come alive. Underneath the moon, you could see a girl in a majestic silver bubble, with glistening silver smoke, floating away as it sparkled across the skies. What lay ahead for this...
    Lunarflowerrr Lunarflowerrr 22-25, F 1 Response Mar 17

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    Kinder, Kirche, Kuche (Children,

    Church, Kitchen) Part Three - Chapter Two Hundred Barbara's personality made a 360-degree turn after the tragedy of Judy. She made up to Mary Jane in every way imaginable. I was still slightly suspicious but in Mary Jane's weakened condition and her grateful nature, I didn't...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 56-60, F Oct 10

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