When You’re Having Difficulties In Writing

Need More Energy

Truly, creative writing is more than that. Its not only an expression of one’s thoughts or one’s self. All of us are acquainted with different styles of creative writing. Novels, short tales, poems, and anecdotes–all of them are just a few examples. However, how many novels have you read that…

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the poem that spanked my backside and made me sit up by perry estelle

. THE POEM THAT SPANKED MY BACKSIDE AND MADE ME SIT UP! “When trouble looms around you and danger lies ahead; then your faith is almost shattered, and your hopes nearly dead, there is always something left in you-and its not of mere pretence, view your difficulties-and use your common…

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An African American Author in History

The impact of the African American author in history is one that can be discovered simply by doing a little bit of research. The impact can be felt, however, almost anywhere you go. Great African American literature has helped us as a people to see what it is like to live in another culture and in another skin. This work is all thanks to many an African American author in history.

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Using Niche Blogs to Get to Retirement Early

We all want to make money, but our regular jobs often have us in a state when we get home that more work is the last thing that we want to do. If someone told you that you could make extra money without any physical work, would it interest you? Well if it does, start thinking about niche blogs.

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Soul Songs

Soul-Songs – Word-Songs Have you noticed that the poets in Tintota are singing their soul-songs for us all? Poetry is the word-song of the Soul. We become as the lark. High above the fields in summer, her sweet song spills down to us as she hovers, pouring forth her soul-song.…

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Auntie

AUNTIE My sprightly wee Auntie says, “Seventy’s not old, if you’re happy and snugly closed off from the cold, with a cuppa in hand, where others have none, and the quest of your life is just having fun.” The ladies next door (there is one either side) still have their…

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A Midget Raindrop

A Midget Raindrop In the hope of Gaining some height, A midget raindrop Hung on to the parapet. To fulfill their Everlasting desire, Some more drops Followed suit. Indeed they were tall, But in a flash Did they all fall Flat on their faces. Grossly mortified Did they quietly melt…

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