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Silhouette: VI

by Rohan Paxton

Someday I hope she knew how much I loved her, someday I hope she knew how much I longed for her, someday I hope I would hug her, someday she will have gone forever and if it were not for these hopes to get converted...

Silhouette: V

by Rohan Paxton

Someday I hope she knew how much I cared for her, someday I hope she figured out everything I did for her, someday I wish I would tell her that she was the most beautiful one I had ever fallen for, someday she...

The eighteen letters

by luis antonio freire

I'm happy to be presenting here, some letters, written to my sons, telling some stories of my life, before they were born.

Silhouette: III

by Rohan Paxton

Someday I hope to buy her gifts , someday I hope to be her valentine , someday I hope to make a stronger bond with her, someday she might become someone else's and if it were not for these hopes to get converted...

I'm Alive

by George McNeur

Auto-biographical short stories of raised adrenalin moments. From moments spent dicing with death on precipitous mountain slopes, to exhilerating high speed terrain hugging flights in jet fighters, the author...

Silhouette: I

by Rohan Paxton

Someday I hope I will get to know her name, someday I hope to make her my friend, someday I hope she will read this story, someday she will leave and if it were not for these hopes to get converted into reality...

Breaking Free

by Denis C. Hickey

Why would a man who has everything leave? Denis Hickey, a successful Silicon Valley businessman at the peak of his career, trades his Mercedes for a backpack and travels the world for a year. A year that would...

Silhouette: IV

by Rohan Paxton

Someday I hope to buy her gifts, someday I hope to be her valentine, someday I hope to make a stronger bond with her, someday she might become someone else's and if it were not for these hopes to get converted...

I was Saddam's Prisoner

by Abu Jameel - XKP

Brother Abu Jameel's account of being detained in the prisons of Saddam's Ba'thist Regme. Thanks to Al-islam.org ISLAMICMOBILITY.COM

A Second Chance

by L. Blakes

Nicole Gonzales was only 2 days old when she was abandoned by her mother. Social Services found her 2 weeks later, and she was nearly dead. Nicole's mother had a record for child neglect with her 4 other children....

The Traveler

by Denis C. Hickey

Taking the road less traveled makes all the difference. “When you go home, Denis, stay with who you are now. If people like it, they will be with you. If they don’t, and you try to please them, you will...

The Spirit of Japan

by Rabindranath Tagore

THE SPIRIT OF JAPAN, A LECTURE BY RABINDRANATH TAGORE, Delivered for the Students of the Private Colleges of Tokyo and the Members of the Indo-Japanese Association, at the Keio Gijuku University.

Light Within Me

by Ayatullah Murtada Mutahhari - XKP

Introduction to Irfan, stages of the spiritual journey, guidance and perfection, Interpretation of Sura al-Hamd, and the Invocation of Sha'baniyah. islamicmobility.com Written by Shaheed Murtada Mutahhari Allamah...

Silhouette: II

by Rohan Paxton

Someday I hope to get her phone number, someday I hope to talk to her, someday I hope to take her out, someday she might fall in love with a better guy and if it were not for these hopes to get converted into...

The One With All The Good Stuff

by Michael Pollick

"The One With All The Good Stuff" is a collection of humor essays, memoirs and poetry specially selected by author and poet Michael Pollick. Individual essays and poems have appeared in such literary journals...

Hitting Fear Head On

by Biff and Laurie Boggs

'Hitting Fear Head On’ is a powerful, chilling, true story of child abuse and neglect, the illness of alcoholism spanning generations, years of infertility issues, all culminating in a miracle child that is...

I Was a Teenage Stowbilly

by Michael Pollick

"I Was a Teenage Stowbilly" covers the author's childhood in the small Midwestern city of Stow, Ohio during the Seventies and Eighties. It starts out innocently enough, with a fond look back at elementary school....

The Stovepipe

by Bonnie Virag

Bonnie, age four, along with four of her siblings, was taken by force from her home in rural Canada and placed in the care of the Children's Aid Society. Over the next fourteen years, the children are split...

Eternal Manifestations: 80 Stories from the life of Allama Tabatabai

by Allama Tabatabai - XKP

Short but very interesting stories from the Life of Allama Tabatabai (ra). Partial translation from the original Farsi text, Allameh Tabatabai, Meezane Ma`refat, Translated by S.K. Yusufali, Qum, Iran by Ahmad...

The Making of the Whiz Kid

by Rick Umali

This is an autobiography that I wrote for the 7th grade. It's not a great read. It's full of elementary school hubris and strange changes in verb tense. I left all that in there, because in the end the "voice"...