Standing at the perimeter looking in
Watching the flashing smiles of glistening teeth;
They’re false smiles, but smiles nonetheless.
Everyone looks so happy with the sun shining down on them, 73 more words
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Outcasts, by Jill Williamson
Backcover: UNCOVERING THE TRUTH COULD COST THEM THEIR LIVES. Since entering the Safe Lands, Mason has focused on two things: finding a way to free his village from captivity and finding a cure for the disease that ravages many within the walls of the Safe Lands. 267 more words
My friend tells me that I’m some sort of alien apparently.
I’m in my first year of college and “normal” people my age are going out to parties and getting drunk and socialising and having daily get togethers and taking pictures of them having fun all the time and all that jazz. 149 more words
On Saturday Joe, Forkbanger and I piled into Joe’s car at silly o’clock in the morning to drive down to Sunderland and take part in the Not a Bad Thing tournament. 3,412 more words
Conn Iggulden mentioned that one of the main jobs of the novelist is to make choices. A few weeks ago I found myself with the difficult task of deciding which two of these… 382 more words