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He passed out.

The drink overtook his mind and led him to the street. He was delusional, spurting out words of poets and madmen.

A few men walked past and in disgust called to him, “Have you no shame man! 361 more words


pt 102: LORD ACTON

Scampi: You know what I said then?

Peter: No.

Scampi: Are you listening to my story?

Peter: No.

Scampi: Argh.

Peter: Excuse me.

Scampi: Fine. 170 more words


A Real Life Beauty Tale (short and partly not true)

Once upon a time there was a family. That family was a very happy family.

One day the mom felt her tummy hurt. She started to scream, “HELP, HELP, I NEED HELP!!!!!” 197 more words


Say what now?

So today, for the first time in 6 months I had to catch the bus. I was kinda excited. The bus soon arrived and the seats were all taken so I stayed up. 163 more words

Psyche and Galatea

The word psyche is Greek for “butterfly” or “soul” and is also the name of a minor love goddess in Greek mythology. Psyche started off as a merely mortal woman, but one so beautiful that Aphrodite became offended and sent Her son, Eros (maybe more popularly known by his Roman counterpart, Cupid) to loose an arrow into Psyche’s heart so that this beauty would fall in love with somebody cruel, ugly, or poor. 1,893 more words

Belief System

Sussex Tales. A Book Review

Once again I have been given an advanced reading copy of a  book that’s due to be published to review. The book is, Sussex Tales by Staffordshire Moorlands based author, Jan Edwards. 576 more words