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The Eye of Childhood, short stories

The Eye of Childhood is a collection of short stories by notable authors including Graham Greene, John Updike, and D.H. Lawrence, most of them male and most of them from the British Isles. 222 more words

Adult Fiction

A Window to Look Through

*Dedicated to mothers and daughters and the unique and special love they have.

She watches through her window, her little girl at play, 312 more words

Moral Reads

What I learned from vacation! 

As most of you may know I have recently vacationed with my family to Old Orchard Beach, Maine. What many of you may not know is with whom I traveled. 378 more words


Frankenstein Chapter 3

At the beginning of chapter 3, we learn of Caroline Frankenstein’s (Victor’s mother) death through contact with Elizabeth’s scarlet fever. What made this scene interesting was that Caroline said, “my firmest hopes of future happiness were placed on the prospect of your union.” First, it further adds to Victor’s belief that Elizabeth was a gift to him (when taking account of the role of women of his age). 59 more words

Antop Indoor TV Antenna Review

I received this product discounted in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. I have tried many antennas in the past without any luck. I was a little unsure about this product at first. 80 more words

{Thoughts}: Today

In the city of broken hearts, I watched an aircraft rise up, up, and toward the clouds. The clouds were heavy and gray, pregnant with rain. 218 more words


The Mother

She sleeps on a bed of rocks drenched in sea salt;
my Mother’s strength has come to a halt.
She lies on rocks with sharp edges and ugly fates to spare. 135 more words