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The nature of his relationship with Emily as they progressed through their evening grew from an across-the-table affair to a specific brand of romance that reeked of impromptu kisses, holding hands, and lying in the grass while waiting for the world to end.
» Posted By Shashank On 11.01.2016 @ 8:05 am
As a child, Jacob only knew of the Institute as a building where his friends and friends of his brother went and came home with their clothes somehow disheveled. As he grew up, he realized, that the Institute was more than a place: It was a way to live.
» Posted By Shashank On 10.25.2016 @ 12:05 pm
A collection of thoughts when placed in an order that seems logical, reasonable, and emotionally intelligible regardless of the stimulus, requirement, or the order itself of their placement results in a consistent set of reactions that are erratically unrelated to each other. Sterling Bryght was a well-enough known neighbor to the community but his relationship with the community stayed true to this pattern of erratically unrelated behavior.
» Posted By Shashank On 09.09.2015 @ 9:59 am
A collection of thoughts when placed in an order that seems logical, reasonable, and emotionally intelligible regardless of the stimulus, requirement, or the order itself of their placement results in a consistent set of reactions that are erratically unrelated to each other. This behavior is what is associated to when Jason Broos, the next door neighbor, comes to mind.
» Posted By Shashank On 09.09.2015 @ 9:58 am
it is never a day that is sunny, or cloudy, or crisp, or even stale. it is the bright minds, sunny eyes, and beating hearts that wake up with a determination that outlines how their day will be. Are they going to accomplish all they set out for? Will they overcome their obstacles? And when the dust settles, will they be standing at the pier with scrunched up eyes to conclude that the sunny delight in their cringed eyes is not what makes you blind, but what lights your way.
» Posted By Shashank On 09.04.2015 @ 12:39 pm
An interesting note can be made about the connection between the said and the meant. What can be said about something that has been created is in many ways related to factors that are beyond what can be said. On the other hand, the inferred meaning form the said word can be said to have its own set of relations that are independant of the speaker.
» Posted By shashank On 08.31.2015 @ 1:41 pm
there was once a convict in a prison. He was actually innocent of the crime but was locked up anyway because of the failure of the justice system. While he languished in the cells, he met a fellow convict
» Posted By Shashank On 06.01.2012 @ 10:41 pm
The pattern of my shoe was printed in the sand. The dog playing in the sea calmed me down. ‘Don’t walk so fast.’ my friend said. ‘It’s not my fault you can’t keep up!’
» Posted By Shashank On 03.16.2012 @ 5:02 am
The newspaper has always been the 4th estate to society, acting as a watchdog against crime and porn stars.
» Posted By shashank On 12.31.2011 @ 11:44 pm
» Posted By shashank On 12.22.2011 @ 9:45 am
The kettle steamed above the stove with a mix of theanine and cannabis.
» Posted By shashank On 08.11.2010 @ 5:25 am
The evidence was there but no one could see it. It lay there in the open, slowly losing itself to the elements.
» Posted By shashank On 10.01.2008 @ 9:08 pm
The clasp was just so tight,he could not open it despite his cavernous desire.
» Posted By shashank On 12.29.2009 @ 6:45 am
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