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25 Most Recent Cultures Short Stories

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Mira's Reign Over Tara by Paul Mc Cann
Before the mists of time a Celtic Warrior who is destined to become King must battle with supernatural forces ...
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Missy's Musings: Welcome Editions by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
we are adding another child to our family a little girl from Burma, a Dalit, these are the people who are the poorest of the poor in the Indian society and they are treated as less than animals. ..
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View Photo of MOB MENTALITY Read excerpt from MOB MENTALITY MOB MENTALITY by Bradley Fralick
Unfortunately, this describes our culture...
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Moment Of Grace Day 21&22: America The Free by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Freedom has not come without a price.....
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Momma Do I Have Wings Too? by Mitzi Jackson
Momma dressed us all up after feeding us like christmas...she cleaned us all up me and my brothers and sisters. She said with her eyes looking like glass all shinny (but nuthing was coming out of them) somehow I knew sumthing was spose to come out of them, "momma people calling her home, baby you di..
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MR. DOG AND HONESTY by lili dauphin
Mr. Dog and honesty..
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Mr. Moose, Mr. Lion, Mr. Wolfe and Mr. Tiger by lili dauphin
Test your wisdom...
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Muttu's Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young boy from India shares his story...
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My Brother, The Conjunto King.: Omar's Story. (Story #5,900) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A Mexican-American boy wants to become the next "big thing" in conjunto music...
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My Brother, The Conjunto King: Omar's Story. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Omar and his little sister, Maria-Elena, continue to strive for music stardom...
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My Cajun French Heritage by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Yo! Barbara again. I am going to write about my Cajun French background. I am half Scandinavian (Norwegian and Swedish) on my birth father's side, and also Cajun French (on my birth mother's side). A Cajun is a person of French heritage who is directly descended from the Acadians, who se..
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My Country And Me ' Somalia ' by Makhtal Ali
I love my country unquestionably. May Allah Bless our wonderful country somalia................................
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My Life, My World (Chaitanya's Story) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Touching our elders feet is a sign of respect in our culture, and Purity is important is in our culture. ..
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My Meal Ticket by Sandra Mushi
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My Plastic Bunny by Leon Symone
A lonely American businessman in Japan hires an unexpected companion. ..
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My Story Notes of the Black History Month 2011 by Patrick IROEGBU
This presentation is drawn from notes I have put together regarding the daring and outcomes of my presentations in the 2011 Black History Month in Edmonton of Alberta...
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Read excerpt from My Street in Hanoi My Street in Hanoi by John McCoy
TRAN QUOC TOAN is our street, our home in Hanoi. Everyone in Hanoi seems to know the street, its history and its people. We were accepted by our neighbours as one of them. The weather, at times, is unpredictable but in between the torrential rains the days are pleasant. We take advantage of the clea..
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My Turn by Sandra Mushi
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My Worth by Lulu Tesha
A Young girl's inner thoughts...
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Mysteries of Life by Pisc Arie
the message i want to spresad around..
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Nanyamka's Story: The Life of an African Child by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Greetings my name is Nanyamka I am nearing my twelfth year, and I live in south Africa, my name means God's gift, but I truly wish my parents had felt this way, I was abandonded as a small child, and taken to an Orphanage, where I have lived from them till now. I have a bed and even toys, and food ..
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Neela's Story, Continued. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Neela Ashwani of Punjab, India, continues her story. Image of lightning at night (c) 2011, by Karla Dorman...
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Neela's Story. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A girl from India shares her story...
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New York Bonus by Albert Russo
Australian tourist experiences a comical incident in the Big Apple..
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Nikobi. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A Maasai boy shares his story. Image (c) 2009, by Karla Dorman...
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Ohaiyo! Genki Deska?: Hiroko Writes From Japan... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louie gets another letter from her newest penfriend in Japan...
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Oil On Water by Sandra Mushi
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OKUN ELUBO / A ROPE OF YAM FLOUR by Babatunde Kayode
AN excerpt of a Yoruba tale. ..
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On The Mat by Sandra Mushi
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On Transit by Sandra Mushi
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Once A Cajun, ALWAYS A Cajun! (By Ronee' Le-Anne Marie Reaux, aged 11) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young preteen girl is proud of her unique Cajun French heritage. She discusses in detail of the Cajun heritage, the history surrounding the Cajuns, and some of the more well known components of the Cajun way of life...
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One Euro by Antony Sahaya
The story draws a picture of the feelings of Kenyan's first visit to Europe..
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Painted Babies: Child Beauty Pageants -- A Mother And Child's Story, #1. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A mother grooms her child to do well in the pageant circuit...
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Painted Babies: Child Beauty Pageants -- A Mother And Child's Story, #3. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A mother and her daughter who has a learning disability decide to hang up the pageant circuit after another child belittles the daughter in front of an audience. Image of approaching storm (and anvil crawler lightning) (c) 2009, by Karla Dorman...
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Painted Babies: Child Beauty Pageants--A Mother And Child's Story, #2. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ever since Jocelyn took her youngest daughter, Elyssa Turquoise, to see her favorite singer, the child has been determined to become a child country singer...
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Perfection by William Haynes
a thought piece ..
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Pete's Place. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A group of friends hang out at a local tavern, where the beer is cold and the music is hot...
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Piedra. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young Hispanic-American girl shares her story...
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Pine Lake a Memoir by Taj Coleman
Pine Lakes was a very interesting place. A place were time forgot. It’s the kind of neighborhood everyone talks about. “ Don’t go into to Pine Lakes their crazy,” our parents would say to us. “ Their all dirty an nasty” my friends would tell me. But we lived five minutes from Pine Lakes and I couldn..
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Read excerpt from Pink Walls Pink Walls by Eman Rimawi
"...The day it happened, the sun shone in my eyes that morning. And my mother was up early singing, praying, chanting. I woke up thinking that maybe I'd be cleansed of all my sins. Like bathing. Something peaceful. Something beautiful. The day went slow. I wanted to find out what 'the cleansing'..
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Po Folks by Flying Fox Ted L Glines
When comparing the Haves versus the Have-Nots, it is important to consider how much each values what they have.....
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Poems from My Past by Timothy Houlahan
Slightly older poems from my childhood written in my My Autograph book by My 10th Grade class - Warning SOME WORDS MAY OFFEND. !!!!! It's Aussie Humor."May not be origanals but funny" ..
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Prayes For Our Ancestors by Rosalie Heart
An adventure leads to an unexpected encounter with the ancestors..
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Rainbird: Her Story. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A Native girl shares her story. Image (c) 2010, by Karla Dorman...
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Read excerpt from Raphael's Acceptance  Raphael's Acceptance by Bruce Nickerson
A true story of the events surrounding Mexican migrant workers and a few teenage Gringos working together in the fields of Central California, during the summer of 1975, while Cesar Chavez embarked on his historic march through California and back to Mexico. ..
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Reaux's Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young girl from Louisiana now living in Arkansas shares her story. She survived Hurricane Katrina four years ago. Image (C) 2008, Karla Dorman...
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Reaux's Story. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young Cajun girl continues her story...
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Rebekka's Rumprscringa Part Two by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
A million thoughts or so it seemed passed through her said, images of her as a mere Boppli sitting on Daed’s knees. Laughing when he would let her ride him like a pony. No matter how hard a day Daed had working the fields he was always there to give her love. Now it felt almost like she was forsakin..
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Rebekka’s Rumpspringa:Part One by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Rebekka was turning sixteen, it meant that Rumspringa would begin, she would be able to run around and see the ways of the Englisch and see if she were ready to commit to the old order Amish. ..
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Rebekkas Rumprscringa Part Three by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
She would have to stop being so naerfich. Rebekka had never felt so naerfich in her life, being nervous was not a comfortable feeling...
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