A fictional tale about two Venus in Virgo people, who wonder if a platonic relationship can successfully change into a romantic one. What do you think? I'd like to hear!
I did a report on Sylvia Plath (link below). After reading some of her work, and her published journals, I formed a theory about Plath, and her feelings toward her mother.So began a world Mrs. Plath is alive now, but she's changed. She does not turn her rage inside. Instead, it is directed outward.
Carl was a farmer in the State of Indiana where he raised corn and soybeans on his own land. One day he spotted somebody crossing one of his fields. After confronting the man, Carl learned one of the greatest lessons of his life.
This fictional Venus in Pisces people are so romantic, they put the rest of the Zodiac to shame. Check the link at the bottom of the first paragraph, to see what sign your Venus is in!
Many people desperately want to believe that the law of attraction is real because that way there's hope that they will achieve what they desperately want. But it's a lie - a hoax.
Saint Francis of Assisi used to call his body brother donkey because the body is very stubborn. Sylvia Branch had a body image problem, but that was likely the least of her issues—then a strange book arrived at the bookstore where she worked.
This is a story about a woman who is unhappy with her life. She forms a strange relationship with her reflection in a very special mirror.
This is the story of a young girl named Clara who is torn between the wishes of picking her possible Valentine and using him to help her with her problem or settling down in a neighboring city where she knew her native friend and had the option of choosing studies in her field of expertise.
My first impractical short story with a touch of reality. Amateur drawing for humor purpose and to give a better picture of what is happening.
People who have Venus in Gemini are first attracted to another person by the way they think and speak. Then if the person interests them mentally, they may want to take it further.
This story represents a moment in time. In this moment, a choice must be made. These tiny moments are what life is really about. These moments define us.
This article gives thirteen Bible verses about birds, and it provides data about old and recent religions' views of feathered creatures.
The meaning of life and the ordeals of human development from birth to death are portrayed in this story as a man’s self-awareness unfolds in this exploration of life.