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  • “I Can’t Drive 55!” (by, Sammy Hagar), is the choice rhythm and beat in which this short story, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sang to. Video included. Enjoy!

    Need For Speed to Stay Alive!

    Need For Speed to Stay Alive!

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore2

  • “Enjoy The Silence” (Depeche Mode), is the choice rhythm and beat in which this short story, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sang to. Video included. Enjoy!

    All I Never Wanted

    All I Never Wanted

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore6

  • Traces of the Norns in the Netherlands: a hollow tree near the village of Hoog Soeren, where the White Lady sits at her spinning wheel - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe

    The White Lady of Hoog Soeren

    The White Lady of Hoog Soeren

    by Eva Weggelaar1

  • Quite often it’s the not so life-threatening confrontation with life that we feel most threatened by. The standard of human fear is thus without definition. Everyone lays claim to a different host of particular sensitivities. We all have them,...

    Analysis of Tobias Wolff's "Hunters in the Snow"

    Analysis of Tobias Wolff's "Hunters in the Snow"

    by gclitty2

  • Bullies on the Web can be sung to the same rhythm and beat as “Riders On The Storm” (by, The Doors). A video is included. Enjoy!

    Bullies On The Web

    Bullies On The Web

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore3

  • William Wallace's battle cry, "Freedom!" resonates a deep chord in Americans' hearts. Perhaps it is the powerful war-voice of the bagpipes, the poetic thunder of a thousand hooves of Highland-bred horses, the brilliant flag-blue war paint on sweaty...

    Why We Love William Wallace: "Freedom!"

    Why We Love William Wallace: "Freedom!"

    by Ann Leavitt33

  • “Highway to the Danger Zone” (by, Kenny Loggins), is the choice rhythm and beat in which this short story, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sang to. Video included. Enjoy!

    Speedway to Donut Zone!

    Speedway to Donut Zone!

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore8

  • In life, she refused to touch the ground. After death, the ground refused to take her. This is a Dutch legend of the Veluwe.

    The Lady of Kwadenoord

    The Lady of Kwadenoord

    by Eva Weggelaar0

  • “Killing Me Softly” (by, Roberta Flack) is the choice rhythm and beat in which this short story, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sang to. Video included. Enjoy!

    Kingdom of Heaven

    Kingdom of Heaven

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore14

  • In the classic Marlowe play, Dr. Faustus makes a bargain with Mephistopheles: for twenty-four years of unlimited power he trades his soul. Unfortunately, Faustus learns too late that he got the raw end of the deal, but he turns his back on any chance of redemption.

    Doctor Faustus vs. Mephistopheles, or The Unfair Bargain

    Doctor Faustus vs. Mephistopheles, or The Unfair Bargain

    by Brittany Rowland7

  • The tale of a skinner, who drives around in his dogcart to collect dead horses, two murderers and a bewitched horse - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe

    How the Horror Got His Horse

    How the Horror Got His Horse

    by Eva Weggelaar0

  • The Sound of Silence (by, Simon and Garfunkel) is the choice rhythm and beat in which this story, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sang to. Video included. Enjoy!

    Whispers in The Heart

    Whispers in The Heart

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore8

  • “Another One Bites The Dust” (by Queen), has the intended rhythm and beat that my song lyrics “Reality Bites The Dust”, below, can be sung to. Enjoy!

    Reality Bites the Dust

    Reality Bites the Dust

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore13

  • Ccarlstead via Flickr CC-BY 2.0 The Lord’s Prayer is one of the basic and fundamental prayers in Christianity and most children grow up knowing it. In some schools, it is taught in the elementary level. However, to a person who is new to the...

    How to Remember All of the Lord's Prayer

    How to Remember All of the Lord's Prayer

    by Eword Media Unit14

  • A look at a story drawn from Norse mythology, concerning efforts to bind the great wolf, Fenrir, who was destined to play a significant role on Ragnarok - the end of the world in Norse myth.

    Norse Mythology: the Binding of Fenrir

    Norse Mythology: the Binding of Fenrir

    by Dallas Matier0

  • Pen names, or pseudonyms, have been used throughout history for various reasons. I use the pseudonym Cydro, although I can't cite a reason for source. Check out these authors that were a lot more successful than I am, and the reason they chose their pen names:

    Top 7 Most Famous Names That Are Actually Pen Names

    Top 7 Most Famous Names That Are Actually Pen Names

    by Blake Atkinson15

  • A Dutch legend about fishers and farmers along the coast of the Low Countries who were not required to pay taxes to the Franks but had to ferry the souls of the dead to the island of Brittia instead.

    The Night Ferry: Sailing Souls to England

    The Night Ferry: Sailing Souls to England

    by Eva Weggelaar0

  • I wrote this one for fear if I did not get it down in words, the percentage of me not remembering (all of) the text would be very high.

    My Restaurant

    My Restaurant

    by Kenneth Avery6

  • “I Ran” (Flock of Seagulls) is the choice rhythm and beat in which this short story, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sung to. Video included. Enjoy!

    Don’t Swim With The Sharks

    Don’t Swim With The Sharks

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore8

  • “Riders On The Storm” (by, The Doors), is the choice rhythm and beat in which this short story, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sang to. Video included. Enjoy!

    Pizza My Heart!

    Pizza My Heart!

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore10

  • “Love Hurts” (by, Nazareth), is the choice rhythm and beat in which this short story, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sang to. Video included. Enjoy!

    Cats Want To Kill Us!

    Cats Want To Kill Us!

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore6