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Lovely is the Tragedy By Kentrell Blanche
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He made promises And I believed; He said that He would never leave.. But, This house is empty- There is no movement; I played his game- I didn't plan on losing.. And I have lost it all; My tender... More > heart Was retrieved And tossed- All in one moment, All in an instant; He loved But, He was not consistent.. And I pray That this feeling passes soon And that I will be able To tell the tale Without sinking to all new lows; In the beginning, Pages of happiness Were all we wrote; I guess I’m never prepared When a chapter Must come to a close< Less
A Tragedy Unfolds By Mark Dickinson
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A Collection of Poetry, Lyrics and Short Stories. As you can tell by the title, the subject matter is a bit grim and there are no happy endings, no one riding off into the sunset or living... More > happily ever after. Within these pages, tales of misery, woe, loss and despair dwell. The stuff that life is made of. Some may find it morbid but I hope many enjoy wandering down the dark dismal passages of the unfortunate and the down trodden. Hoping they do not succumb to the same fate as those confined to these pages...< Less
A Tragedy Unfolds By Mark Dickinson
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A Collection of Poetry, Lyrics and Short Stories. As you can tell by the title, the subject matter is a bit grim and there are no happy endings, no one riding off into the sunset or living... More > happily ever after. Within these pages, tales of misery, woe, loss and despair dwell. The stuff that life is made of. Some may find it morbid but I hope many enjoy wandering down the dark dismal passages of the unfortunate and the down trodden. Hoping they do not succumb to the same fate as those confined to these pages...< Less
Misery. Loves. Tragedy By Dustin Thompson
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Over my lifetime poetry has been my main outlet for all of my sadness, despair, anger, and happiness. This collection is a piece of my feelings put down into words, and it is my hope that it will be... More > able to help someone sort through all of those feelings by reading it, the same way it helped me by writing it.< Less
The Lees of Happiness By Francis Scott Fitzgerald
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Of this story I can say that it came to me in an irresistible form, crying to be written. It will be accused perhaps of being a mere piece of sentimentality, but, as I saw it, it was a great deal... More > more. If, therefore, it lacks the ring of sincerity, or even, of tragedy, the fault rests not with the theme but with my handling of it.< Less
Accidental Happiness By Meredith Rachek
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What if your life changed overnight? For Brian and Becky, the late hours of an early August night young love was irrevocably transformed into tragedy. In a story that declares the strength and... More > resilience of those on the cusp of adulthood and represents all that young love can be; Accidental Happiness takes its reader on an emotional journey which explores every facet of love and loss.< Less
Nothing But Happiness By Brandon King
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Years ago, my world was full of darkness, pain, and depression. I couldn't wrap my head around the events that were about to take place after my parents' divorce. Going through this was difficult,... More > but I knew some day, I would see the light. We all encountered negative life experiences that had a tremendous impact on us. Sadly, these tragedies are unavoidable. But through it all, it is important to know, you have everything in you to be the light of this world. Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times. I have found the light and so can you! I hope from reading my adventure, you are encouraged to attack what's stopping you from achieving the happiness you are looking for.< Less
Nothing But Happiness By Brandon King
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Years ago, my world was full of darkness, pain, and depression. I couldn't wrap my head around the events that were about to take place after my parents' divorce. Going through this was difficult,... More > but I knew some day, I would see the light. We all encountered negative life experiences that had a tremendous impact on us. Sadly, these tragedies are unavoidable. But through it all, it is important to know, you have everything in you to be the light of this world. Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times. I have found the light and so can you! I hope from reading my adventure, you are encouraged to attack what's stopping you from achieving the happiness you are looking for.< Less
Happy Endings are Extra By Ashraf Johaardien
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Happy Endings Are Extra involves a fateful love triangle between gay, bi-sexual and straight characters. With just the flick of its title, Ashraf Johaardien's oh-so-clever script funnels a Cape Town... More > subculture of open relationships and rent-boys through the hideous fatalism of Greek Tragedy. – Peter Crawley (The Irish Times) – This mature, considered, and highly enjoyable play is set in Cape Town. The design is well-suited to the material: a simple set presents the unfolding scenario by means of well-choreographed snapshots into the lives of the three characters. As the flashbulb clicks and the two-second black-outs splice one scene with the next we enter a world where the monotone of the missionary position in well-kept Cape Town suburbs is interrupted by the dazzling, unsleeping world of massage parlours, boys for rent and sex for cash. – Deborah Seddon (LitNet, South Africa) –< Less
Happiness Is a Lost Island By Lise O'Farrell
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The author grew up in Mahe, the largest island of the Seychelles archipelago, separated from Africa, the nearest continent, by a thousand miles of ocean. Life in this small British colony was as... More > close as one could come on Earth to life on a separate planet. The outside world did little to engage the minds of a population that was largely self-sufficient, that found enough of interest in its own communal life, and that normally spoke French or the local Creole patois. The rhythm of daily life still followed the pattern established in the eighteenth century by the French settlers who colonised the islands. The isolation of this little world was ended with the opening of the international airport in 1974, followed shortly by independence, tourists, and many changes.The Seychelles of Lise's youth has gone. Even without its gripping story of love and loss, passion and tragedy, this novel would stand as a unique record of that vanished place and time.< Less

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