Tags » Written Pieces

Always a Patient

Frank is a 38 year old who was admitted into hospital with pain in his stomach and a rapid heart rate.

Frank was also admitted to hospital with shortness of breath and high blood pressure, but this time he was 72 years old. 1,059 more words

Written Pieces

Donna Turner: Bellydancer

By day Donna Turner sits in an office typing out reports, but when evening rolls around she puts on a jingling coin belt and blasts Shakira’s ‘Hips Don’t Lie’ until she stand the song anymore. 1,252 more words

Written Pieces

A Different Kind of Spring Break

Things that usually come to mind when you think of spring break include sun, sand and surf (and maybe even some booze, right?). But for hundreds of college students, their spring break consisted mostly of waking up early, working hard and working in a team (and hardly any time to relax). 1,412 more words

Written Pieces

Tunnel Of Oppression

The doorway is veiled by black curtains and only a few are allowed to enter at a time. When you do pass through the draped black fabric you find yourself entering more and more small rooms, each enclosed by the same black material. 1,228 more words

Written Pieces

Belconnen woman charged with drug-driving

14 October 2013

A Belconnen woman has lost her license for six months and been fined $200 in the ACT Magistrates Court today for driving under the influence of recreational drugs. 393 more words

Written Pieces

Can I Please be Quiet?

I have always had many questions on my mind on who I am. It remained a continual conflict trying to reconcile who I believed I was with whom the world claimed I should become. 205 more words

Written Pieces

Letter to my generation of young Ghanaians. Part I.

When I started writing this, I had many questions of where to start from or where not to. Where to end, and where not to. 1,125 more words


Wintony Sands reblogged this on The Writer and commented:

making a mental note...