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If A Writer Ignores These 3 Words The Story Is Over - Andy Guerdat via FilmCourage.com.
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Not long zamani people believed that in the future we would work less,have zaidi free time,and be zaidi relaxed.But sadly this has not happened.Today we work harder,work longer hours,and are zaidi stressed than 10 years ago.We walk faster,talk faster,and sleep less than awali generations.And although we are obsessed with machines which save us time,we have less free time than our parents and grandparents had.But what is this doing to our health?An American journalist James Gleick in a new book,Faster:the acceleration of just about everything,says that people who live in cities are suffering from...
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posted by ZekiYuro
Here are some zaidi texts from people.
1.Writing and then sending a funny e-mail au text message to my friends.And of course,imagining their faces when they read it.

2.I really like driving at night when there's no traffic,listening to my favourite music.I feel completely free.

3.Staying in kitanda on Sunday morning and kusoma the newspaper.Then getting up very late and having my dog for a walk.

4.I enjoy going to the jym and really getting tired then taking a long hot kuoga followed kwa a nice hot cup of tea.There's nothing better.

5.Turning off my computer at the end of the day.Leaving work,and getting into my car to go home!It's the best moment of the day.I upendo it!
posted by ZekiYuro
Imagine,John Lennon's most famous song,was recently voted"Britain's favourite song of all time".It's an idealistic song about peace and hope for a better world.
"Imagine all the people living life in peace."The song was a big hit in 1971,and again in 1980 when Lennon was murdered in New York.It became a hit for a third time after the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001.

But who really wrote the song?Until recently the answer to this swali was always John Lennon.But on a TV programme this week Lennon's wife,Yoko Ono,spoke for the first time about how she,in fact,helped to write the song....
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posted by Insight357
When hate is in your heart
Don’t be afraid to tear yourself apart
Through your demonic fear
Until wewe hear
The angels sing
Thy blessing
When wewe hear heaven’s
Yell wewe wonder if the seven
Of sins were committed
It was wewe who committed them
And wewe wil burn for sin

wewe are consumed kwa wretched flames
And through everyones aims
wewe are never hit
Nor bit
kwa the moto consuming you


Screams from hell
Sound like ringing from a bell
Things of silence
Are really screams
People of benevolence
Have bright beams
Of hope and light

wewe are consumed kwa wretched flames
And through everyones aims
wewe are never hit
Nor bit
kwa the moto consuming you

We are listening
We aren’t missing
We know what lies within
So raise your chin
Look at the world with your pessimistic gleam
And seem
All so picture perfect
Chapter one
Okay this is a really bila mpangilio stroy but I was bored and I couldn't get this idea out of my head. In my opinion it is really badly written so sorry.

“Okay Class, wewe have the rest of the period to finish this quiz. This is the last grade before your midterm so work well, and remembers what we studied,” alisema my Mr. Grazing, my math teacher. He was the kind of teacher kids pick on and make fun of behind his back. I hate math, so I don’t care for him as a teacher much. He usually wears a sweater vest and weird 1950 glasses that squeeze his nose at the tip.

I stared at the Chapter...
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posted by EmzLovesCheryl
About me and my amazing best friend <3



Me and my best friend
My best friend and me,
We were always together
Inseperable wewe see.
Our imaginary games
Our funny little chats,
That special secret language
The vichimbakazi and the cats.
The way we always laughed
At every single thing,
The way we loved to dance
Dance and act and sing!

You were always my partner
In everything I did,
Always together
Just like twins they said.
You'd help me with my homework
You've always been clever,
And then I'd help wewe with your story
We'd imagine those kind of things together.
I could skip and hop and twirl around
And I always knew,
That...
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posted by mitchie19
1. L E T T E R
Dear Mariah,
I and your father are expecting to leave for the upcoming season.
Your father got accepted as a manager of a company in United States and I have to be there to guide him. If you’re wondering whose going to take care of wewe Norah will be there. She’ll be with wewe for a while. Don’t worry me and your father will call wewe to check on wewe and Norah okay? And expect us that we won’t be there in your graduation and we will always be there to support you. I left your emergency money kwa the fridge and your money for expenses. Please save your money, we’ll use...
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posted by Bella_Swan3
How are the winners determined from the losers? Easy. Whoever gave in first.

And if no one gives in?

Giving in is often easier. But not the desirable choice.

Taylor tapped the glass coated floor. The tiny black droplet that bloomed on her forefinger fell with a soft plink on a pembetatu of glass below.

Taylor cautiously lifted the shard to the light. There it was. A small stain, barely the size of a pinhead, darkening the glass.

That's all I am. Just a flaw on an otherwise clear surface.

Just a flaw. A mistake that was never meant to be.

"I'm leaving," Taylor muttered to herself, getting back to her feet. She strode towards the corner, vanishing just as soon as the shadow fell over to embrace her slight form.

She closed her eyes and felt the end of her plait, fumbling with it until wove free.

She knew where she was going, if only this once.

But when she got there? She hadn't thought that far.
Chapter 1- Star
On a warm summers evening, (all that once upon a time thing makes me feel sick, I swear) the secret Hultimore mitaani, mtaa was silent, with exceptions of course. The crunch of gravel under the feet of a lonely traveller was amiss.
The One.
People would do anything to be away from him. This man was different. He was the type of person that hated to be thought the same as anyone else so he made sure everyone knew he was different from every single being, he was most powerful. But that was about to change.
Carol Beech was expecting a baby in any minute. She was sat in a red armchair...
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posted by iluvtheshow
I remember the siku I fell in love.
Not just simple love.
No, this was head over heels, I'd die for wewe love.
I remember where I fell in love.
A small middle school in a small town.
A place wewe could easily miss.
I remember the my matchmaker.
A short women, but with zaidi moto then wewe could ever imagine.
zaidi passion for what she does then I had ever seen.
I remember my girlfriends who were with me.
My athletic, sassy, fun-loving chicks.
My flirting consultants.
I remember him.
Good God, he was beautiful.
Yes, I remember the siku I fell in love.
True Love.
Head over heels love.
With..................
Basketball.

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This is dedicated to my first real mpira wa kikapu coach. She taught me not just how to play basketball, but how to be part of a team. I have so much respect for her and I know I should thank her everyday for helping me fall in love. For Coach Joy.
8 Sequence Approach To uandishi A Screenplay kwa Chapman Professor Paul Joseph Gulino via FilmCourage.com.
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uandishi A Screenplay For The First Time kwa Nadia Jordan via FilmCourage.com.
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3 dakika Rule Screenwriters Should Know kwa Chapman Professor Dr. Connie shears via FilmCourage.com.
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Confidence To Write The First Screenplay - Matthew Berkowitz via FilmCourage.com.
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Lessons From The First Screenplay kwa Mark Harris via FilmCourage.com.
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posted by edencharles
Eden Brolin enacts an 18-year-old cruddy, somewhat unbalanced pixie, who along with her friends, turns out to be the target of a sorcerers’ cult. She doesn’t seem whom wewe would call a strong woman and its refreshing we get this in horror movies. She seems inayofuata door normal unruly girl. Her character has no outstanding characteristic, the artist somehow gives her depth. We see it in her eyes and body language.
Blood Bound plot. No it is not cute, it’s not simple; it’s pessimist and frightful. The story is suggestive of Rosemary’s Baby, which does not seem accidental.
It is 2019, and we’re still exploring age-old subjects like Wicca, human sacrifice and sects. Somehow, those subgenres stand the test of time. Horror stories built around pregnancy never get old either, for obvious reasons. As saturated as these themes may be, in horror cinema these days, Blood Bound manages to impress and surprise. It’s its own thing.
posted by Okkkkk11111
This mermaid spell could work so be careful.you will need a cup of water and a lot of salt and also a necklace/bracelet the insructions are wewe are going to put the salt in to the cup of water and wewe put the necklace/bracelet in to the salty water and say this spell: mermaids mermaids here my plea I want a Mermaid tail and powers.mermaids mermaids this is my plea so make it come true. After wewe say the say the spell wewe put on the necklace/bracelet and thats it. But wewe don't get to choose your mermaid tail and powers.