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Our Story (Rik F) by Rik Framan about a girl's feeling to a boy who loves her n whom she loves 4T [78 words]
World's Oyster. by Terry Collett - [184 words]
Where's Flynn. by Terry Collett - [116 words]
War Sucks. by Terry Collett - [120 words]
Two Trenches. by Terry Collett - [158 words]
The Sad-Faced Barn by Chuk H MacDonald A reflection on the fate of the old family farm [129 words]
The Light We Saw by David C Garland - [114 words]
The Back Of Them. by Terry Collett - [191 words]
Tb Dances. by Terry Collett - [182 words]
Talk Of Battle. by Terry Collett - [277 words]
Swinger Of The Cane. by Terry Collett - [214 words]
Sex In The Park. by Terry Collett - [209 words]
Santa Monica Beach 1905. by Terry Collett - [227 words]
Remember That Day. by Terry Collett - [248 words]
Rajputana 1932 by Terry Collett - [157 words]
Nothing Of Him. by Terry Collett - [146 words]
New York 1943. by Terry Collett - [243 words]
Manhattan 1936. by Terry Collett - [178 words]
Lizzie Knew. by Terry Collett - [169 words]
Knee High To A Grasshopper by David C Garland A whimsical poem [164 words]
It's All There. by Terry Collett - [264 words]
Is That So. by Terry Collett - [149 words]
If I Opened The Door To Paradise by Dr Dan Edmunds - [208 words]
I Seek One To Listen by Dr Dan Edmunds - [96 words]
His Magic Has Untouched. by Terry Collett - [118 words]
Gran's Place. by Terry Collett - [372 words]
From Within by Dr Dan Edmunds - [11 words]
Even Though. by Terry Collett - [115 words]
Dil Dard Sa Bher Sa Jata by Sadaf Shahab Dil dard sa bhar sa jata ha janay kiya yad ata ha sochna jo chaoun to yad kuch nahee... [19 words]
Departure. by Terry Collett - [42 words]
Cork 1922. by Terry Collett - [149 words]
Chicago 1929. by Terry Collett - [207 words]
Celebrity Quest
California 1924 by Terry Collett - [268 words]
Calcutta 1944 by Terry Collett - [279 words]
Bronx 1933 by Terry Collett - [302 words]
Back Again. by Terry Collett - [195 words]
Always Felt. by Terry Collett - [166 words]
Allergies by David C Garland Poem -- hopefully amusing. [214 words]
All In His Mind. by Terry Collett - [165 words]
Who Painted What. by Terry Collett - [261 words]
Where Baby Died. by Terry Collett - [173 words]
What Colin Saw. by Terry Collett - [110 words]
Vampire Girl. by Terry Collettt - [146 words]
Twin Towers. by Terry Collett - [25 words]
This Time.(Poem) by Terry Collett - [68 words]
Things Performed. by Terry Collett - [233 words]
The Fallen by R Duncan This is for all our fallen soldiers [141 words]
The Day. by Terry Collett - [140 words]
Tangled Web.(Poem) by Terry Collett - [61 words]
She Knew All This. by Terry Collett - [152 words]
Sea Of Destiny by Mike Piotrowski Just another surreal poem! [60 words]
Sandwiched Hurt. by Terry Collett - [192 words]
Quest For Love by David C Garland A lyric for a song [127 words]
Pride Always Comes Before The Fall by Ryly A Davis heyy, im not sure when i wrote this poem, but i think it was the summer of l... [173 words]
Pensive Girl. by Terry Collett - [204 words]
Old School Kinda Love by Charity B Baez This is the kinda love i'm looking for...it's a spoken word piece...so u might not be abl... [370 words]
Now And Then.(Poem) by Terry Collett - [170 words]
New School Kinda Love by Charity B Baez Just my thoughts and views on Love in today's world. [287 words]
Mother Left. by Terry Collett - [137 words]
Miss Pretty And The Dim Night. by Terry Collett - [69 words]
Looking At Trees. by Terry Collett - [153 words]
I'm Truly Tired.... by Charity B Baez I'm truly truly tired...and I want to give in....but cant... [150 words]
His Last Letter. by Terry Collett - [184 words]
Henry In Paris. by Terry Collett - [166 words]
Gran's Photograph. by Terry Collett - [276 words]
Finn Danced The Jig. by Terry Collett - [151 words]
February 14th by Mike Piotrowski Enjoy... [62 words]
Entering The Cloister. by Terry Collett - [191 words]
Crossing The Bridge. by Terry Collett - [242 words]
Connor's Thoughts. by Terry Collett - [400 words]
Close The Curtains. by Terry Collett - [184 words]
Cathleen Muses. by Terry Collett - [249 words]
Bronagh's Bath. by Terry Collett - [342 words]
Bloody Sunday. by Terry Collett - [234 words]
Auntie's List. by Terry Collett - [194 words]
Anna & Babi Yar. by Terry Collett - [71 words]
Aileen Listens. by Terry Collett - [263 words]
After The Photo. by Terry Collett - [179 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Celebrity Quest
DESCRIPTION
Poem about the celebrity culture
[142 words]
AUTHOR
David C Garland
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Aged 75 -- presently writing third novel. Background in journalism, television.
[February 2010]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (6)
Allergies (Poetry) Poem -- hopefully amusing. [214 words] [Comedy]
I Need To Win The Lottery (Poetry) A bit of fun [240 words]
Knee High To A Grasshopper (Poetry) A whimsical poem [164 words] [Comedy]
My Britain (Poetry) Food special to Britain [92 words]
Quest For Love (Poetry) A lyric for a song [127 words] [Drama]
The Light We Saw (Poetry) - [114 words] [Romance]
Celebrity Quest
David C Garland

I want to be a celebrity, I possess the essential tools,
I know exactly what to do, Iíve noted all the rules.
First of all, forget the brain, leave it back in Peckham
Then learn how those in Essex speak, like Posh and David Beckham.
The next objective is quite clear, at least so said my lovely mother.
ĎGet yourself on television, on somefing like Big Bruvver.í
Providing I emerge victorious, from that debilitating feat
Next step then is a photo shoot with OK, Hello and Heat.
Once Iím on the covers of those three glitzy magazines,
Iíll contact Simon Cowell (dressed in nerdy, chest-high jeans)
And grab a spot on X Factor or Americaís got Talent.
Once thatís done and Iím a star, youíll realise I havenít
A thing to say thatís worth a jot, but I can clearly claim
That I am now a celebrity and can milk my instant fame.

 

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 2010 David C Garland
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
March 2010
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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