Short Stories featuring Heritage

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jbo
jbo Gifted Writer Live, learn and yearn Twitter@jboMedia

St Davids Day -(True Religious History Series)- Welsh Heritage

St David's day St Patricks day hailed by our cousins across the channel. But how many of you have heard of this Saint? Or even Wales for that matter?? Happy St Davids day Commaful

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nlkingston
nlkingston As above, So below

“Black women do too much”

This poem is called Forgotten Heritage. It is not meant to offend anyone. But it is meant to make a statement. Feedback is welcomed

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thislittlelight
thislittlelight Gifted Writer even a tiny flame can defeat the dark

This Little Light

A villanelle about the heritage of faith.

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jbo
jbo Gifted Writer Live, learn and yearn Twitter@jboMedia

Little Known, Little Wales {A Welsh Cyrch A Chwta}

Little known nation of wales. A welsh style as I did an sonnet to my Yorkshire heritage I thought it seemed fit to do one for the Welsh. If, you ever get the chance to visit it is a land of awe and fo...

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sassmyass1
sassmyass1 Commaful Star Royalty of Commaful

Rail on a Bitch

Rail: Riot

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jbo
jbo Gifted Writer Live, learn and yearn Twitter@jboMedia

Civilisation IIV {Established History} Bloodlines unified by War (first edit)

Civilisation IIV delving into the ancient history of the world. We can see how we are unified and how heritage is for us all.

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snkanawati
snkanawati Community member

Sarah of Two

Sarah was born to Alice and Karim Asfour during the fairly sunny summer of 1903. They lived contentedly in a modest yet lovely house off the outskirts of Charleston, S.C. , in a smaller municipality ...

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