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By Genre: Tragedy
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Sitting near the water weeping, a lovely maiden in deep despair.
Rated: 13+
~261 Words
Romance/Love, Death, Nature
Type: Poetry
Updated 10 years ago
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The heroism of the brave men on D-Day.
Rated: E
~137 Words
Emotional, Military, Tragedy
Type: Editorial
Updated 23 days ago
Here are a few popular charities to contribute to this pandemic Christmas 2020 in need.
Rated: E
~177 Words
Community, Tragedy, Personal
Type: Editorial
Updated about a year ago
How to Survive Disaster
Rated: E
~286 Words
Political, Philosophy, Tragedy
Type: Editorial
Updated 2 years ago
Reaction to grandson being stopped by undercover police officers
Rated: E
~636 Words
Tragedy, Community, Educational
Type: Editorial
Updated 3 years ago
Commentary on the communities response to Australian bush fires.
Rated: E
~845 Words
Opinion, Community, Tragedy
Type: Editorial
Updated 9 years ago
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On apathy and mourning for 9/11 and beyond.
Rated: ASR
~135 Words
Death, Tragedy, Emotional
Type: Poetry
Updated 18 years ago
Should they have let Imus go?
Rated: E
~207 Words
Career, Entertainment, Tragedy
Type: Editorial
Updated 16 years ago
We're not united as we were immediately after the tragedy that touched us all.
Rated: E
~467 Words
Cultural, Opinion, Tragedy
Type: Editorial
Updated 16 years ago
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The tragic ending to a police officer trying to respond to someone's aid.
Rated: 13+
~744 Words
Death, Tragedy
Type: Editorial
Updated 17 years ago
Some people want to make 9/11 a holiday. Here's what I think.
Rated: E
~269 Words
Opinion, Tragedy
Type: Editorial
Updated 19 years ago

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