James Esposito grew up projects in Brooklyn in the 1980's. His whole life being haunted by his fear of turning into his abusive alcoholic father. While has parents come in and out of his life, he finds guidance in his English teacher who his helps explore his love for writing and to come to terms with his sexuality, discovering that he is falling madly in love with his best friend. James battles himself and his close-minded environment to come out and find who he truly is.
A teen boy and his Gay best friend spot a girl in the Agora one day, and the auburn youth falls head over heels -- much to his friend's surprise. A week later, the boy has a plan to meet her and sets it into action.
**This is an extended preview of my long poem on a classic subject. There are ten Parts to Hymenaios, or the Marriage of the God of Marriage, and this is the entirety of Part II. Please enjoy while I continue to prepare the other Parts for posting.**
This fictional story shows how people from different backgrounds can try to support others in a time of desperation, few real tales of homelessness have a happy ending.
It is written as a tribute to those who in the past and present have given and continue to give either time, money or other support to homeless shelters across the globe. Also in the hope that it will inspire others to do so in the future in whatever small way that they are able.
If mythologies both extant and extinct teach a single unflinching truth, it is that mortals and gods never live peacefully together. Most people have forgotten this lesson; the gods, on the other hand, have not.
One evening, in one man’s life when everything will change.
Shaun’s disabled leg has affected his entire life, causing a downward spiral he neither likes nor can live with. It is not just that his life is on hold, it is now falling backwards. On holiday in Scarborough (A northern English seaside resort), he finally faces the realities of his life and decides to take matters into his own hands. A walk along the town’s promenade to clear his thoughts and to help him make up his mind, if only the town’s numerous seagulls would stop following him.
Real life underdog Ezra from small-town Minnesota has a dream! He will perform on the grandest stage of all - KADA Wrestling! Excitable, intense and carrying the fervor and determination of ten people in his little body, the eighteen-year-old rookie wrestler is more than willing to risk it all in the face of his overprotective boyfriend, manipulative mother and the clock. After all, Ezra only desires to live the richest life he can while he can.