This is a page from the diary of a freshman college student that I found it at a rummage sale.
I found this in the hallways of my high school two years ago.
Found this crumpled up into a tight little ball, on the street in the fairly downtrodden Tenderloin District. Kinda sad that such a heartfelt message of hope got discarded with such intention.
This is from a school journal I found lying on the street. What follows is sea sickness, famine, and one hellish night spent on a floating plank of wood in black freezing water. That’s enough to seize the darkest corners of insanity … because she stole a lighter. Stay tuned.
A friend of mine (janitor) found a diary while taking out the trash. Sarah is just your average boy crazy 5th grader.
Workplace conflict … one guy’s side of the story.
Found this hidden in between several folded pages inside of a textbook in my English class. Seems like an in-class journal entry at first, but then you notice the giant F—. Probably a joke between friends. I’d love to know where this spawned from.
The author of this New Year’s Day reflection looks to be a very lonely and dramatic 18-year old. I’ve got a feeling he’d make a really good boyfriend if she’d ever give him a chance. New Year’s get better once you’re old enough to drink.
I found this at the post office. I was standing in line and it was either forgotten or discarded with a stack of envelopes. I hope Anne appreciates the journal Carolyn apparently gave her, poor Carolyn and her messy soul!
I work at a recycling center (and find enough things to start my own ‘found’ site). I thought this was FOUND-worthy because of the author’s unique style. Maybe they’re now hard at work on the next “great American novel???”