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Chase It!
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He wasn’t stupid. He could see the mocking faces, he could hear the nasty comments, he could feel the judgmental stares. But of course no one knew that, or they just didn’t care. Every day at this college was a living hell, but it was a... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
The Smell of the Rain
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     I never would have thought that graduating would be such a bitter time. I never would have thought it would be so difficult to abandon the building where our brains were fried for seven hours a day. I never would have thought that... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
When Reggie met Jay
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    I sat in my bed, mindlessly scrolling through social media. After seeing the twentieth couple picture of the evening, I dropped my phone on my bed with a groan. I rubbed my eyes, static ruining my vision for a few seconds, before sitting... (more »)
Subsection: Sci-fi/Fantasy Articles  
Under Hamilton's Command
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A bullet from a gun belonging to British soldier dressed in a red coat whizzed by his ear. Jack Crofton quickly turned his head to glare at the enemy soldier that had almost hit his target. Jack then dived into the trench that had been dug by... (more »)
Subsection: Historical Fiction  
Unstable
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I could still hear the screams in the background. Numerous voices were running through my head as I ran over to catch him. The pulse, the sweat, and the tears streamed down my cold cheekbones. The cold air pushed against my shoulders while soft... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
You Can't Take It With You
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They say that you can’t take it with you, but here I stand at the gates of Heaven with an old green overfull bookbag on the shoulders of my soul. “Next,” calls Saint Peter. He stands behind a counter connected to a conveyer... (more »)
Cadenas
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One day in August, a janitor working at the University of Bridgeport campus went to Seaside Park. The janitor had been walking through Seaside Park every weekend for ten years. Just the same as ever, he took a walk along the shoreline. After a... (more »)
Subsection: Action-Adventure Articles  
Heart Ache
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As I lie on my back, staring up towards the ceiling, I can’t help but wonder “why?”. Moments in life such as this will forever remain a mystery, yet I continue to ask myself “why?”. I do not think that there will ever be an answer that... (more »)
Subsection: Romance Articles  
Yalesong
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Way up on the millionth floor there was a little girl. Alone, Yale clutched her pink teddy bear to her chest. Peering down at the endless space below, Yale's heart beat like a hummingbird's. Her pale pink eyes once filled with laughter were now... (more »)
Subsection: Sci-fi/Fantasy Articles  
The Road
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The thin brown paper fluttered as the cool air from the car’s vent hit it. Christopher sat quietly on the plastic seats cheaply made to resemble leather as his parents frantically whispered to each other from the front of the car. They were... (more »)
Subsection: Thriller/Mystery Articles  
Daffodil Fields
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John was a stubborn boy. He supposed he got it from his father, though the only reason he thought so was because his mom said so. He guessed that this wasn’t a good thing by the annoyed and worrisome look his mother gave him whenever she... (more »)
Subsection: Sci-fi/Fantasy Articles  
Flutter
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I sat at my usual coffee spot outside of the metropolitan city, staring aimlessly outside the window of the Bay Area. My coffee cup sat unsteadily on the edge of the table, the last remaining dregs of my third cup was left abandoned at the bottom.... (more »)
The Mirror
By , Ormond Beach, FL
Terrible dreams plagued me that night.  Visions of death and hellfire filled my sleeping mind, tugging at the seams of my conscience, begging to be released.  When finally I awoke that morning, I felt like I had walked around the... (more »)
Subsection: Thriller/Mystery Articles  
The Dragon Who Crashed a Ball
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Valynne held up her arms and stared at the cream white ceiling as her maid tightened the constricting corset around her waist. “Is this really necessary?” she muttered, barely able to breathe. She felt as if her lungs were being pushed up... (more »)
Subsection: Sci-fi/Fantasy Articles  
4-11-16
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Checking my briefcase one more time, I ran my fingers along the files as I sat down in a seat across from Terminal 7, where I would be boarding. I began to fidget, trying to make myself look less lonely and nervous when a woman not too much... (more »)
Beware of the Mermaids
By , Ormond Beach, FL
The creak of wood and the snap of cloth in the wind was every sailors' lullaby. The sky was clear, and the sun beat down on the large ship headed due north. Sailors scurried from bow to starboard, dripping in sweat and weary from months at sea.... (more »)
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