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Your Eyes Shine
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Your eyes shine. They're warm and big and I swear I could get lost in them and never find my way out. They pierce through my heart and I think that's why it beats a little faster when I see you. I never thought I’d see anything as clear and... (more »)
Subsection: Romance Articles  
Your Eyes Shine
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Your eyes shine. They're warm and big and I swear I could get lost in them and never find my way out. They pierce through my heart and I think that's why it beats a little faster when I see you. I never thought I’d see anything as clear and... (more »)
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Accepted
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“Whatever you do, good or bad, people will always have something negative to say”. It was Jackie’s first day of high school, which meant she was starting her freshman year. She was ecstatic about that, and simply couldn't... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
Eyelash Wishes
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The stale air of this building makes my nose itch and I wonder what I’m doing here. I rub my eyes, tired from the night before, even though I went to bed at 9 while my friends got drunk off a few bottles of beer and some wine coolers in... (more »)
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Brothers
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I was sitting in the living room with my brother, Allen. We laughed as we listened to the radio together. I looked up at him smiling.   “Hey Allen?” I asked. He looked down at me, his grin never leaving his face.... (more »)
Subsection: Historical Fiction  
Brothers
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I was sitting in the living room with my brother, Allen. We laughed as we listened to the radio together. I looked up at him smiling.   “Hey Allen?” I asked. He looked down at me, his grin never leaving his face.... (more »)
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The Unexpected
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First day back at college after 10 glorious weeks of Netflix and junk food. Slouching down in my uncomfortable plastic seat, I look out the window. It hasn't all been fun and games though. I wish it was, although that doesn't change what... (more »)
Subsection: Action-Adventure Articles  
Insistence
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When the alien had spoken to him, he understood. The living really are dead. Trees really do still live once they’ve been hacked into tables. The boy smiled when the alien comprehended what he had said. Though the boy and the... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
Love in the Time of Mara Salvatrucha This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Ten of them in all, like salted fish in a tin can, or caramelized fruit, the kind of things picked ripe and lifelike from the native Salvadoran trees before they were skinned and skewered and shipped in minuscule containers all over the world.... (more »)
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Joy Forfeited This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Domed by an infinite canvas of wispy blue, I trudged across the unbroken layer of snow, where dead golden pale prairie grass stuck up through the icy layer. I pulled my burgundy sweater tighter around myself, breathing in sharply at the shrill... (more »)
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Joy Forfeited This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Domed by an infinite canvas of wispy blue, I trudged across the unbroken layer of snow, where dead golden pale prairie grass stuck up through the icy layer. I pulled my burgundy sweater tighter around myself, breathing in sharply at the shrill... (more »)
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Till the End
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The wind whipped against my stinging cheeks as the salty water rushed down my face in a waterfall. I swung my legs in the air on the cliff overlooking the entire city. The lights danced along as I swept my eyes across every little thing, the... (more »)
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Till the End
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The wind whipped against my stinging cheeks as the salty water rushed down my face in a waterfall. I swung my legs in the air on the cliff overlooking the entire city. The lights danced along as I swept my eyes across every little thing, the... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
A Writer's Epidemic
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You are a writer. It is one of those days, when the weather is slightly foggy and the atmosphere is slightly gloomy. No one is messaging you nor are you messaging anyone. Reruns are playing of old classics, ones you have watched before you... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
The Inmate
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The ocean's breeze hit him in his visage with such delicacy. The feeling was similar to an aroma of newly bloomed primroses hugging your nostrils during the spring. Yet Jimmy Anderson did not realize that this was one of his last moments as a... (more »)
Subsection: Thriller/Mystery Articles  
Shadows
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The shadows hid his face; the wind choked away his voice. But the darkness couldn't swallow his gun. It was there, glistened by the moonlight, just as plainly as if we were standing beneath the sun's bright rays. The wind died away to... (more »)
Subsection: Thriller/Mystery Articles  
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