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I think it is safe to say that my house has become a forest. However, it is an ill forest. There are no leaves and there is no grass. Just the brown tree trunks everywhere. Wood is made into many things such as paper, tables, and chairs. In my... (more »)
Teen Spirit
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   It smells like teen spirit in the dark blue bleachers. And sweat. As cheerleaders kick and flip around, the football players stare off into space or chat casually. This guy sitting next to me has his arms up and is pounding his fist in the... (more »)
Perfectly Imperfect
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If you just met Felicity, you would think she is perfect.  First of all, she is utterly gorgeous. She has long sandy blonde hair that falls down her back and the most beautiful blue eyes that mesmerize you. She also is a 4.0 student that all... (more »)
Hopelessly Lost
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Tanya is a 38-year-old single mom living every mother’s nightmare. Her husband left her, her oldest son, Jayden, is a drug addict, they are practically homeless, and she has to work two jobs in order to care for her four children. Her... (more »)
Movement
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She goes down to the oak tree where the last edge of waters’ way meets the brown of the soil. The spot is deep in the forest, off the beaten path of where her cabin lies. That spot is the only area in the forest where isolation meets movement.... (more »)
A Choice
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Samantha had two best friends growing up; their names were Jacqueline and Kelly. The three girls were inseparable. They were all going into sixth grade so they got along great. The girls did everything together for as long as any of them could... (more »)
Listen To Me
By , San Francisco, CA
Two months before: “ ‘When we consistently suppress and distrust our intuitive knowledge, looking instead for authority, validation, and approval from others, we give our power away.’ Shawti Gawain,” lectured Mr.... (more »)
My Life
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Bzz! Bzz! The noise reminding me to wake up, and live my life, is silenced by the press of a button. “Rosemary get up! You're going to miss the bus!” Her voice is like a piercing shriek, “Rosemary!” “Alright mom I heard you! I'm... (more »)
The Night Everything Changed
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Everything happened so fast. One second I was jamming to music with my twin sister, and the next we were submerged underwater, trapped inside our car. It was a cold December evening, and we were coming home from a party, across one of the... (more »)
Yeah, It's Him Again.
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   I can't focus. Not one bit. Not since he sat down across from me. I can't focus at all. His great sense of humor, his shrugging laugh, it's all beginning to be too much. I can't focus on my work. All I can do is glance up every now and then... (more »)
Emma.
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     Emma was stunning. She had long, beautiful, curly hair. She never let anyone know that she was upset, even though I knew she had to be on occasion. She was smart but in a quiet kind of way. The kind of intelligence that could... (more »)
My Blue Rose
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Tell me one thing? Did we ever mean anything to each other? Was any of it real? Or were you always my big blue rose. Something that I had to work off until the day I lay breaking in the millions of sharp shards of our love. You were my only... (more »)
Backbone
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The dirt was laced with sour weeds and writhing earthlings. I wasn’t sure if it was a worm I had swallowed, or just the stems of dewy Petunia; either would leave my stomach in somersaults after lunch. If I survived until then, that is.... (more »)
The Void
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Jamie was a liker of concrete answers. She liked crime shows that always found the criminal and punished them accordingly by the end of the episode, and she liked math because there were was always a logical answer at the end of the problem.... (more »)
Can't Leave Yet
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   I can't leave yet. Not now. Maybe when I get to high school, but not now. I can't leave yet. I wouldn't be able to. I want to know where I'm going, I'm not sure how to get there. I don't know when I'll get there, so I can't leave yet. I... (more »)
The Typical Teenage Life
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“I suppose I was never the same since that night. It was a night of terrors, the night the monsters came out from under the bed. The night when he died. Everything reminds me of him. The thought that I bought my dad last meal hangs over me... (more »)
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