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Top Voted Realistic Fiction

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#1
Do you hear me?
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I TOLD YOU I WAS BROKEN I TOLD YOU I CAN’T BE FIXED WHY DIDN’T YOU LISTEN TO ME! Why didn't you listen to me? I was pleading for your help I WAS SCREAMING FOR SOMEONE ANYONE, i was screaming for you. I get it you were busy off in your... (more »)
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#2
malignant
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i think it hits you slowly the way you let the tide drink you in, and when you bend your neck back you can still swallow the regret and remorse in small morsels down your throat I don't know much about sadness. but I know enough about the sea... (more »)
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#3
My Future
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“What do you want to be in the future?” Since I was a kid, the people around me would like to ask: “What do you want to do in the future?” This has happened at least 10 times a year. I find that each year my answer becomes more and... (more »)
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#4
Just a Dream
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       When they left it was tragic. Nobody knew this day was coming. Out of the blue is how my Aunt described it. “Why aren’t you sad?,” I yelped. This can’t be happening. They were my everything.  They all meant everything to me... (more »)
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#5
Not Always As They Appear
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Yet again I sit alone in at my desk with my journal and a pencil and I write. My stories take me everywhere from made up worlds to simple adventures around my town. My stories were the only place where things made sense.  The small town I... (more »)
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#6
Should I, I Can't
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“Should I?” “I cant,” I say to myself every day, when thinking about my kids. I am Mary, and, my kids are Ella, Jake, Henry, and Cat. Ella is 17, Jake is 16, Henry is 14, and Cat Is 13. Ella has countless boyfriends... (more »)
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An Inconceivable Trip
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  My little 7 year old girl, Allison, went outside to play on the Saturday, the 21st of June in the year before last, just like any other girl would do on a pleasant summer day.  It felt like a normal sunny and dry summer day just... (more »)
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#8
The Tide Recedes
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 She sat where the deep green water bled into the sand, and dug her cracked heels deeper into the shore. The gulf air blew through her hair and swept it back into the ocean breeze. She was wearing soggy denim shorts, a black tank top, and... (more »)
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#9
Final Day
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Today is my last day. I can feel it in my heart. I can also see the way God has enhanced the world around me so that I could remember it at its best. From what I can see through this hospital window, the leaves look extra crisp outside as they... (more »)
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#10
Starbucks Academy
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      “Can I take your order?” The barista was a bottle blonde, wearing more makeup than anyone should, and incredibly tall - though here, she would probably be called a Venti. Thin, too. I couldn’t see her eyes, but I was willing to... (more »)
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#11
A Year of Memories
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A year is a long, long time.   A year ago, this brick building contained everything. My past, my future, my hopes and dreams - me.   But today it is silent as I push open the door, empty of the usual sounds of piano music and dull... (more »)
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#12
A Million Times
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Two weeks after Christmas, the box of candy canes lay on the splintered wooden table, untouched.  The plastic packaging still smooth and tightly wound on the cardboard box with the distorted image of a jolly, rosy-cheeked Santa Claus plastered... (more »)
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#13
Trusting Deceit
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The air was warm and fresh accented with an aroma of fresh brewed coffee and tea. The titter of keyboard keys, pages turning, mugs clinking, people chatting, a peaceful buzz was about the quaint little coffee shop. Emma had come to like this... (more »)
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#14
Losing
Jane never felt this feeling before.  She had butterflies in her stomach, her heart was racing.  He was unbelievably handsome, more than any movie star to walk this earth.  Jane didn’t know him too well, she didn’t... (more »)
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A Case Closed in Blood
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     They say he's a madman; that's the title the detectives thought up. What, with all of the dreadful murders around town, who wouldn't say it was some loon? I caught word that someone just found the mangled corpse of Shelby Patterson... (more »)
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The Tunnel
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1 “‘I’m leaving you!’, she said. ‘Good, get out! This is the third time that I’ve caught you in bed with another dude!’ I said. ‘Well, you’re no more than a lazy sack of s***! All... (more »)
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