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Top Voted Realistic Fiction

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#1
Central Park
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Central park, New York, 12:30 P.M. “Who’s Jared? Why does he keep calling you?” asks Alex  in his best attempt at a whispered interrogation. “He’s just a friend,” Vanessa lies, avoiding eye-contact with her highschool sweetheart,... (more »)
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My Math Teacher Isn't Dead
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I swear, my math teacher is NOT dead. I just know it. Now let me explain a few things, my math teacher, Ms. Young, went missing when I was 16, in my junior year at Greenwood High School. It was a tragic and completely unexpected event. Everyone... (more »)
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#3
Writing proposal
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Mak games A lost Realistic fiction Three-sentence description of the piece: Have you ever lost someone? It is really sad to lose someone you love.  I lost my best friend my dog. I plan to use these writing resources during this... (more »)
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#4
Reflections on a Lake
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It was the dock she would get splinters at when she was young.  Two smoother, newer oak docks flanked it on either side.  She had always liked that one the most, though, because it extended just a little bit further into the lake.  She let... (more »)
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NEW SCHOOL, NEW CRUSHES
By , Garland, TX
Emily's starting her first day at a new school in a new state. Her and her parents are new in the town and she just wants to be invisible this year. Jordan's starting his first day intriqued by the new girl. He has an embarrassing first... (more »)
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Mia and her Babysitting Nightmare
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     "She's a bit difficult Anna, but I know you can handle it!" Those are the words my mum spoke when she left with her friend Daisy.  I, being a teenager, was allowed to stay home alone while my mum was out exploring London with some of... (more »)
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#7
Dreams
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      David sat in the dim dusty corner while his entire world fell apart in front of his eyes. He flinched as thousands of rounds of gunshots pounded outside of the blood-drenched warehouse. Tears streamed down his bruised cheeks, and he... (more »)
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#8
Spiritual Antebellum
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I stand looking down at a sea of dark nothingness. Breathe in. Breathe out. Tears start to flow like a river down a mountain. The pure smell of wet soil fills the air, but it is masked by the stench of rotten trash left in the crevices of the... (more »)
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#9
The If
“The If” When I went to school in the morning, there was this one boy named Sebastian, and whenever he asked a question or created an excuse for not doing his homework, he would have a “what if” question. There was this one time in... (more »)
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#10
Only If
If I didn’t want to go to cheer camp, we would have been home. If only I brought my jacket, we wouldn’t have had to go back. If I didn't tell them to hurry up, we wouldn't have been speeding. If the deer didn’t run across the street, my... (more »)
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#11
The First Time
They decided to sneak out and hang out at the park. So Lacey told Scott, her friend she was skyping, what she was doing. He disagreed, but didn’t fight, and he let her go. Lacey walked past her parents room and looked down the closed door to... (more »)
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#12
Sentimental and...
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     As his left cheek pressed against the wooden wall, the cowboy’s eyes crept to the side of the dusty window. What he saw was lucid, but what he heard was distinct. A young woman was screaming at the top of her lungs, only to be... (more »)
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#13
Thoughts of a Freshman
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You stare at the blank screen in front of you, the surrounding silence is oddly deafening. Your own thoughts seem to be a jumbled mess as you try to recall what your momentary purpose is. Suddenly, the muffled sound of a vaguely familiar song... (more »)
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#14
Speed Is Crazy
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Speed is a crazy thing its taken the lives of many people am I scared of it? of course not i still chase it on a daily basis. Everything I do  try to do it at full speed. many people think im crazy and they're probably right but its my... (more »)
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Collided
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I turn the cool, steel doorknob and stroll into the expansive room. The walls are padded, as to keep the right noise in and other noises out. The room is laid out before me, the large clear plasma TV that sits directly in front of the oak desk... (more »)
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The River
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It was another cool, Spring day as the boy looked down into the clear water. He could see the fish swim in their schools and hear his friend's laughter from a few yards away. He delicately dipped his big toe in, trying not to disturb the... (more »)
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