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The Pain
By , Dover, KY
This pain is killing me. Feeling bad but getting up and getting dressed for school anyway. I hate all types of pain whether it'd be physical pain where your body is actually aching or emotional pain where your heart is what is aching. Many... (more »)
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We are approaching Sofia, prepare for landing. Sofia, I pondered. What a beautiful name. The runway smelled of roses. It smelled of the soft, salty ocean breeze promised in travel magazines. The aroma, a refreshing combination of flower... (more »)
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Her Addiction
She sure did have an awesome personality, she always looked very happy, always with that smile that could light up anyone who met her but still she had a dark side no one knew about. While standing, though I couldn't understand, I felt... (more »)
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An Unexpected Fall
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This short story and the events that follow are all true. Names and locations have been altered to protect their identities. 8/21/14, Thursday School ended about fifteen minuets ago, but my mom won’t be here until 3:30. So I waste some... (more »)
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My Journal
By , Austin, TX
Journal Entry #1: Listening to my Roommate Snore I didn’t think staying as a patient in a mental hospital would be so bland and predictable. It’s late at night and I’m listening to my roommate snore her f***ing head off. The bed’s... (more »)
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By , Seattle, WA
"You look bored." Why do people always assume that? Why does even my best friend ask that if I'm bored when I'm sitting quietly at the edge of the conversation? No, I'm not bored. I'm listening. I'm... (more »)
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English 4
Studying is a whole life business. No matter if you are in college, a university or finding a job, we are always studying. However, there is a little bit difference among them, studying in college or university, we put most of our effort in books,... (more »)
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It's Me Now
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I didn’t know how to play any instruments at all. But I fell in love with music. I remember practically begging my parents to let me play the piano, to let me learn. Finally, they enrolled me in a music program. I had never played before, so... (more »)
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My Dream
Everybody has their own dream, princess,hero,NFL quarterback,or to be in the world cup.But as we grow up we come to a realization that our dreams,no matter how likely they seemed when we were five it is now unreachable. I also had a dream but it... (more »)
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Realization
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Jimmy. A very succesful nurse with everything he could ever ask for in his possession. A nice home, beautiful wife, amazing children, and a couple cars. Everything he had said he would beocome when he was younger came true. Fat paychecks, good... (more »)
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Have You Ever Had a Bad Day?
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have you ever had a bad day? you just want to be alone ? i have just the other day aug 27 was i year and 5 months that my dad been gone i just wanted to sleep the whole day way i just wanted to be alone but my mom told me being alone would... (more »)
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Just by Chance
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Train whistles by, The bustle of humanity moves in and out of the doors Some heading toward a destination, Others arriving at the end of a journey. Bag is heavy, heading home, then hearing a call “Are you all right?” Focusing on a man... (more »)
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My Toleration for Segregation
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Did that old hag even understand my love for the level 100 Pikachu Pokémon Card? If someone had vandalized or stolen the pack of Pokémon cards, I would have understood the Morning Glory cashier if she had accused me of stealing the cards. But... (more »)
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The Village Covered in Snow
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About two miles from my house is a village. The village is at Bethany. It’s called Bethany Village. One day, there was a snowstorm, and two days later my friends and I decided to meet there and hang out in the hood. That might be literal,... (more »)
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Hill Day
By , Bethpage, TN
Every year on Labor Day Weekend, my family holds a reunion in a small town in Indiana. Usually all living siblings of my dad’s father attend, along with their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. This celebration of family has been... (more »)
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The Bible and Mesopotamian Flood Stories
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There are very noticeable similarities between the flood story in the Bible and the Mesopotamian flood story. However, there are also differences that cannot be ignored. Various aspects of each story differ from the other account. The idea behind... (more »)
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