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  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    Dear Mr. Franklin, I must say I admire you as a man of great reason who may look with a rational eye upon even the biggest difficulties of our country. You show great respect where it is deserved and you are a man who is immensely respected in turn. For these reasons I come to you with my honest op...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Stranger, stranger where are you The sky is green the grass is blue Earth’s turning in a loop de loop When you’re with me and I with you So come out, come out, come and play We’ll frolic in the sunny day As long as by my side you’ll stay I wish I might I wish I may...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Hold your breath Take it in Let your mind resign Things will change People grow Given proper time Kick back Relax Watch the stars align Drift away, stay the day Floating on cloud nine...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    Hurrying down 9th Street, basked in the dim glow of the street lights, Jeff could sense someone present other than himself. The hair on the back of his neck was tingling and chills were spreading down his arms until he was nearly overcome by nervous goose bumps. With his stomach in knots, Jeff pulle...
  • Opinion > Environment
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    Everybody always talks positively about standing, dancing, prancing, skipping, snuggling, etc, in the rain. I myself, however, find it less than pleasant. I do agree that rain is nice to look at; its puddles are very reflective and I have used them a few times to fix my hair. I concur that the sound...
  • Poetry > Limerick
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    Come out, Mr. Sun, come out and play Look at this beautiful, warm summer’s day The moon misses out The stars may all pout For the night you have driven away...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    My fingernails are always dirty. It seems pointless to spend more than two minutes cleaning them when they get dirty again in no time at all. I have to continuously dig them into the ground. It’s my own personal therapy, climbing. I try to get as high as I can. I want to touch the sky. It’s addi...
  • Poetry > Ballad
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    Whoever said size matters Never watched an infant grow (A quarter inch every week, I hear) An infant who’s still precious And innocent And valuable At every size And stage of life To say such a thing They must never have seen The gargantuan sequoias Or watched the miniscule ants Scu...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    End the mushiness! The soppy, sulky, weepy, needy It all blends together for me The blushing, crushing, loving, hugging Please just get a room! Us calloused, challenged (emotionally that is) Beg for some relief Endeavors, clever, written letters Wishing, wanting, pleading, grieving ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    There was a little girl with little red curls Who would frolic and play with the other young girls Everyday around one o’clock They’d run and skip to their favorite spot Daisies and flowers of every kind They would pluck and into necklaces bind Dancing around in total bliss The little...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Don’t look. Don’t look. I’m telling you, you don’t want to look! Shoot. You looked. Are you happy now? Did that make you feel better? No, of course not. You saw exactly what you saw the last time I told you not to look. You saw him not looking. Yeah, ouch. Not looking again. Lame, I a...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Rain, rain, go away. Come back again some other day. Skipping rocks and jumping rope, come the rain we’ve lost all hope Dribble, dribble down my chin, no one likes a rain-soaked grin Thunder rolls and lightning flashes Trees crack as each one crashes Puddles, puddles on the ground echo back ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    They say all is fair in love and war But those words come from carnivores What do the people who hide away eating grass and lush greens say They'd say love and war are far from just war is fighting, love but lust True fairness lives in hearts so dear turned gold from bravery and la...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    It’s time for a celebration So gather round with cheers Because what we’re lauding today Well, it’s all about the tears Not a birthday party Or your bouncing baby boy Something new and different A new trend that we’ll deploy Sadness is the new thing We see it everyday So why n...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    As we climbed up the side of the mountain on a slope that was narrow but not dangerous, again the warning words Mrs. Leary had told me echoed in my head. “You two must stay behind with them while we go forward because whatever danger they face will be surmounted by you. Their destiny is set in s...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    I glance over my shoulder and see my angel friend He’s my guardian, protector, and on him I depend A lance you hold in your hand so dear And I stand by you, very proud to be here You’re a valiant soldier, and you protect all Each night and day I pray I’ll never see you fall As you ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I’ve been to a world Where there is no such thing as a “world” It’s a place where everything that was Just was Anything else just wasn’t there There’s no way for me to explain At least in terms that people like you would understand What this world was about Or even if it’s q...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The door swings shut behind me and I walk into the building The long hallway stretches out before me, lined with lockers of sea green. I begin my journey Walking off the plank of my teenage years Grasping adulthood with a determined mind Slipping slightly, but keeping composure My journey cont...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The tears poured down my face that dreary Tuesday morning. I felt the hard wood of the park bench as I wiped my eyes. Earlier, everything was fine. I had woken up early, to my answering machine and Jesse’s voice. He said he wanted to see me so I had gotten up and met him at our usual spot. I sat o...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The ripe smell of oranges stuns my drowsy senses as I walk into the kitchen Saturday morning. I squint my eyes shut, blocking out the rays of light that beam through the window, seeming so overpowering. Slowly I bring them open, trying to let them adjust. I blink a few times and then continue walkin...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Lily Thompson only wanted things to be perfect. Was it too much to ask? Throughout her life eveything seemed to get screwed up one way or another. Brad wants you to go to his prom with him? Great! Oh, just kidding, you're grounded for sneaking over to his place. Your volleyball team is going to...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Summertime is a like a breath of fresh air. During the summer you’re free. It’s a time when friends bond and families vacation and tourists become sunburned. Personally, I loved the hope that comes with every summer. I enjoyed the anticipation that coattails the heat and the thoughts that maybe ...
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