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  • Poetry > Sonnet
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    The feet pounding onto the harsh, cold shore Wave after wave pushing up t’wards the mount Flames and fire disintegrate the corps And bodies pile too many to count The dead water drenched anew with the red That brings to mem’ry the faceless marines To those who shot there no diff’rence wh...
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    Page turn: Closing this section of my life Period: Finishing this long chapter. Question mark: For this ongoing long strife? And quote-marks: “For my restraining captors” Exclamation point: For all of this joy! Emoticon: When I’m too sad to write :-( Hashtag: #Forallthosepeoplewhoannoy ...
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    The points in time that remind us we’re loved Rhymes that repeat but nonetheless are new Instead of doctor’s hands, sterile and gloved Unafraid fingers remind us to view All our flaws and imperfections and spots Under the true lamp of revealing light Our mistakes and our errors, all black ...
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    The smell of flow’rs reminding of defeat Beauty corrupted by memories of past Ev’ry stride closer, a loss of the sweet That long ago I could savor steadfast But now today am wanting to let go Into black, the recollections thereof Which I’ll never forget, always to know The scars on my s...
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    Drink of this chalice, enjoy the sweet taste For this is the last time you be mortal For you think now it’s death you have disgraced When three layers down, The Fates all chortle You think you’ve cheated death, oh your mistake! You’ll find it’s even worse when you can’t die As all yo...
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    Some young children are afraid of blackness The fear of what hides behind the deep gloom The threads of light, now cut into slackness The walls closing in, forming the child’s tomb But as you grow older its white you fear When all is seen and you find a great lack Worse than black skies are ...
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    I wait in this silence, waiting for you Under this streetlight neighboring the roads Dead on a bench next to Jerry’s Tattoos Waiting for hours as my body corrodes The cold city, breathing only with lights That blink on and off, as children hear sounds And check their closets for monsters of ...
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    Oh you caught my eye, orange and black bird When you dove down from your nest so high How my hands clammed up and my heart so stirred Until you left without the slightest sigh Graced by your beauty and struck by your wing You flew out of nowhere into my sight Dazzling appearance, the jewel of ...
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    I can’t go to sleep, there’s too much to do! Lives to be taken and deaths to be died! There’s war, disaster, and of course, the flu I need to meet Phillip, now move aside! Susie will be safe, for a week or so And then will a fall tragic’lly from her horse Beautiful Mary will die in a s...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Pots slowly rose from his hiding spot behind the bush. He didn’t really know his ‘real’ name, and he didn’t know his ‘real’ birthday. He didn’t care, though. He may be homeless, but he had an identity. He called himself Potty, Pots for short. He didn’t know his real birthday, but he ...
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    Every good story ends with a death. This is no exception. This will be a good story (I hope), and I will die at the end. Why do I tell you this? I don’t know. Maybe I just ruined my story. Who cares? Nobody is going to be reading this after I die. Let me make one more thing clear. This is not a...
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    I heard the first balloon pop. It was yellow, hardly blown up, and the loss of it didn’t really affect anybody. My younger baby sister started crying, but that’s all the trouble the balloon really caused. The party went on, and the popped balloon was kicked under the refrigerator and forgotten a...
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    I feel like Atlas Holding the sky up Protecting everyone under it When never getting any rewards or rest myself As everyone eats and parties I'm stuck here Doing the hardest work in the world While everybody else prospers off my suffering And even as I protect everyone People still make...
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    I should probably mention my brother. We are…or more accurately were…strange siblings. We were twins. We looked the same, so much so that to be identified by our father, one of us had to wear a headband. We were the same height, same weight, same everything. We were equal. But not normally eq...

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