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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I wish that I was different. That I showed you that I care (because I really, really do), That I didn’t act like I was better than you (because that’s the total opposite of what I think), That we were still friends (like we used to be). That I thought you were the guy for me (because you...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    She’s your pretty little plaything. Wind her up and watch her dance, And sing, And do whatever you want her to do Until she breaks. She can’t fix herself on her own. She’s your sweet little doll. Tell her how to behave. Tell her your desires, Those sweet nothings. You are in con...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
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    Blushes and flustered chuckles can’t fool me. I anxiously listen to your stutters. Your nervous eyes burn holes in the ground. Is this it? Again I am filled with glee. Your mouth then opens; my heart then flutters, But nerves win again; you can’t make a sound. Through your endless crusade ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    For what seemed to be the hundredth time, Andy concealed the numbers she’d scratched down on a paper napkin with heavy lines of black ink. Her fingers drummed against her worn wooden desk in quick, frustrated taps, leaving remnants of purple nail polish upon the hard surface. Sighing, the young ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    The bathroom knows my secrets; All of those stolen candy bars, their wrappers crumpled between tissues so Mom will never know that I took another, then another, then another. At least, that's what I thought. The bathroom keeps my secrets as I hide in one of the stalls of the girl's restroo...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Has it been six minutes yet?” Adam watched Gabriella as her head shot up, tendrils of untamed ginger hair slapping the air around her. She stared blankly at him for a moment as if she had difficulty understanding what he had said. Slowly, she peeled her bloodshot eyes away and glanced down a...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Has it been six minutes yet?” Gabriella’s head jerked up. Her skin was atypically pale, and her ginger hair was uncombed and wild. Adam wondered how much she’d slept the passed few nights. “No, four and a half more minutes to go.” Adam ran his fingers through his curly hair and p...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    For what seemed to be the hundredth time, Andy concealed the numbers and figures she’d scratched down on a paper napkin with heavy lines of black ink. In times like this, she regretted dropping out of high school. She worked as a waitress at Applebee’s five nights a week in seven-hour shifts...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
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    It truly is a sad day when the vampire is no longer associated with Dracula, but Edward Cullen, the male protagonist of Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling ‘Twilight’ series. Thanks to her novels, the perception of a vampire has gone from villainous and horrific to romantic and dazzling. There is ...

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