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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Lady sitting outside of Target where everyone can see Crying, screaming no No no, no way Lady flaunting big hair And sunglasses Laughin’, shouting, There’s no one else But her, died hair big headphones Manga on’er lap Him, twitching, one question Wrong, she walks away A...
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    The stories of the holocaust are gruesome. From books like Night by Elie Wiesel and The Diary of Anne Frank, the horrors of the time are shown to us with great detail. What people seem to forget from this is that there were millions of other people, many times people not in Germany, who endured hard...
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    Owen Pallett, formerly known as Final Fantasy, has created an entire world where he narrates an epic tale of philosophy in this album. It tells the story of Lewis, a farmer from birth, who comes to worship a god named Owen. Owen is the writer of the story, and therefore also the singer. Several ...
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    I was walking along the wall. I could smell the fumes of the spray paint emanating from the wall, covered in graffiti. I wasn’t allowed to read any of it, but I was always alone, stalking the colorful wall. 'The city is our heart, and it’s been broken.' It was the clearest wr...
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    Shaking hands push the money across the wooden counter. A small splinter, a drop of blood. He takes it greedily, then looks back up at the burnt face. "You sure about this?" The slave looks at the money in his hands, so foreign to the both of them. So precious. "I'm not afr...
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    Little Brother By Cory Doctorow A teenage “rebel” living in a world where almost everything is supervised. What could be a more annoying existence? But it only gets worse. One day, Marcus cuts class to play a real life video game with his friends; he finds himself and his friends in a clas...
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    Romance movies can rarely catch my attention, but this Oscar nominee provided an interesting and relevant tale of love, regret, and what it means to be an “adult.” It throws in the kind of teen angst that young adults relish and a protagonist you’ll always be rooting for. It follows the sto...
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    A wide ranged, forceful, passionate, off-beat, and altogether a great voice is what holds this album together. Of course, when this is added to beautiful lyrics and creative music, the album becomes a masterpiece. The album is rightly named “Lungs” on account of her strong voice, and as this art...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The bird outside is a-flyin a-flyin a-flyin The bird outside is goin round~ singin a song prancing a l o n g is that what they do ? They just go along, sing a song? sounds awfully nice but in their voices I don’t feel it. I don’t feel the pranci...
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    The breath is new I think it's been like this for awhile I didn't notice It happened one day, then I saw it. The breath was there tangible, slow – White, cold wispy, frothy, frivolous. And I noticed it. Not the day it was there maybe the day after Or maybe a month. But when...
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    Everything is always turning Spinning left and right and into town There isn’t much to be learning And so I sat there, quite discerning Of forgotten tenses and unknown nouns Everything is always turning There was a time when I felt it burning Crumbling, shaking, falling down There isn...
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    Red Pens-correcting tests Blue Pens-making answers Bullies beating pests My mind, a tap dancer Blue Pens-making answers Faltering, waiting, doubting My mind, a tap dancer Wandering, laughing, shouting Faltering, waiting, doubting Never quite sure Wandering, laughing, shouting Taking q...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    She needed to know. It wasn’t hatred, and it wasn’t fear. It was curiosity. She’d always wondered, but now she could know the truth. She just had to pull the trigger. She had thought it through; if there wasn’t anything after the bullet, then she wouldn’t be able to care. But if there ...
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    Mockingjay is something to be excited about. Suzanne Collins brings us the final installment in The Hunger Games Trilogy. The conclusion of Catching Fire left us with a cliffhanger that was almost unbearable. Katniss Everdeen, the protagonist, is left in a state of anger and depression. But now Mock...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The day I was d*mned was the day she was saved. I writhed in the new skin. My limbs were too short, my body too small. Even though I knew that I could’ve gotten out, I wouldn’t let myself drift away from the world. It was hard, staying grounded to the floor, when I knew I could fly away. Pe...
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    He sits in the library and monotonously writes the answers on a sheet of paper. The atmosphere is quiet, shut off from the shouting hallways and rambunctious students. The librarians watch like hawks over their small but strict domain. He stops writing the answers and looks straight at one of the li...

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