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  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    A witty, interesting, suspenseful, kid- and adult-friendly movie, Wes Anderson's “Fantastic Mr. Fox” is a hilarious rediscovery of the wonderful writing of Roald Dahl. Growing up adoring his books, I was ecstatic when I heard this movie was in the works. And, to my delight, I was right to be ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Rid yourself of the right hand, the right eye, the right ear, don't use what you've trained since your first concsious year. Simply keep all that's left, for you believe nothing matters and when you're in love, people act mad as hatters. Just heed the callings of your hea...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    “Darn it, Jo! Sometimes you drive me insane!” Millie was hunched over the broken flower pot, shards of which still bore stains from my sweaty fingertips. Soil and petals were strewn across my feet and smeared on Millie’s floral apron. “What am I going to do with you…?” she mutter...
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    I'm a city girl. The flashing lights, the crowds, all relax me. My ears hurt if there is silence; it feels right when there is din. I admire the countryside, peaceful and calm, but it is simply strange to see farms with cows and horses roaming free, rather than golden taxi cabs ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Walking. Walking alone. Walking alone and yet… someone’s there. You are a witness. You are a witness to something unmentionable… An unmentionable crime. An unmentionable crime that will forever scar your belief in ethics. It’s illegal. It’s illegal and incredibly stupid. Watching....
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    This poem should be beautiful and mesmerizing. This poem should express my undying love for you. This poem should explain that, no matter what, I'll always be with you. This poem should have meticulously chosen metaphors and similes, describing my feelings. This poem should remain in your h...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
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    Poetic. Inspiring. Funny. Personal. Intriguing. That describes “Hands of a Writer” by Jordyn S. in five words. She makes you think about how astounding the world is and how God created everything on this earth – from us to the vast oceans to the twinkling night sky. Jordyn discusses writin...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    “Used To” is an enticing, mature, extremely well-written fictional piece in which two young lovers return to their childhood hangout spot, unearthing memories now long gone. The narrator is pregnant and her boyfriend, Jeremy, is the father, forever changing his perspective and their relationshi...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    Who would have thought that I’d end up here, trapped, silenced, jailed. Not my parents. But, I guess, they don’t know anything anyway. They’d never expect that I’d do anything wrong, much less kill anybody. But that’s what happened, so they’d better deal with it. I’m not psychot...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I'm standing at the station wondering if this train will be yours and I wait and wait and wait but the trains are against me they want me to despair thinking that you're gone and always will be but you know I know better. Another train stops and opens its doors passengers file out ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    When I'm alone the colors pop and lines curve unnaturally, creating a new atmosphere where I am not me. I fly, I soar, slicing the clouds. My fingers pluck at an acoustic guitar, stringing together notes and chords that would never have met. I jump and dodge, swing and hit, the her...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    CHAPTER 1 The days after Halloween are always the most depressing- the soggy elastic multi-colored spider webs plastered across stoops, waiting to be torn down and thrown away, only to replace them the next year. The jack-o-lanterns sitting beside the doors or on the outside steps rotting away an...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
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    “Blackened Waters” by Dackary Saig smothered me with its amazing construction and phrasing. This poem really made me think, What's wrong with us? Why have we done something so terrible to our environment? I know this sounds extremely negative, but it's true. We need to pay attention to what we a...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Soaring Is me High above Where treetops Are down far below. I am an eagle Way up in the clouds Where I fly I fly I am king of the sky. I fly high But oh, I still come down. I see From above Down below Is a man Staring up. ...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
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    Sitting alone in my dark bedroom I sigh And stare at the wall. Not a single person Seems to notice My depression, so if I cannot soothe myself I go. To the window I stroll over And I open up the shades. I open up the window and shove my head into the breeze. It’s a wonderful sen...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    He looks at me. I look back. I look away. I can see him through the corner of my eye- He’s watching me. I turn away. He moves a little closer, Eying me like a dingo eyes a baby kangaroo Before it strikes....

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