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  • Poetry > All Poetry
    The “unsinkable” ship of dreams, The White Star Line beauty. Anxiously awaiting their journey abroad the magical retreat, Passengers smile and wave to those on the street. The ocean is calm and the sky is clear, Those aboard this maiden voyage of the majestic steamship have nothing ...
  • Fiction > Fan Fiction
    At the ding of the elevator, two silver panels slide open. The Little Mermaid carefully wobbles in, making sure her slimy fins do not slither into the shaft. Her sea foam green eyes become enormous as she notices a flamboyant, red-haired man wearing a crushed velvet suit and pleather Beatle boots ...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
    “Why are we punished for their mistake? Shouldn’t they be the ones with their suitcases packed?” The twins whisper. The judge smacks her wooden gavel and court is adjoined. “I guess that means it’s official. We’re at Mom’s on Monday and Wednesday, Dad’s on Tuesday and Thur...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    The sun brilliantly beams as ocean waves calmly break along the shore. Yet thousands of miles in, thunder and lighting roar as violent waters crash and tip a shrimp boat. The fisherman’s screams are lost in the storm, as vacationers nap to the rippling water, unaware of the tragedy beyond the ho...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    She rides a Ferrari convertible to school. Her wallet overflows with daddy’s bills. She pops her gum and blows her freshly manicured nails as she walks into class, looking everyone up and down. We’d all like to sit her down, take off that snotty little upper class crown, and tell her what she...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
    Amy’s pigtails whip in the breeze as she skips home. She stops, rummaging for a Crayola and construction paper. Kneeling on the sidewalk, she proudly doodles hearts and “I love you” and continues on home. “Where were you!” “Mom, I…” “Enough… you’re grounded!” “...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
    They are the only ones that who know the stories of my mind. I am the only one who cherishes them. Three dream catchers with worn, willow hoops and woven nets. Three story keeper hanging from the small corner window. Three who symbolize sweet visions that will remain in my mind forever. From th...
  • Hot Topics > Pride & Prejudice
    My entire life, I have believed that all people are of equal value. But until recently, I naively thought that we had moved beyond prejudice. I have since discovered just how real prejudice is; and with this discovery, I have learned an important lesson. In order to make progress, it is vital to ac...
  • Nonfiction > Educator of the Year
    Last year, as I walked in the halls enjoying a free ice cream sandwich I received in the cafeteria, I noticed a small, scrawny man walking towards me. Seemingly interested in my treat, I told him about the free ice cream. Without responding, a huge grin stretched across his face as he jumped in th...

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