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  • Fiction > Fan Fiction
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    Will smoothed his ruffled hair as he leaned back in his chair, straining to glimpse Julia Hancock through his peripheral vision. She was deep into conversation with her friends, and did not happen to notice him, the big red-headed senior. He sighed slightly and focused on the front of the room where...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I smiled up at the tree-covered slope, picking out by sight and memory the clapboard shops scattered here and there across it. Years back I had stood in just such a position, waiting for my mom to call up my aunt and grandma and notify them as to where we had parked at Michie’s Tavern. Then and no...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
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    Met like stars whose galaxies pull adverse Beneath one sky, love shied the cord Which glances formed, scripted to life by verse; Yet true brilliance bound could they afford? Their names eternal which fortune ordained And Fixed forever, plotted plight’s Poisoned rancor, dosed to wither deigne...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I heard the roar from someplace far off, as though some star had exploded in a different universe. I closed my eyes, standing there on the bluff, trying to think above the cry of the wind. I turned my thoughts from the coldness, from the crimson that crept beneath my eyelids. With a shiver I tilted ...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    “All the beasts of the neighbourhood had made a league to destroy me . . . some fortune was disposed to amuse herself at my expence.” ~Meriwether Lewis, June 14, 1805 I am certain that this day will ever remain pungently humorous in my memory. So little have I been fortunate enough to live...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Forsaking old, embracing new Watch yourself light the sky Spark the world, rise to heights Rebel beckon, they listen; so few Understand Voice, that thy Words waken, custom fights. City on the hill glowing high On what you please, wander Down alley-way to peer Wide-eyed Rebel, innocence di...
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    I stand alone in a crowded room, almost bewildered by the voices and laughter and cries and voices lifted in song all around. For once in my life not a single word comes to mind, and I am thoughtless. I avoid the pain of reflection . . . of remembering. Every time I glance towards the stage, towards...
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    "Reckon you've got it, lassie?" asked Horatio, as lifted Amelia so that she could slip her feet into the stirrups. She nodded, smiling down at him from her perch on the sorrel mare, her mantle spread out behind her, dark lovelocks fluttering on her forehead. "I do," she ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Why do I feel as though The sands of time go too slow And the bewitchment of Love fires far too hot. It carries me away with its vertigo. Why are hearts contrary? Why does desire marry Reason? And if youth seem Long, why does life so contentment parry?...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Heart on the cliff-edge, as a lion Unbound by soul's fervency Undeterr'd by mind's insurgency That casts doubt's shade upon a heart's passion The romantic steadfast remains Only caught in the burning chains Love wields to snare her hapless captives. Hapless? Ah, forso...
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    Adolf Hitler raised his arm in the Nazi salute. He stood before a sea of cheering people—his Aryan race—his beloved Germany. In his mind’s eye, he watched himself in such a stance, before the whole world bowing down to him in reverence. The globe was struck by the lightning quickness of Adolf ...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    The realization presented itself as formidable, abject and heartrending. At the outset, I attempted to let it slip by without my notice. I laughed at it, declared it a notion, and turned away. We needed it, I reasoned. No—not needed—we depended upon it. Justice displayed itself clearly in t...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    During the ten years that we spent on the shores of Troy, I was caught up in the war madness that raged between those of my homeland, Greece, and the Trojans who held the fair Helen in their clutches. Before, I had thought war glorious, as I bid my sweet wife farewell, and departed for Troy. Regre...
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    The devastating tempest of World War I preceded the whirlwind storm of the twenties—that happy-go-lucky decade wherein our country beheld a novel turn of morality, a sudden, rapturous change from the previous blood-stained years. The country embraced this Roaring age with the alacrity of a country...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Life isn’t like it is in your books.” “Come to reality—you can’t live in the world of your characters.” “Come on, Elise. Wake up.” I shake my head, but cannot speak. These words sting with truth. Elise raised her eyes to the window, an incorrigibly bored expression upon her fac...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Ever since I was little, I have possessed an untamed imagination. It continually rises each day, like an undying flame, eternal and mysterious, a light in a dark room that could be formidable, beautiful and thrilling. I look upon it as my internal stallion, sometimes controllable, charming and sti...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    When men have lain in trenches with the bodies of other soldiers all about, alive and dead, when they have listened to the screams of shells as they burst in sky and on ground, when they charge against the nameless enemies with bayonet and rifle, one may ask—“Where is peace?” And who can answ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    I have watched with wide eyes As my Native Land has alter’d On a steady decline, towards possible demise. The stars above still shine bright, Ne’er fading, they’ve been gleaming there When our Fathers defied tyranny with liberty’s might. But scarce now do the countrymen and women raise...
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    “Coming! They’re coming!” The gale conveyed to blue-clads “Rebels are coming!” All eyes anxiously turned to Distant, vast, gray lines Pickett’s Charge advanced Young and old Rebels, as one For the South!—they all perished. Amidst thunderous Blasts, shells pel...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Ere thrashes foaming waves on the turf Of rocky coasts, black and weathered, with no mirth, Whatsoever as a greeting, for that weary band Of travelers of the eastern lands. Their jubilance, uncontained, coaxes a yell from their awestruck lips. No, not a treasure, a marble hall, or mammoth ships...
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    Thy Virgin Goddess, thine somber beauty undisturbed, Thine perennial presence of thine graceful figure, Wrought with the hue of sun luminance, and unperturbed Is thy pose; poised upon the proud citadel, of thine ravished city, But its protector remains inveterate, in her place. Thy ivory arms f...

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