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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    It is colour for the blind, For the deaf, it’s a tune It can scream when inclined, It’s a distasteful boon A poem, this is not It’s a song, which we say, It is the language of thought, It may lead to a fray It is born from many tears Fathers are tedium and smiles For it, there ar...
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    Imagination is the color of dreams, It smells like summer rain and white roses, It is the fairy of secrets, It is the cloaked gnomes that sang songs to the moon, It is born from tears, It's parents are Laughter and Boredom. Imagination is, in simple words/basically, The existence...
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    There’s no such thing as, A woman’s government, A woman’s vote, A woman’s voice, A woman’s quote They said, there’s no such thing, As a woman whose a person, A woman who owns land, A woman who is equal, A woman’s stand Is there really no such thing? Murphy becomes magis...
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    They should leave, They’re have evil plots, They should be closed up, In closed and confined lots. We need safety, We are at war, We may be spied on, Which will result in gore. They never did anything, Never intended a brawl, Just tried to fit in, And were blamed for nothing at all...
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    But A happy home, Uphill somewhere, A little community, My abode, my little dome I can’t complain, It’s as good as I need, It’s more than that, Like a precious creed. I protect it like my children, Protect it like my spouse, Protect it from the hatred, That creeps in like a mou...
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    The Call It came from, The boy who was slaughtered, From the mother who wished, From the soldier that regretted, It came from, The city of deaths, From valleys of bloodshed, From the people who watched. The Call It came from, Letters of sorrow, Ho...
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    The ancients used constellations as navigation, To find a their time, their place, or destination, I wonder if they looked up at the stars and thought, At all, About where their hearts were going, Instead of their feet, Did they stare at the stars and whisper; Tell me universe, Who are we?...
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    I wonder if she thinks it’s worth it, To be bruised with fatigue, To be engulfed by our cries, To know that we’re oblivious To her ceaseless tries I say I wonder because, She is masked by a light in her eyes, The kind only mothers have, That won’t burn out Despite troublesome cries, ...
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    The skin of a dragon, Firm yet intriguing, The glide of a jellyfish, Shocking and fatiguing, The sway of a flower, Gently and swooning The nurse of a quail, Hopeful and crooning, Who is the person, in this lore? Whose image persists, For evermore? Somewhere there, A light is shin...
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    A pulse A breath A beat You are alive, But do you live? In music, it’s that melody that replays in your head, In painting it’s that picture that shows you what was said, In writing it’s the novel that you reread like it was new, And in words, when they are spoken, It’s simply “I ...
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    I’ve begun to depart, From the soul that I brought, To this blazing and haunted prison, The incarcerated ghosts have risen. Gas rose from the floor, I watched it begin to soar Where our skin unsheathed, Where our bones, they turned ash, As we melted away, Or stuck with a lash Gas rose...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    2 AM -- AN ABANDONED MUSEUM “Alright, roll ‘er up!” shouted the man, slightly larger than his companions, crouching comfortably on the chandelier. He looked as though he was weightless, hovering above the hundreds of harmonized magnificent pieces of glass. At his signal, the slim masked men ...
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    Scrawny legs whip past the fences Sticks and stones their only defenses If we were in charge of the world today Toy boxes would be the only cache They went astray in the dead of night When they banded together and then took flight Disowned by any Except themselves Nurtured by juvenilia A...
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    When national security and societal privacy are at odds, who do you side with? A thriller right from the beginning, Digital Fortress provides the readers with a fast-paced, intricately designed story that one is immediately absorbed in. The book begins when readers are introduced to brilliant and b...
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    On the shores of forever, The world never ends, The waves never stop, And the moon never dips, On the shores of forever, You and I hand in hand, We watch watery sunset, Peaking orange and magenta, On the shores of forever, You never miss a single drop, Never see another night, You watch t...
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    Perplexed faces, Watch me soar, My tail of fins, My wing an oar, Wonder summons them, I shun the sky, The reasoning reason, I shall not fly, ‘Neath the sky Is an ocean, A burning azure, Alive; in motion, There is home, Which I seek, Flightless me, At its peak....
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    Brackets “The people of this world are all a part of an algebraic equation. Most people who are wealthy and well off are variables, the less fortunate are numbers, and the ambitious and hardworking are the mathematical signs. The rich have a choice; they can be who they like and are thus the va...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Her I see her again today, her tilted glasses engraving a reflection in all things she regards. She seems just like everyone else, average, yet she’s here every day. She has the features of a pixie, bold eyes with an iris like a sunburst, small lips tightened and pressed into each other with...
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    I wind it slowly, I know he’s coming, Jack in the box. I’m still winding, I know he’s coming, Jack in the box. I let go, The music starts playing, I know he’s coming, Jack in the box. Lala-lala-lalalalala-lala-lala-lalalaaa Pop goes the weasel? Lala-lala, I can’t take...
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    Everyone had heard about the boy that had broken his barrier, the result was fatal for his whole town. Of course there’s an uncountable amount of the “towns”, but he was the only boy bizarre enough to break the only thing that kept us from the unspeakable ones. I had once tried to break it, bu...
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    Obscure markings, Fled the tale, To another, Fairy tale, just another You barely heard, You pretended, Now from that I fly away, Just a murmur....
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    Queen of Clubs, makes first play, Spreading luck, Before the fray, Number 10, Up next in line, Defeats his competitor, Number 9. That was close, And now I wait, Which one of them, Has the queen of spades. The hearts are broken, I’m afraid. Number 2, I take the hand, Number 5 is...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    He asked me to make a journey, a journey with him. Colours engulfed us as we lay side-by-side. Intricate patterns glowing magically with lively thread hung overhead. The brilliant craftsmanship was another delusion that I had come across while journeying with him. He had, somehow, with his tiny hand...
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    One word can, Build a lifetime, Destroy the past. One word can, Give you victory, Or thrust you loss. One word can, Erase a friend, Draw attention. One word can, Do nothing, Do something. But what if, You had no words? One word can, Give you hope or, Keep you silent. If o...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    “How about, Almond Chocolate?” I asked enthusiastically. My mother was attempting to put my brother to sleep and a movie was playing on the television. I pondered what flavour of cake to make for our school’s cake auction. Our school was supporting African orphans, and world AIDS day, and I ha...

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