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  • Poetry > Free Verse
    People always tell me I’m too young to Be in love. And, as I sit here, barely an adult, I realize That, perhaps, they are right. Still, I’d like to say that I have been in love with One girl And, perhaps my emotions are understandable to my peers only. It’s a little bit of a heart-th...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Have you ever had that feeling That nagging feeling that won’t go away When you watch the girl you want Fall under another guy’s sway? Have you ever had that pain, That frightful nostalgia—always there, Of memories once treasured Now grandeur that is rare? When you see that girl yo...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    I am a boy so, they say that I cannot understand Love or that I am too young to understand Commitment so, they call my feelings insignificant or Puppy Love. But they are wrong for I see the naked Cupid. my feelings are quite real. True. for, indeed I may be young but that does not mean ...
  • Nonfiction > Heroes
    My Grandmother’s Flight from Bangladesh to America Who is my grandmother? It is a question that can seemingly be answered easily. She is the one the person that keeps my house in tact; she washes my family’s clothes, cleans the house, and cooks for my family. Everyday, she wakes up ear...
  • Hot Topics > Pride & Prejudice
    My name, Mohammed, is the same as the prophet of my religion, Islam. He was the last of our prophets and was kind and nice, not greedy or vengeful. My name may not mean hope, strength, or courage, nor beauty. However, it represents many things to me. When I was born, my uncles and aunts, my fathe...
  • Opinion > Movies / Music / TV
    Over the years, parents and mentors have taken a similar stand against video games; therefore, conventional wisdom would have it that video games are bad for children. Video games are addictive to children, making them look at television, computer, or any other game compatible device for several hou...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    “What Stumped the Blue Jays,” by Mark Twain, is about animals’ ability to speak, converse, and act like humans—mainly the blue jays. The blue jays, as Mark Twain claims, are like humans: they can speak, out-swear miners, have good grammar, and have a good sense of humor. One day, a blue jay ...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    Maybe you’ve seen a rough looking skateboarder-person around these parts. No? He looks like a cowboy too. Seen him? Cracker Joe’s his name. With the head of a snake, and a body of a spider, Joe knows and sees all. So, if you’re going to drive around the Joey Mountain, Joe’s home, without a r...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
    When students enter middle school, euphoria and peace consume them because the rules and regulations, sizes, and lack of interest of the good ol’ public schools are gone. Students can only look in awe and wonder, similar to a young child that has one hundred dollars to buy his favorite gushers, cr...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    It is a human with its body, arms, and feet. Its size is like that of a newborn infant. The hands are vibrant, luscious, and gaily yellow, like the early sun that wakes from its daily sleep. Minuscule frozen crystals sit silently, playing on these bright hands like tiny snowflakes resting on people...

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