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  • College
    Guide > College Essays
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    Corinne walked into the house and I followed close behind, but ran into her when she suddenly stopped at a worrying sight. Our mother sat at our kitchen counter, crying, while holding her cell phone in a fist. Corinne stayed frozen a few feet from the entryway while whispering, “What happened?” ...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
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    I need some explanation from society. Why is it a social norm that everyone in high school will have a relationship and move further sexually than they were? Is it so weird that I am a virgin in my senior year of high school? Why? Why is it so weird that I find sexual activity gross and don't w...
  • Poetry > Ballad
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    You had no right To hate me with pure spite I never meant to hurt your son I didn’t break up with him for fun I left him because I started to waver I felt as to our relationship was labor My heart did not beat the same I did not yearn for him and call his name He loved me with all his hear...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I am the sound of laughter, brightening others day; I am the dream of change, making every child’s life closer to a better future; I am the smell of banana muffins, warm, welcoming, but a little nutty; I am the color red, bold, deep, filled with love; I am the daughter of curiosity, always mov...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    “In the first place, God made idiots. That was for practice. Then he made school boards.” (Mark Twain). The educational essay written by Jonathan Kozol titled “Still Separated, Still Unequal”, is much like the quote by Mark Twain. This essay shows how today’s’ school system is still sepa...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    The temperature tottered around 50°F all day, but now that it was dusk it plummeted to a startling 48°F. The rain continued to come down and we waited for Noah and his animals to stop at the front door to take us away at any moment; it was the dead of winter in Dallas, Texas. The small building em...

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