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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Good evening, friends, I am positively honored to have been selected by my peers, to speak on behalf of the graduating class of 2012. Our senior year has been eventful, to say the least. We went on strike, received an outstanding award from the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, lost two teacher...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I'll die and not know it, A cruel and selfish bird. My husband will hate me, Too rigid and absurd. My word will be frail, Unread and obsolete. He'll read by mail That I begged for my life, And died on the street....
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    The ROTC annual banquet was dinner and a dance shoved into one; with a s***load of awards in-between. While I thoroughly enjoyed it, the three Guardians sitting at the table with me, Gramma and Jeff, looked pretty bored for most of it. Jeff got a lot of awards, which didn’t surprise me. By the t...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    I was naked, emotionally. All of those brick walls I put up had crumbled down and I was out in the open once again. I sat at the booth, hands and arms wrapped around the bag tightly. Any moment now and he’d be here. Any moment now and the son of two of the greatest hunters would walk through the d...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    “And this legend, what’s it called?” “It’s just a story they like to tell…one of those Armageddon ones.” “Oh?” “The Snake and the Dove.” “The Guardians vs. The Samuel Strand.” Ian clarified. “Yates’ll explain it…just listen.” We all leaned forward, as did the re...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Fingers run across the keyboard, like a pianist’s soft hands on the keys of his piano. This is my territory, and by god, I’ll kick your a$$ within an inch of your life if you try to take it away, if you try to demolish what I have done here. The keys make a sound much as if I have created a pi...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Smile for them, he said. Make them think everything is okay even though the world is ending. Smile for them, he said. Let them know you truly love them. Smile for them, he said. Mask the pain that eats at your throat and clings to your heart. Smile for them, he said. As we waste away....
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    “You don’t want to see this face, Blake.” He snapped. “Why not?” I asked, and grabbed his arm. “I will love any side of you, Jack Daniel Jones, each one just the same as the last, inexplicably too much.” “You have no idea what you’re talking about,” he said, and laughed hollowl...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    I felt your absence when I woke this morning. The dream felt so real. It was nice, it was unfamiliar, Yet so comforting. God it felt right, it was so easy, Just so much better than reality. But when I awoke, I felt your absence, And it felt wrong. Just wrong. I want to get rid of this acid ...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    “You really know?” “Yes.” She whispered. “Yes. I do.” I let out another sigh, this one relieved, and turned to Caleb. He grabbed my hand and squeezed it tight. “Thank god…” He murmured. “Okay,” I said back into the phone. “we’ll stall as long as we can, just hurry, okay?...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The water wasn’t as cold as he’d expected when he’d ripped off his shirt and waded in. It flooded his jeans and made them heavy, dragging and sticking to his skin, but he didn’t care. Fox stared up at the full moon over the open lake, willing it to shine on the questions he wanted answers to...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    “So I’m going to die?” He asked, perched on the edge of my bed as I sat at the computer. “I’m a writer Luke.” I said calmly. “It’s what I do. Don’t take it personally.” “Don’t take it personally?” he asked, his voice rising. Oh no, that’s not what I wanted. Luke mad mig...
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