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  • Fiction > Romance
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    Crowds. By the Gods, I hate crowds. Yet there I was, on the ramparts, staring into the largest crowd that could be packed into the city. I could practically feel their eyes staring; it was not a good feeling. I left the ramparts then. Made my way silently down the stone steps to the courtyard ...
  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
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    (Lights come on and the students are in a classroom, restless as Mr. Minus is trying to explain his lesson. Kendra and Katelynn will immediately raise their hand every time Mr. Minus paused. Kate and Annie are completely oblivious to everyone else and are putting on make-up and reading fashion magaz...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    Blue. I hate it. It mocks me, laughs at me and what remains of my home. It shines brightly in the sky, above the desolation, above the carnage. I shouldn’t be subjected to this, the sky should be cloudy, but instead it’s clear. The one day everyone in the country wants it to rain and God sends u...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    “And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the Dragon; and the Dragon fought and his angels.” The Great Host was no more, the struggle over Men and the Earth had decided that, and the Shining One enforced it. He stole away one third of the Great Host to create his...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    The smell was horrendous; hot garbage mingling with sweat and sewage. So disgusting it almost made this place uninhabitable. I’d lived in some pretty horrible places since I started riding the rails, but this one definitely took the cake. This Hooverville was set up outside one of the oldest citie...
  • Opinion > Spirituality / Religion
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    It was once said that men are the sum total of all their experiences. I say we're smaller than that; we are not the total, but the average of our experiences. Namely, we are the total of our experiences and all that we were taught, divided by the number of experiences and lessons given to us. Whet...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    No one remembers the good, They'll forget it soon as they could, Who would remember, That little helper, Who's gone as soon as they're done? Who remembers the good, When the bad hurts so much longer? The answer soon becomes clear, no one remembers the good. How can we go ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Don't open 'till x-mas The little card said That little paper was making me dizzy in the head For such a small boy That wants his new toy That little card was a big part of my Christmas Spirit Can't you just feel it?...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Holiday Cookies Decorated with cheer Holiday Cookies Bringing friends near Holiday Cookies Ever so sweet Holiday Cookies I love to eat Holiday Cookies Baked with care Holiday Cookies For me to share Holiday Cookies With frosting dyed blue Holiday Cookies Go on, take a few...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    Have you ever looked at the world and its problems and wondered; “what can I do to help? I’m just one person.” Well one person can make a difference and Brian Jacques helps to show how. His book Castaways of the Flying Dutchman illustrates the power of one. It’s a story about a boy named Ben...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    My time is over, death is here, for i did call, and he did hear He took me to, a place i've not been, High above all, even the wind, I didn't question, for he knew best, I just had to be, he would do the rest, But my mind took to wandering, 'where are we?' i...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Way in the back, I stand, Near the front, I stand, In the box, with the musicians, Holding my instrument, I stand, Near the bench, with the players, Setting my helmet down, I stand, On the field, with the Ref, I blow the whistle, while I stand, Everyone sits, I stand out, In the cro...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I knew what was wrong even before my eyes opened. The warmth that I had become accustomed to over the past few weeks was no longer sleeping beside me. Instead, only the cold air wrapped me in it’s embrace. “You’re awake,” I heard him whisper. Softly, as if not to wake the only other perso...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    In Timeless Time and space so cold, Space and Time make men grow old, This is why, Those men die, And have their stories told Standing back, ever so bold, White bones creak with rust and mold, Those bones, those bones where they do lie, in Timeless Time Time is bought and Time is sold, ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    A cold fall breeze drifted lazily through the park. It groggily rustled the leaves of the trees that lined the walk and picked up the falling autumn leaves, twirling them in its grasp as it carried them into the darkness of the park that was outside the range of the small gas lantern. In a piece of ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Everyone's talking chattering away about this and that and their very bad day Everyone's talking not all of it's nice some can be warm most are cold as ice Everyone's talking to scared to be quiet 'cause if one stopped talking the rest would riot silence...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    It was Rebecca that answered his knock. Shadow was surprised to see her up and about in her condition, when she should be in bed resting. He would have to see to it that she had some help for the next few months, which shouldn’t prove too hard. There were always housekeepers and maids for hire in ...

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