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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I'm in love with a cardboard cutout, a silhouette of once-was. She's a paper girl, a bird who's flapped stained-glass window wings in an attempt to flee from her paper birdcage life. She's gone on to a place of mystery so that she may have a place to bury her own mystery in. And ...
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    She took a boat with sails of green to the land of New York City, The sails of the ship were pale grass, like her eyes And on them you could see her dreams. She packed up her clothes And her bags full of hope, And letters handwritten in blue ink, With teeny molecules of fear hiding in betwee...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    Lynn, my mother, is tortilla chips. Not the wimpy grocery store brand chips that fall apart and crack into pieces when you try to dip them into some type of salsa. No; my mother is the restaurant quality kind of tortilla chips that come in a paper bag at the store. Salty. Versatile. Defined. A jolt ...
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    My skin was a blank page No words, no markings. Not even a watercolor. You took your quill pen, And ran it over my ribcage. You took your fountain pen fingers To a fresh role of parchment And trailed them over miles Of unclaimed roads. Along the way, we put up Highway signs and road marker...
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    The girl exists in pen marks. Eyes like the oceans of Alcatraz, Like music notes, Dripping one by one Into a jar full of ladybugs. An encasement of luck. The girl exists in cracks in the sidewalk In drives through the rain With clouds of sound around her head Strike up your matches Smoke f...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
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    Every now and then, if you’re lucky, you meet people who are electric. They fill your life with staccato bursts of color and utter brilliance. Their presence is like that of the moon’s: bright and blazing and always felt, even if it isn’t time for the moon to be awake. They’re like the neon ...
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    If I could, I would eat words for every meal. I would jam them all inside of me and fill every crevice, every open body space with ropes, tangles and twists of words. Lovely, swirling terms. I’ve fed myself book after book, devouring them to fill my hollow, empty places. I hoped that the words wou...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    In our modern American society, turning sixteen is a big deal. It’s like an unspoken rite of passage into the secret society of teenagers. It seems to be the first age that comes to mind when one thinks of “a teenager”. On some level, when you turn sixteen, you become just a little bit cooler:...
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    People are tremendously disappointing. They are selfish, ignorant, bigoted, wreckless, inconsiderate and unbelievably hurtful. They take care of themselves before anyone else even comes to mind. They run away from conflict and refuse to deal with issues. There are the people who will let you down wh...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    "Colby, are you not going in?" I asked looking from his face down into the falls below us. Several of our team mates had already taken the plunge into the water and I was longing to join them. "In but not under. I just want to soak my legs off those rocks over there," he gestur...
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    I was like the gangly son, starving and desperate for his sports loving father's approval and attention. I was the cat that brushes up against it's owners' legs, meowing softly and hoping that it will be pet and scratched behind the ears. I was the woman in the back of the lecture ...
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    I cry every single time that I read “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”. There aren’t many things in my life that I value more than reading and music. And every time I read this book, it touches me in a different way. I cannot pinpoint exactly what it is about it. Maybe it’s the fact that it i...
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    “Words spread across a page in peaceful existence, telling me the story of another. Clever metaphors and silly similes explaining things that cannot be simply said. Clear imagery painting pictures in my head of heated passion, rushing rivers, abandoned, old barns and situations of struggle. All el...
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    “It truly is amazing how many different ways there are to love. Love is the easiest emotion to feel. It comes naturally. You need a reason to be mad, happy, sad or excited. You don’t need a reason to love. Love is a learning process. You discover more about it as you experience it. There are so ...
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