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  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    The sky was a casual blue as the girl ambled through the forest. She walked over rocks and sticks and debris from the war. It was over yet somehow it still held its hand around her neck as her remaining family members perished. When she finally reached a cave she stopped. She sat looking into the en...
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    The drapes hung low, keeping out whatever weak rays the sun was raining down on the earth. Kelly stayed away from the window. The sun was no friend to her pale albino skin. She watched shadows dance across the floor, dancing to unknown music. They danced with slow smooth strokes across the dusty woo...
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    She knew she was going to die. From the moment she was pulled out of her warm safe sanctuary kicking and screaming into the uncertain world she knew she was going to die. Everyone had to. It wasn’t something you could just avoid or try to stop like the flu or cold. You could prolong it but what wa...
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    I never thought I would die young. I always thought I would at least make it to twenty-one. Then I could drink legally. Now that dream was crushed. I would never get my driver’s license or even work my first job. I would never graduate with my friends. This was it. What I had done in the last fift...
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    Being the only girl in a family of only guys is difficult. By difficult I mean truly unbearable. I have been the only girl in my family since my mother died leaving me in the care of my dear father and six brothers. I’m the youngest at fifteen. Then there’s Derrick who’s 16, the twins Joshua a...
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    Sweat dripped down her back as she raced down the track. She felt her new running shoes slap the beaten dirt track. She focused on it. She drowned out the cheering of family and friends and just focused on her footsteps. Slap, slap was all she heard as she passed the person she used to be neck and n...
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    I’m bad with boys. When I say bad I mean terrible. Every time one tries to talk to me I start to shake uncontrollably. So I tend to stay away from them and they keep their distance also. It’s a mutual relationship that I was fine with. So when Gabe, one of the cutest boys in school, came over to...
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    “Maybe it was his eyes. I could swim in those eyes. They were a dark blue. Then his hair was just so perfect. Maybe that’s what I liked best. Then there’s his voice. Not to deep but not high like he hasn’t gone through puberty yet. Maybe it was just his everything. He amazed me every day by ...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    “O to the freaking mg.” Cassie yelped dropping her lunch on the already dirty floor. The janitor gave her the evil eye as he went to fetch the mop. Cassie didn’t seem to notice as she grabbed her friend’s arm, almost making her drop her lunch. “Cassie!” she yelped steading herself. “So...
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    Smoke covered the sky like a thick blanket. People ran around trying to calm everyone down. Neighbors looked from the sidewalk across the street. Some with looks of worry and others with curiosity. Timmy ran from person to person looking for his mother and father. His brother had been rushed to the ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Love is in the air I watch as people breathe it in It infects them before they are even aware that the disease they have is more contagious than a disease of the skin It makes people do the dumbest things in order to please their love Hoping for a ring Then when the disease is gone, hoping...
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    “The drug in me is you. And I’m so high on misery.” Mia sang to herself as she looked over her essay. It was about her favorite band in the world, Falling in reverse. It talked about how the lead singer, Ronnie Radke, rose from drugs and jail to become the awesome singer he was today. He was h...
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    Mercy kicked the pebble and watched as it flipped and somersaulted into the small body of water they called a lake. The pebble made ripples in the water as it sank down to the murky bottom. Mercy imagined the pebble feeling cold and sad as it slowly sank to its fate. It was probably shivering and t...
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    Jesse looked at the girl two rows in front of her. Her smooth long black hair rolled down her back and whenever she moved it whisked to the opposite side. Jesse wanted so much to cut it off and burn it. Then the girl would have one less thing to brag about. She dug through her book bag for her sciss...
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    The leader glared at the same dragon before him. “You did what?” ,he asked in a calm manner. The dragon shape shifted to a mouse and cowered before him. “Stand to me in your true form!” the leader snapped. His calm demeanor fell and his anger showed. The mouse instantly turned into a child. ...
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    Forever and Always is a very pretty meaningful song. Unlike the songs of today where if it has a cool beat and meaningless lyrics it’s cool, this song tells a story. It tells a story of love that last forever, through everything. I love how it starts out slow then it gets faster. It also shows how...
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    He looked into her dark brown eyes and knew he couldn’t do it. Her eyes seemed to be saying, “Please do it.” He couldn’t though. “Marci, could you finish up here. I have to go check on Blue jay.” He said standing straight up. He dusted his coat off and looked at the distraught family. ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    The step seems scary. I’m a kid again, not the oldest coolest kid any more, just a lowly freshmen. If you are unsure of what I am talking about then I am talking about rising from eighth grade to high school. This is the moment I have dreamed about since sixth grade but when the move is actually a...
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    Jeff kicked the bucket angrily. It flew over the gate and hit his cow, Betsy, on the nose. She mooed in pain and turned away from him. “I’m sorry Bet.” He sighed going over to the gate and climbing over. Then he kissed Betsy’s nose and rubbed it until she mooed happily. “Jeffery Miles Jone...
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    Rachel bit down on her hand. This was nerve racking. She had the letter in her book bag. It had taken her months to finally work up the courage to look up Gordon Kindly. He was a janitor at a school called Private Oaks. He didn’t live that far from her house though, so after school she caught the ...
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    I see hurt and pain And think to myself, “What’s to gain?” From a world that doesn’t care It’s almost too much to bear I hear the news Nothing but love gone wrong and child abuse I see the missing posters Those children aren’t actors So what is to gain? When families survive...
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    The phone rang but Rachel barely heard it. She barely heard anything anymore. She let it go to voicemail and didn’t bother to listen to it. It was probably just her grandmother calling to check on her. She did that a lot since the accident. Rachel winced as her head throbbed. It throbbed every tim...
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    “Go mow the grass.” My mom said. I looked up from homework I was finishing. I knew she wasn’t serious. Did she forget that she was talking to her daughter who was afraid of hard work? I slightly nodded my head and turned back to my homework. “I was serious.” She said when she saw I had no ...
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    I looked at her from across the room, wondering how I could embarrass her. When she saw me looking at her she shrank down in her seat. I knew I scared her even though I never touched her. When the teacher walked in I turned away. Already I had found a way to embarrass her. It would be easy and the t...
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    He was a bad boy. He knew that. He loved that. Being good was way too much work and he was just too lazy for that, but she was good. She was a goody two shoes. She hated him and he felt the same toward her. When his mother coyly suggested they hang out he shot it down very quickly. He wouldn’t da...

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