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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I thought about his question as we ran along the forested path, winding our way through the arboretum on one of our after-school runs. The echo of cars had long since faded, and the trees, damp from a recent rain, blocked out any sounds. In the quiet and cool afternoon, my mind wandered as I visuali...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    They said the first thing to go would be my mind. Shortly followed by the decay of my vital organs, just as a side affect of being old. I was okay with that. But my mind. It was one thing I refused to loose. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a choice, and the more of my body the disease consumed, the l...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    He’s the type of boy I would make a sandwich for. The type I could clean the bathrooms with and have a good time. He’s one of those people who the better you know them, the more beautiful they become. Sometimes, I’ll go over to his house and we’ll make an elaborate plan. Then...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The sky was red that night. Lit up with the embers from the fire, grey clouds of smoke painted across our outdoor ceiling. The ash fell like snow that night, but not the good, beautiful kind that piled on window sills and canceled school. This ash was hot, an ugly, damaging heat that singed ever...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    My red bag was huge. I had to kneel on the top just to get it to close. Half the zipper pulls were missing and the side pocket no longer had velcro. The wheels were jammed with dirt and dust from too many trips. The handle was broken and didn’t slide down correctly. My mother loaned me money for a...
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    Part of me, the down to earth, reality-tied part, knew I wouldn’t be able to keep up. But another part of me, maybe equally as big, hoped I could. Two days ago we’d gone to a movie together. The two us in the surely germ-infested chairs of the metro. I loved that he and I could go to a movi...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    google chrome has a setting under the “history tab” in a drop-down menu that gives you an option about whether you want to delete the hour you spent online, your time divided between facebook and youtube or the last option on the list, clear it all from the beginning of time. oh...

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