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  • Poetry > Sonnet
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    Two angels anchored to the wint’ry floor Alone at last; sweet ev’rythings drift nigh Straight-jacket wings, down fingers I adore My feathers ruffled, longing so to fly But whisp’ring angel, why won’t you take flight? Snow curtain lifts; betrays his shackled feet The weather dips, you w...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I thought I was in love with that four-year old red-haired boy Shining in a silver knight costume with a black dragon sewn on Because I was in the pink Sleeping Beauty Dress I was a good Belle, too (Back when I hadn’t picked up a book Except for the blue one with the golden pages Brimming ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    you taught me to fight off Jabberwockies and now I know how to survive a kidnapping by a walrus and a carpenter and to beware the bandersnatch you never scared me, although I pretended you did to make you happy tygers were more of a threat to me than you ever were but you liked to think you w...
  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
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    (Lights go up. The stage is separated in half by a wall with a door. The lights are on in the room on the left, and off on the right. There is a table and a chair. Detective Haertel is leaning on the table; Alex Johnson is sitting on the chair.) DETECTIVE HAERTEL Mr. Johnson, a murder was commit...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    “Lizzie. Lizzie, I think they’re here.” At the trilling of her mother’s voice, the young girl in question looked up from her ladybugs. She had been observing them in the glass jar which had previously housed the few peaches one could find in Truro, Nova Scotia, during that time of year. G...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The Jag paced back and forth in front of my cell, alert and aware of everything around it, just like the animal from which it had stolen the name. Of course, the alias was not the official term. They were the Jail Agents of Security, or JAgS. No one was completely sure what they really were. I had h...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    I only noticed the blood after the man had fallen unconscious. It swirled in little red puddles, pooling beneath my shoes. Dripping off the tip of my knife, tainting my white shirt, and staining my hand. I swiftly rubbed my begrimed fingers on my spotless trousers, then cursed after realizing t...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Finn was racing, running faster than he ever had in his short life. His breath came out in short bursts, his stomach clenched and unclenched, and his legs were almost going out from underneath him from exhaustion. The dull downtown Chicago streets dashed past him with frightening speed, blurring int...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “April?” “What is it?” “It’s raining.” Sonny’s gaze locked on his toes sinking into the damp dirt. The wet air set itself on his brow, so it seemed as if he were sweating profusely. He sat on the clean forest floor, his legs bent in front of him. Searching through the tree...
  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
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    (The scene opens on a school hallway. Lockers line one side. They are split in half: there is one locker on top, and one on the bottom. There is a group of high school girls talking and giggling next to the lockers. Ella Clark is one of the girls, and she is opening a locker on top, while talking to...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I like to sit on the metro, just to... see people. Experiencing people is an amazing thing, really. Catching quick glances of their lives, then, letting them be. People are like water. They are beautiful to look at, and everyone needs them. They are crucial to human survival. But try to keep ...

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