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  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
    A man on a horse slowly trotted up to a large white farmhouse. The man was surveying his surroundings with pleasure, but also with wariness. He reined in his horse about 10 yards from the house, and dismounted. The air was fresh, and the dark pines on the hills about the house wafted their scen...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    It’s a magnet, that instrument, With the ivory keys. Shining, inviting, And waiting. There’s no book lying on top, Or written music beside, But the old silver notes Find themselves In the back of my mind. Slowly I seat myself On the mahogany bench, And my fingers, hesitantly, Ar...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    I enter the great glass doors of the opera house. What wonders await me! Walking as if in a dream, after paying for my ticket, I tread down the red-carpeted aisle. An empty seat welcomes me. I sit. I close my eyes, waiting for those angelic voices to ring throughout the room! This is the first time ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I've often found it extremely amusing How my little brother, Daniel B., Is always affecting my life so very much In ways I've just recently seen. Yes, sometimes you get rather annoying, D, When boy-made sirens fill the air, All day long without an hour's resp...
  • Nonfiction > Heroes
    Heroes. Why do we have heroes? Because we need people to look up to. People who communicate a sense of right and wrong that seems... right. Nowadays, teenagers have many heroes. We have heroes all the way from Justin Beiber to Abraham Lincoln. What makes a hero a hero? Is it their clothes, ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I hunt through the cramped attic of a house in the South; Uninhabited for years; the taste of dust fills my mouth. A buttonhole carnation, kept to reminisce; A crumpled wedding veil from their first, joyful, kiss. A ’29 Journal says the markets have gone ill; A worn Bible still ...

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