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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    please don't take my words away. i need them for the beauty i was born without, for the entwining music and grace that i could spin out of silky sounds, instead. she said i was like a spider, putting my threads together in a horribly gorgeous trap, and watching my prey getting entangled in them...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Love is the blood that courses, trembling through our veins Softly rustling past our heart, caressing, gentle and swift Pooling on the pink of our tongue, metallic and sweet It quenches thirst in such a beautifully grotesque manner Stark red, dark as pain across snowy, startled...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    'm smiling. Laughing so hard, I need to support myself on the desk. They're laughing too. My voice is empty, hollow, fake to me, but they don't notice. To them, it's an ordinary day with ordinary people, in an ordinary school in an ordinary world. They can think what they will, a...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    Erica stood in the elevator, hunched over, hands gripping the shining bar. Her eyes were shut, desperately holding the tears that threatened to pour over. Knuckles white, she took in deep, shuddering breaths. She glanced up in the mirror and saw her red, blotchy face and quickly lowered her eyes ...
  • Fiction > Romance
    I hate the way I have become, the fragility of me, as if I wasn't a healthy twenty-year-old, as if I was a porcelain doll. I shuffle through the house by day, feet making a gentle rasping noise on the floors, small and hunched over against the bitter winds flung towards me. And then other times, I'm...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    The room was warmly lit, with the glittering chandeliers swaying slowly, almost imperceptibly, but in time to the gentle, rhythmic music. Malcolm waited anxiously beside the grand, bronze doors, worried she wouldn't show up. Nervously smoothing out the wrinkles in his rented, navy blue suit, the uni...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    Kylie had spent a lot of time picking out her outfit. The clothes she finally decided on weren't for that day, but a day that would arrive in three weeks. And that day finally came. She had to be careful that she didn't stand out - she needed clothes that would blend in utterly, until she was as ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    I pushed open the glass door, my backpack slung over my shoulder, and entered the main lobby, that awful sterile, too-clean smell wafting in the air. A passing nurse cheerily greeted me, "Hey Kelsey! How was school?" but didn't wait for a reply as she strode away. Dropping my school bag on the fl...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    Hot air wafted in through the screen windows as I lounged on my bed, sipping the cool, refreshing lemonade. Outside, the familiar noises of tires rubbing against the rough surface of the road echoed, and I listened contentedly. It was too humid to read or hang out with my friends, so I was perfectly...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I built her with the whitest snow the clearest ice the brightest flames I built her with the softest clouds the shiniest metal the prettiest piece of sky I built her with the sharpest glass the loveliest feather the sweetest nectar from the reddest rose I built her out of dreams and out of...

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