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  • Poetry > Free Verse
    trembling in front his face crimson red the dark grey sweater buttoned up to his neck he opens his mouth squeaking short truths helpless, he chokes for air he shrieks his eyes tearing But the Students just continue on cheering...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    I am no poet Nor a man of many words Not creative, artistic, or cool But emotions within me scream to get out. Scratching at the walls of my heart, they crawl out my veins, nibble at my flesh, consume my body, devour my mind Until I find the perfect words to unleash them But as my p...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    "Ah, it's that time again", I thought as the Olympics opening ceremony began in London. I flipped through the schedule of all the events I found most interesting, but then a seemingly unprecedented thought popped into my head: Why are the Olympics so appealing? I never found myself ad...
  • Opinion > Points of View
    "But what will it do for us?" I responded with a grin, "Practically nothing, but really everything." When European scientists announced new evidence in support of the "God Particle", there were mixed opinions circulating. Some people were ecstatic from the news, othe...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
    “Water! I need water!” Most children know this famous SpongeBob Square Pants line, but do they know that there are billions of people screaming this daily? Few of us ponder the idea of life without water, one of the staples of life, but the truth is that 2 billion people worldwide lack clean ...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
    As a central part of his agenda, President Obama has succeeded in instituting universal health care, without being sensitive to the potential dangers of the law. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) was passed in 2010 requiring every American citizen to purchase health insurance. (...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
    It was a dark night on the streets of London. A flash of light lit up the night sky as a bolt of lightning struck the Earth. A young girl rushed home as the streetlamps ceased to flicker. As she ran, a sound of galloping followed her. She saw the shadow of a carriage on the dark trees slowly approac...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    In the streets of Europe, pedestrians circled around a heap of flora. Each one had posies protruding from his pouch. But then, as more citizens died, Soot from the cremated bodies filled the streets, Until all the citizens lay on the cobblestone, dead....
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    To see the world as full of potential, With innocent ears, and eyes filled with glee. Their happiness illuminates the darkness around them, As they peer at the world with joy. The look in their eyes as they stare at a flower, Fills a void so great. Left by man who is always miserable, With ...

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