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  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    Saturn’s Man dangled his legs over the rings of Saturn and the stars burned his blue legs, making little red zits on them, making him red and blue, like the American flag. He tried swatting them away like flies, but he just burned his hands. He was bald and had big, friendly, white eyes and no m...
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    I sat inside the cranium filled with butterflies. I always likened it to a cranium, anyway. A big, glass dome so foggy that it looked white, like a cranium, protecting the brain cells inside that were the butterflies, the visitors, and I. The butterflies were the brain itself; flying and processi...
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    It was morning. I sat on a stone bench with a hot cup of coffee in my hand. The bench was just beginning to warm up, and the sky was already blindingly blue. I always thought the sky was brighter in the fall, but no one else seemed to notice. I sipped my coffee. It burnt the top of my mouth and...
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    The boy needed air. The humidified air of the hospital bogged down his lungs, making them feel like sacks of heavy, wet stones. He ran out of his room, down the stairs, out of the hospital; air, air, he needed air! He ran onto the street. Cars honked at him, but he kept running. He ran until th...
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    The man sold all his worldly possessions: his clothes, a blanket, a pillow, and a few cans of food. Then he stole Jarvis Jenkins’ identity. He paid a man named Alfonzo to get rid of Jarvis Jenkins. The man slid into Jarvis Jenkins’ place. The next morning, the new Jarvis woke up in the old...
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    The storm moved west from the Indian Ocean. From there, it expanded. First, the storm sucked the humidity out of the air as it approached; then, right as water was needed, it would flood the area. If people didn’t die from the drought, they would die from the floods. Europe was now compl...
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    Deborah opened the doors to the Academy For Girls. She breathed through her mouth and the gold buttons on her suit jacket bulged like frogeyes. Her cheeks were wet and red from the cold outside. Two black, plastic suitcases rolled behind her. She walked towards a girl with blonde hair. She saw ...
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    PART ONE It was the first day of school. I walked from classroom to classroom, making sure that children weren’t feeling nervous or frightened. I checked on the new third grade classroom. Children unloaded backpacks and unwrapped multiple tissue boxes from plastic wrappers and squealed when th...
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    PART ONE It was the first day of school. I walked from classroom to classroom, making sure that children weren’t feeling nervous or frightened. I checked on the new third grade classroom. Children unloaded backpacks and unwrapped multiple tissue boxes from plastic wrappers and squealed in exci...
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    Deadlines. Rent. Heating bills. Water bills. Bills I haven't even heard of. They smothered my creativity, and then they took a toll on my health. I couldn't think straight one day, I was fine the next, then another flu hit, but this time I wasn't recovering like I used to. So I...
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    My friend is reading Seventeen aloud to me. I hate her voice. I grind my teeth. Hate her. I slap her as hard as I can, and her zits pop, she falls off her bed, her glasses shatter, and a red hand is branded into her cheek, where her zits were. Her red zit remains oozed over it, along with her ...

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