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  • Fiction > Romance
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    “What was your childhood like?” Amanda asked him with a punch to the shoulder. “I didn’t really have one.” Aaron knew that this response was simple, but he thought it was the most accurate way to describe his bleak childhood. “Come on, what about your parents?” She asked as he pl...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Long stalactites of ice Droop off my face Created by my frostbite breath As it reached toward the sky Snow builds up on my wrists Like sediment in a river bed...
  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
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    Int. Dark Room- Night A man is sitting at what appears to be a desk, with the only light on in the room a lamp casting a shadow over half of the man’s face. He stares at the glass of scotch in his hand before downing the drink, and slamming the glass on the desk. Man groans, and then wipes his mo...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The loud, obnoxious beeping of my alarm yanks me out of my fantasy filled dreams and back into the cold reality. I yawn and roll out of bed before I change my mind and decide to go back to the never ending bliss of my mind. I stumble my way into the bathroom and take a shower like it is just anot...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
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    How did we get where we are now? That question isn't historical or scientific. Instead it is a mere curiosity. How did we go from Elvis Presley to Jay-Z? When exactly did we start wearing our hats backwards and saying things like “swag” and “yolo”? Can someone tell me when teens stopped talk...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    The darkness comes and swirls around me. The black billowing clouds engulf everything. I feel it tugging at my soul. It saps the happiness and joy from my lungs and leaves pain and sorrow within my heart. In the corner I see death, his robes as black as a moonless night. Underneath his hood I see...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    The blank page taunts me. The blinking line on the screen grows impatient. It’s almost as if it’s saying “Have you thought of anything to write yet? How about now? Now?” My brain has nearly stopped working. I have to write something, I think to myself. It’s only the middle of the story....
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    Doctor: How are you doing today, Andy? Patient (In normal voice): I’m doing fine, Doctor. Doctor (Speaking while writing): Patient not showing symptoms. Patient (In Sophisticated British): I’d really like some tea and crumpets, though. Doctor (Crossing out writing): How much do you want tea ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The icy wind tore at Jessie’s face. Each time she inhaled, the frigid air threatened to freeze her lungs. Her fingers and toes were just starting to hurt, and she knew she had to get inside before frostbite set in. Somehow, despite these unlivable conditions, Jessie wanted to stay outside. The...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    It was a dark night, more dark than usual. The moon did not show in the sky, not that it mattered. Its light wouldn’t have been able to penetrate the dark clouds of the storm. The night wasn’t totally dark, however. Every once in a while, just as Haley’s eyes would adjust, lightning would flas...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    This movie was simply amazing. It is an absolute must see for any writer; aspiring or professional. Ruby Sparks is about a young novelist named Calvin, who has writer’s block, and is struggling to write as well as he did when he was just a kid. In order to overcome this, he begins writing abo...
  • Hot Topics > Health
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    I know that every kid in public school complains about how bad their school’s lunch program is, but my school should have major health violations. The food itself is alright, but the way it is prepared is just awful. There are bugs on the fruit, hair in the main serving, and the food is always eit...
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    It happened in sixth grade. There was a kid who got into trouble routinely, and was acting out more and more lately. One time he smashed a kid’s face into a door handle for standing up to him. He escaped with only a broken nose, and the bully only got an In School Suspension, but it was still pret...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    Forgotten, left behind. That is how the last man on Earth felt. Everyone around him was gone. They left his world without saying goodbye, without looking back. He sat in his field and wondered. Why me? Why them? Why here? Why, why, why? At first, he started to wonder, but after a while, all of hi...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    Daniel Anderson woke up to his alarm on a Monday morning for work just like everyone else. He rolled out of bed, and stumbled down to the kitchen to retrieve his coffee. He would then make his morning commute to his job in the city. It was an uncomplicated accounting job. Dan didn't mind it. He...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Why is the end of the world so fascinating to us? Is it just that our minds can’t comprehend the thought of our society falling apart? Personally, I have no clue. All I know is that 12/21/12 came, I was ready. It was just in case, of course. I didn’t skip school and hide in my basement like most...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    From the moment that I picked up this book, it was impossible for me to put it down. This is extremely rare for me, considering I am an unimaginably slow reader. It usually takes me a month or so to finish a good book, and I finished this one within twelve hours. Warm Bodies is a twenty first cen...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    I found that this horror movie, despite all of the blood and insanity, was very refreshing. Patrick Bateman was a metaphor for the upper class 1980’s American society. It showed how little we all know about each other. The movie makes you think about the close people in your life, and brings up th...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    The boy walked down the hall like he had many times before, like many times he would afterward. Somehow this walk was different. During this walk he couldn't eject one vexatious thought from his head. For some reason, he thought he was searching for something. He couldn't remember what it ...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    It used to be that humans made machines, but somewhere along the course of history things had gotten switched around. Now body parts were mass produced, and assembled together in a factory. They were assembled from top to bottom, starting with attaching the toes to the feet, and ending with the atta...
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