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  • Opinion > School / College
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    It took me a long time to find EssayEscort. A very long time. But I’m glad I did, because I finally found some people who were willing to look at my academic writing and give feedback. The best part was that it was free. I’ve never heard of anyone trying this before, so here are my thoughts on ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I once thought that my time was endless. That the hands on a clock spun in circles, and that circles were infinite. I had once thought that clocks did not run out of battery, and that stopwatches ran forever. That when a person says one thirty, that meant five hours until dinner and not ten and a ha...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Mother had told me that we could not get a lizard, because the lizard would not like to live in dust and puddles. She also told me that the lizard had no place to sleep. I told her that the lizard could sleep under my pillow, my blanket, but she told me that we couldn’t afford those either. Instea...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    At dawn, when flowers grow from the graves of men, I stand vigil for a foe, Chained by shadows for blood not long ago, Blinded by the blade’s faithful glow. When the moon is blinded by dark souls, Fear shall bathe in blood, Silence starts at the thrust, For avidity, for zeal. Status ca...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Ever wonder what the leaves think, When I step over their bodies, Brown and beige with sickness, Snapping and crunching under your soles. You would think that they have suffered enough, If only anyone gives a damn, About their livelihood, Their existence. Some fall into puddles, And dro...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The tide comes in And the boy is born A screaming bundle Kicking with life. The tide goes out And the boy Cries with heartbreak Because his play things broke. The tide washes in And the boy Steps on the bus with fear With excitement. The tide moves out And the boy is impaled By t...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Every day a stone and a kiss, Was dropped from a hand to his final resting place. My father, being the man he was, Rewarded with cement rubies for his acts of benevolence. All the stones he earned, Were left with me, the only child breathing of seven. And I took on sole burden to lift the s...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    What would the world think, If I told it that death was real. That death tears the breath out of a man, like that of a man gutting a pig, With all its innards spilling out, and hacked beyond recognition. Should we bear witness To the lies that hope gave, By the lips of man whose mouths mo...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    When it comes to war, most people, like the idea of global warming, don’t know what the heck their talking about. When we start to talk about the possibilities of World War Three, most people deem you an idealist and slam their front doors in your face. Such action takes ignorance to a whole new l...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    Straddled the care of a thousand lives to be left in darkness as time went by....
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The walls were plain white, painted twenty years ago but still looked new. The main building was rectangular and the size of a zeppelin hangar, while four smaller cylindrical structures branched out in the directions of north, south, east and west. At precisely seven-thirty in the morning, about ei...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    It may have been an expectation that I would start out with the question “Why do I write?”, but I’m not the clichéy (invented word) type of guy. For better or for worse, I do my best to disagree with everybody, not to be a jerk, but to challenge common beliefs and ideas that “everyone knows...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    What do I see when I look outside? Nothing much that captures my interest. It’s been the same for three years. In fact, so little seems to register in my brain that, most of the time, I turn back to a mindless staring contest with my computer. Outside to me is, just that, outside. It isn’t much ...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    I come from a place with a shining leaf: a red beautiful leaf, commonly known as the maple. This place was a sleepy town, overlooking a large lake where boaters are commonly seen. Our house was situated at the base of a cliff, where brown leaves would commonly peer over the edge. In our front yard, ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Boom, goes the pound of thunder, So heavy, so powerful that sound That rings in their ears, And shakes the soul deep within. Crash, goes the fall of water, Like waves from the sky, Shivering and banging on windows and walls, Like a snare drum gone astray. Swift, the human runs, Twenty f...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Vague faces still lurk in my memory, And from those times was born a story, Like a movie so long without exhaust, When new comes along, the old is lost. So relived the scene that faithful day, When I put my arms around her and pray, Oh, God let me not oath to travel solo, Must I always let ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Let there not be a light, The harsh blinding light of injustice. Let there not be one who thinks wrong of the me, When really it is own hatred that stings. Let none tell me that I cannot, Let none say that there shall not be, Let none bar the path I am meant to take, Though you fill with lu...

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