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  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    Absurdity was an odd little town, a population of twelve and a half mammals, with societal goldfish, all of which were prone to flash mobs and twerking. It was located near the depths of the Pacific Ocean, barely 20,000 leagues under the sea. Here lived Jamarkus. His residence was a house angled sid...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    For once I'm at a loss for words. I imagine this day comes to all. Possessing them at one point or another. I have emotions in my heart today, those kinds that are simply indescribable. I feel joy but not joy, there is laughter in my heart yet I am not truly laughing, and I see a new bea...
  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
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    EXT. HOUSE- DAY Briant is carrying two suitcases to the trunk on his (BLUE!) car. Jessica comes out of the house carrying arm fulls of stuff (including a backpack, two large bags, and a large stuffed lion under her arm). Briant (to Jessica) Where are you going to put all that? JESSICA ...
  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
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    (Hannah and Caroline are both laying down in their beds in their small room) H: What do you think heaven is like? C: You're talking! H: Yes Caroline, how observant of you. But, what do you think it's like? C: Why do you ask? You planning on going soon? H: Maybe, depending on what God&...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The sun shines over the burning track. Runners take their places. They wear their country's flag honorably. But pride is held in. Unity and difference are forgotten. Now it's just two types of people. The scared and the prepared... The crowd cheers, anxiously waiting for their runners, ...

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