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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Memories, memories, memories eating at my mind. drowning my soul. The babies’ howls, as they are stripped of their protectors, the little shoes being piled. Greedy men ripping gold, out of prisoners’ mouths. Me, being thrust to the ground, or against a barbed fence. A whip, lashi...
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    He loves me not, He loves me. Gleaming flower I had brought, from an endless sea, of a sunshine-caught, yellow pansy. Working up my courage, I inch toward him, choosing a passage, that was new to the brim. His face gleams with dotage, ‘I love you with all my heart’, I grin. His s...
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    In the center of chilling winter it’s sprinting, sprinting, sprinting across the rusty, golden tracks. The canyon’s depths, consuming the whistling echo, which cuts through the frosty air. It seems five light years away, following its sounds path, disappearing into the safe...
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    “Welcome to MaClear's Jewels. One moment, if you please; if you need any help, don’t be afraid to ask.” The store owner, Linia MaClear shouted after hearing the doorbell of the small Hole-In-The-Wall shop. She had been reading The Book Thief behind the counter before the customer had ente...
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    Months later, I still had that scar bold, red, jumbo, it was all on my face. Walking into the first class in my new school my lungs began pounding against my bones. All I could see was a stretching aisle, a teacher at the end, and eyes glaring at me. My blood boiled, and my skin t...
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    “Mommy! Mommy! Do it again! Do it again!” I chortled and shouted with a high-pitched voice into mommy’s orange and yellow summer dress. Her smooth, soothing voice responded, “All right. One more time, Molly.” A chuckle escaped her lips before she leaned towards me, placed her hands on m...
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    Original: The bulging creamy eyes Maybe hundred feathers sticking to her spine Looking at the small string instrument Hanging on the neck The feet resting down Barely touching the smooth tile floor. Paradelle: The bulging creamy eyes The bulging creamy eyes Maybe a hundred feathers st...
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    Lost, men and women no more That left something behind, but are not to be remembered. Sitting and waiting for a touch of life But no, receiving nothing With arms crossed, covered by a cloth of darkness, But with all signs of death One happy sigh remains. A smile, stretching out, and fragile t...
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    Pelatina Chapter 4 And, sure enough, Giacone had driven up after five minutes. While I had been waiting for him, I had been pacing in small circles, not necessarily thinking about anything but was rather looking at the sky and clouds. By the time that he arrived in his small car, my legs we...
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    Pelatina Chapter 3 Well....school is over...for the day I didn’t have very much homework, only a math worksheet and to write an essay for english, and usually when I had very little assignments, I found my way to the food service or different community service clubs, and log some philanth...
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    Christian Chapter 2 After school ended, I caught up with Jocelyn, who was talking to her friends, Steve and Dinco, about what I think might have been makeup. I never have her in my last class, Technology, because she said it was too ‘nerdy’ for her. I wanted to say hi to and talk to ...
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    Pelatina I am walking through the empty, shadowed halls of my high school, Skyline High. School won’t start for at least another forty-five minutes, but I am tired of waiting for everything to pass by faster at home. I live in the old valley of Salt Lake City, and I have never been out...
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    Bang! My eyes jerk open as I wake up to the shot of a gun. Nothing is wrong, Pelatina. Go back to sleep. This is normal: someone is hurt, at least that hasn’t changed in the past week. I force my eyelids shut, and begin daydreaming the crashing noises away, hoping that I will be able to fall...
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    The clock struck five. Only thirty more minutes. I rolled my eyes and moaned. I had wasted several hours trying to pick out something to wear to the party and getting my hair to look decent, but I just couldn’t concentrate. Mom had given me a choice of whether to go see Dad in the hospita...
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    I don’t know how I ever got myself in this situation: three jobs every day, twenty long minutes drive apart, scrambling to barely get by with life. But, I do know that I am not the only one living like this, and I do know that after I grow older and retire, life will get better. Always hurry...
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    “Hello girly!” I shouted to my best friend, Raina, as the snow-white door of the mansion opened and she appeared before me. I screeched before we glided towards each other and kissed each other on the cheeks. “Sorry I’m late; my taxi driver was totally being a slow poke. Oh well. I am just h...

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