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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I looked at her and I swear something came over her. There was this look in her eyes. I don’t really know what it was, but I could tell it was something powerful, something real. What do you call that feeling? When something completely amazing happens and you can’t find the words to explain an...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    They say his name is Ezra. Everyday he sweeps the fields. I watch him from the rooftop above in the early hours. A daring breeze begins to roar, blowing the debris of the world every which way. He moves along, keeping the can in motion. The angels of the day turn everything bronze and he is ...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    I want to try a little experiment. I’m a rising high school junior who wants to pursue a career in education. Right now I’m interested in education reform and policy. I want to hear your opinions on what’s wrong with education in the U.S., from elementary school to college. What do you lik...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Deep brain Deeper cut Darkest trenches of the mind Liberate my golden thoughts Onto this flimsy ivory shrine...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
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    Now sit down Take a seat Listen up Here's the beat And before you walk out Clap your hands Stomp those feet I'mma tell you a tale That I'm knowin' Quite well And if you don't listen I'll send it In the mail There once was a young kid Was raised in East Harlem Never ran with pitbul...
  • Poetry > Limerick
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    High taxes and spending and fees And that dumb stop-and-frisk policy As for the land I speak of It ain’t that one up above It’s the one that’s called ol’ NYC...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I entered Room 333 with a mild trepidation. Great, I had thought. Just what I need right now. A former third grade classroom full of broken computers, projectors, a SmartBoard, and a poster on how to choose a “just right” book. Not exactly the ideal place to teach a seminar to a class of ten 8th...

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