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  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    The breeze curls her flowing hair as she writes, looking up at the beautifu; landscape, smelling the salty air and hearng the steady tide. it almost sounds like breathing to her. Inhale, exhale. The color of the water changes as the sun sets, fading from a vibrant yellow to a darker orange; almost ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Broken Everything is made to be broken Me You We are all going to eventually disintegrate into dust and no one will remember us No one will remember how it felt to be loved by you No one will remember the flash of warmth every time you grabbed my hand. No one will ever be able to grasp how ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The world stands still Everything is blurred The frozen breaths The changing lights The plane flying overhead As i breathe Breathe in Break out Try not to think Try to block out the pain Try to forget the tears welling in your eyes And breathe...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    Dear Miraby, when i was younger, you were always there. Every Fourth of July, i would walk through the deer proof gate, and you'd be there. i'd go up to your door, and knock, timidly. You would show up smiling and greet me. Maybe we'd go sit on your hammock and watch the patterns tha...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Henry’s P.O.V I opened up my eyes, taking in the whining children, the people sitting stoically, the teenage girls decked out in labels, and a small lady reading a book. Her back is hunched forward in an attempt to get closer to the book. She turns the page rapidly, not pausing in her plight to a...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    My sanctuary. So changed from the childhood playground, with its wondrous zipline and trusty basketball hoop is now dotted with fuchsia spurts and willow trees. The oak is cut down, a fountain in its place. An alabaster sculpture feels surreal Its all too perfect. The grass that would never...
  • Reviews > All Reviews
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    The poem "blue on my skin" by Alena Dinh catches my eye as I scanned the page. The originality grabbs me from the title, so different from anything else on page 36. Alena's poem tells a tale, one which you read over an over again, just for the thrill. From the first stanza, I can sens...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
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    "It's Not Funny" by "Amy" is heartfelt, beautiful, and completely correct. I agree completely with the authors plea to think before you say things. This article is the story of a girl who was raped at a young age. She is telling us, as people, not t to say, in a joking man...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Hello, you look familiar. Really? Because I've never seen you. I've never heard you slink through the hallway, taking pictures of the atrocities of middle school. Oh, you want my name? You're featuring my article? In what, The New York Times? Oh. You are. I wake up, drenc...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The wind whirled and turned like a person giving birth Like mama giving birth. Like mama dying, Dad says i have her gray eyes, her windswept chestnut hair. I have his structure though. A tall, lean angular body. During the night, When i clutch my arms close to my body, searching for cover a...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I reach up to answer, Then catch my hand, just in the nick of time. I could have answered, let free the pounding words in my head, but i stopped. What if I was wrong? My math teacher drones on about transversals, and i try to submerge myself in the thought of summer....
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    Heartbeats by Olivia C is touching. Beginning in a doctors office, feeling out of place, ending in a school bathroom, feeling the same way. This article has phrases that make it original, with a stark beauty all its own, like a beating heart. One of my favorite is "Your heart is "Your he...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
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    I could connect with Sarah Anderson's piece :Our Best Memories. Ina this moving fiction work, she tells the story of a best friend who falls in love, but is to scared to tell the other. The character believes that it is safer to remain friends then to risk it for one kiss I really sympathize, ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Pop. Chickens dying. Jumping feet. Don't fall. You'll kill the chicken. You'll pluck its puckered scar. Ouch. Its you. Your turning the chicken into this. This creature. It'll laugh, and adjust to the puppet strings. Rotate its head, and wait for the shadows to envelop me...
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    Boom, light glitters in you eyes, shiny blonde hair sparkles in the spotlight, and the voice of Cambell (Taylor Louderman) fills your senses. You are glued to your seat as Bring it On, a hit Broadway show, brings the halls of Truman High to life. In the beginning of Bring It On, we meet Cambell,...

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