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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Bitter, salty, dirt morsels found their way to my taste buds one tear at a time, working together to achieve the most unpleasant taste to ever be left in my mouth. A taste that will forever be burned in my memory. A taste that will always remind me of that night. The dirt created a dust storm by the...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    I am from the horse swing from the memories and the park across the street. I am from the willow tree, lazy swaying, smelling like spring. I am from the Strawberries that Grandpa and I picked. The river whose streams tell of the journey. I am from Grandma’s roast and church services from ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    In the moment-- Indecisive, anxious, fearful. Racing thoughts, dreading what’s to come-- Dependent. A year from now-- Decisive, calm, trusting. Overwhelming opportunities, unafraid of change-- Independent....
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    When I’m around people I am radiant red. Unafraid, curious, and interested. The red fades to a blue as I gather my thoughts. Time to think and meditate brings me to know my color inside and out The content blue dives into a deeper shade Just to be transitioned into the radiant red that I’...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    One year old. My world is flawless. Rainforest continues to flourish, rivers flow and families grow. My population, dense and stable, feeling invincible. Eight years old. My world is fading. my family falls away, along with the rivers clarity, My population, cut in half, never the same....
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    Five years young, letting the stories seap in. Innocent. Naive. Wide-eyed. Thriving on the tales— never forgotten. Seventeen years young, I see things I didn’t before. Struggle. Regret. Passion. Their eyes tell the story— never forgotten. Thirty-eight years young, next generation....
  • Nonfiction > Educator of the Year
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    The stereotype I had always held of study hall teachers was instantly altered when relentless laughter echoed through the entire commons, shamelessly released by Miss Downing. When I first met her, this expressive woman acted as if we had known each other for years. For awhile I thought I had my inf...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Here I stand. Thoughts slowly vanish in undivided awe, words flea. Complete in You. I know You. Come humbled in Your presence, captivated. Those worldly whispers, silenced. You alone are God....
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    They meet me. Let me talk, sure. They may hear me, but do they listen? They judge me, interpret me. Bend me, break me. Yet don’t even know me. Interest fades, one day i’ll be known. But now? I’m left. Again....
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “You’re fat and worthless.” “No one wants you.” “You’re not going to go anywhere in life.” I have people giving me these constant reminders, but I can’t accept them. I won’t accept them. Do they think I haven’t noticed the body I live in? Because I have. I’ve been trapped in ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    “Who want’s to go first?” That aching inside me tells me to push myself, overpowering my fear and self-doubt, just long enough for me to raise my hand, instantly making me the unsaid leader of my gym class. What did I just do? I can’t do this. But there’s no way that I would allow tha...
  • Nonfiction > Interviews
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    When Ryan,18, picked up the phone on January 3rd, 2012, he was unaware that the phone call would change his life. “It wasn’t a tone that I was used to hearing, or a tone that I wanted to be used to hearing,” said Ryan. That morning, Ryan was taking care of Ashley’s, his sister, childre...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    In the movie, No They Can’t, John Stossel explains, rather strongly, his view on the government vs. free people in a free market. He brought up many points that I didn’t give much thought to, let alone know, before. From restrictions put on business to the, some might say, violating the TSA; Sto...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Everyone has something they excel in. Whether it’s sports, music, art, school, the list of possibilities goes on and on. But I’ve never had anything that makes people think wow, I wish I could do that. But I have had writing. It’s the one thing I really love doing and actually do an okay good ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    As I thought about why I really love to write, I was forced to think long and hard about when and why I first fell in love with writing. After running in circles in my head, my thinking brought me back to the age of seven. The year I learned to write. Every night I would dread going to bed just ...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    The novel, Les Miserables, written by Victor Hugo in 1862, was recently made into a movie. According to many users on rottentomatoes.com, it was a huge success as a musical and movie in general. The movie is set in the 19th century in France. It hones in on a prisoner, Jean Valjean, played by Hu...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    What college do I want to go to? Do I want to go out of state? Do I even want to go to college? Seniors are now being faced with these questions and Laura, a senior, has her decisions made-at least. Laura will be living in the Capernwray Hall in Lancashire, England. There, she will attend Capernw...
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    A name can be something that defines us. Or something we yearn to live up to. When I think of names, I think of them more as the person who owns that name. I think of how many there are and how incredibly difficult it would be to know all of them. Let alone to know the person themselves. A name is m...
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    “Who want’s to go first?” That aching inside me tells me to push myself, overpowering my fear and self-doubt, just long enough for me to raise my hand, instantly making me the unsaid leader of the gym class. What did I just do? I can’t do this. But there’s no way that I would allow th...
  • Nonfiction > Educator of the Year
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    A favorite teacher. Everyone has someone they think of instantly. For me, that’s Mr. Hessler. It’s not typically easy for teachers to be given the honoring label of the “favorite teacher” in the eyes of the students. We are generally unreasonably hard on teachers, thus making it more dif...

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