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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Can I just start by saying how much I dislike riding the speedline? Sure, it gets me where I need to go, but since I am both a claustrophobe and a germaphobe (and prone to motion sickness), you can see why sitting in a germy enclosed car that sways slightly as it passes over the Ben Franklin Bridge....
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    “Gotta get this in before the new year!” George says as he gorges himself on ice cream. “You seriously aren’t going on a diet on Wednesday,” his wife Elsie interjects. “You made this resolution in 2013, and 2012, and 2011, and 2010, and 2009…” “I get it!” George snapped. ...
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    I am not a TV watcher. I’m not one that turns on the TV and says: “What’s on?” My little brother is, however, a TV watcher. He watches MeTV, a nice channel that features old shows. Like “The Brady Bunch”, “Gilligan’s Island”, “M*A*S*H”, and “Emergency!” He will watch...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Once upon a time, a long time ago, in a not-so-exotic land, you and I were in a fairy tale. You were there when we, holding hands, took our first steps. Our moms looked on while grabbing the camera off the shelf, ready to document another chapter of our lives in the family photo albums. Do you rem...
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    Blinding white, the snow fell upon the dark foreboding trees silhouetted against the gray sky. I kept walking, my feet leaving marks in the previously untouched snow. My cheeks were red, the wind continuing to lash mercilessly like tiny whips. I looked behind me, but I couldn’t see them anymore. I...
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    Dear Cassie, I know you hate to be called that. It’s childish, and you prefer Cassandra now. I know you’re worrying if your dream school will accept you. Of course it will. You are smart, smarter than me. When I brought home an ‘A’, you brought home an ‘A+’. When I could name any given...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    What sort of things have you heard about homeschoolers? Might it be one (or more) of these? 1. They are hermits or something 2. They only are able to socialize with siblings 3. They don’t know how to dress 4. They are just…weird 5. They have no life whatsoever. 6. They are Mormons o...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    Making a movie, even one that is thirteen minutes long, is not easy. Problems ranging from limited amount of cast members, a rainy day, a camera low on battery, or lack of patience are what many unprofessional movie-makers have to face. But don’t let that throw you off, because a finished movie is...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The creaky floorboards, the rusty doorknob in the bathroom, (which made it hard to open and eventually led to my little sister Emma trapping herself inside.) and the golden carpeting in the dining room, hideous as it was, all made 129 East Avenue home. I was wandering through the house the day my p...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Thursday, February 28th 7:02 pm I have to turn in a poem tomorrow for English class. I shouldn’t have put it off. I had all week. Now I’m in for it, because I’m having major writer’s block and a blank piece of paper. Dianna told me to call her. For all I know, Nathan Brooks, my crush ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I bend down to tie my shoe. Students rush by, barely noticing me. But I notice them. I’ve always been an observer, very chameleon-like the way I fade into the background. I’m also very bookish. It might come naturally, since I’ve always been painfully shy. I discovered the way to avoid being s...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Snow falling gently like small dancers in the sky beautiful snowfall...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    “Amelie, Monsieur Durand is coming today!” I glanced up, startled. My aunt was standing in the doorway, eyebrows raised. She crossed the room and glanced down at the coat on which I was supposed to be stitching buttons. “You’re only that far? Monsieur Durand wants his redingote en l?vite fin...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer-reindeer!” My twin sister Olivia bellowed from the kitchen. At sixteen years old, she STILL sings Rudolph just to annoy me. My eight year old brothers David and Luke exchanged looks of glee. “Grandma got run over by a rein-DEER!” they sang, grinning. When te...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “What are you doing the day before Christmas, Madison?” Carla brushed back her silky long hair from her face as she spoke. I wish I could have hair like that. I touched my own brown hair quickly. It’s never been past my shoulders, but it’s short and choppy now. I shrugged. Usually I entertai...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I kneel down in my empty room. It looks strange, all the posters stripped of the sea green walls. I slowly open the shoebox. There are old photos inside. Picking up the first photo, I look closely. I’m there, at age four. We’re decorating the Christmas tree. Taped to the photo, I’m surprised t...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Relax, Sophie. You’ll be fine.” My mother said. I couldn’t believe I was letting her walk me to school on my first day of high school. We live only two blocks away for crying out loud. If I was ‘going to be fine’ then why can’t I walk to school on my own? East Ridge is like, this real...
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