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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    People have a choice To avert their eyes, or use their voice To stand up for the voiceless. People have a choice But find it hard to make the right one In ignorance we rejoice. Listen up Open your ears The suffering is still going on Syria, Dafur Will we wait till the people are all gone? ...
  • Nonfiction > Heroes
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    When I was a baby a little boy used to bathe me when mommy wasn't around, who changed me and fed me when I cried out in hunger. A little boy used to hold me even when I fought back and laugh when I told him to stop. When I woke up at two in the morning with tears in my eyes, afraid to venture o...
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    I wake up, still dreaming Lost in a shallow sleep Thought still teeming, Screaming Still stuck counting sheep I'm caught in a place between Light and day People pass but I'm still unseen Ever since I begged you to stay To say I love you Why you left me so young Left to fend...
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    A wave of blue that topples, Churning up the sea, Flowing over boats and ships, with it, dragging me. It carries those that stray, Reaching to the shore, Leaving bows and tattered sails, Receding back to capture more. In the distance, there are mountains, Topped with white snow. Above, the...
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    Time was like the jar that ran out too soon and was replaced by a shimmering new cup, filled with promise and expectation. Life was like my fingers that were reaching, hoping to grasp the edges of bottle thats flavor was crisp in my mind, and ripe with want. The hidden mounts of wrappers...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    Two small, charcoal-colored legs dangled from the height of the bridge, the rest of the body holding itself up on a thick rod of rusted metal. The bars made creaking noises and threatened to collapse on themselves, but they held the little girl up, as she was light enough now to carry. A pair of glo...
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    A slate of glass is a barrier to winter, Holding back the harsh cold of breath That December blows. The brown sullen branches lean, Burdened with the weight of delicate snowfall, And the clouds blend with the solemn sky In a mess of grey and white. Songs sung in high, shrill voices cease As ...
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    For a long time, the lines of text in his father's eyes flashed by, and crazed murmurs echoed the walls. Always silent was the house, the only sound being that of pencil scribbling furiously against paper. The boy sometimes stole a peek in through the workroom door, curiosity lingering in him f...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    The sleek streets, glazed with a layer of rainwater, proved a great inconvenience to the squeaking tires of the boy's bicycle. Steering was nearly impossible, not only due to the weather, but also the rust keeping its handles stuck to the front of the contraption. By now, Jack was growing far b...
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