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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Desolate. A country stripped of its pride and its freedom. It had been three years since China had invaded us. One day you are sitting in your kitchen, drinking coffee and talking to your sister, then slam! Lights out. Everything gone. * * * Three years ago 2020 “Katy, Its time for s...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    When the lone wolf cries he wants a friend, he is sad and lonely. Unlike the pack. The pack runs wild throughout the trees, chasing the wild moose and deer. The lone wolf can't catch the swift, cunning, deer, and the moose is just too powerful. So when you are alone and you hear his mour...
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    No matter how hard I try to run away, no matter where I hide, there he’ll be. Insulting me. Mocking me. Writhing like a worm on hot pavement, I will scream in anguish and pain as those memories find me again. Nightmares, crying, and sweat. Depression. The voice. That voice in my gut telli...
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    Behind the eyes of truth, lies, misery and darkness. Cold like the brick walls of an abandoned building, And whispers in the harsh wind. Like the restless leaves I drift, wandering aimlessly through broken doors and broken dreams. The pedals fall off the flowers. A dieing world inside me,...
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    Race to Memories Bang. The gun went off. Bryn pushed off her starting blocks and the race was on. Her heart pumped wildly with adrenaline. Everything was a blur as she sped down the track with seven other girls hot on her heels. 100 meters to go. Everything went black. She slammed into the black ...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    The Kayak “Ow,” Calla screamed at Jessie as she picked up a hiking boot. Jessie laughed and threw the other boot at her. “What’s wrong? Too fast for you?” He smiled. “No, you hit me with a boot.” “You hit me first, and that was with a kayak paddle,” Jessie walked over...

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