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  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    Patches of sunshine broke their way through the layers of mist. The faint outline of the beautiful wetlands emerged. The first one to awaken, a colorful toucan stood proudly and looked out as his homeland. A traffic jam, families of capybaras struggled to start off the day properly. Melodious and ha...
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    Wounded, it slivers past Pain, the silent, excruciating enemy Five legs of the starfish, reduced to four A crab’s clenching claws cleverly kill Paralyzed with fear, escaping is a fruitless attempt Healing seems distant, as the waves crash Hope wobbles along forcing a smile Barnacles and cla...
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    Thieves stole my voice, the scenery breath-taking, Emerald spheres of flawless perfection, the hills of Patagonia Brush strokes of white color pastels, the hundreds of sheep A barrage of carmine gymnasts swaying in the wind, the plants and brush Away from my school, away from my country, away fr...
  • Nonfiction > Sports
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    “1, 2, 3 GO LIGHTNING!” our soccer team shouted. My teammates headed out to position themselves on the emerald green field, while I and a couple other girls took a seat on the bench. Like a chess match, the game progressed slowly and always ended up at the opponent’s feet. I sank a bit lo...
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    August 6, 1945, 8:15 A.M – every watch in Hiroshima came to a stop. On my birthday, August 6th, approximately 70,000 people were killed by the nuclear bombing. Sadako Sasaki, two years old when the bombing occurred, was a healthy and joyful child. She was looking forward to the amazing life she ha...
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    Nestled in his mother’s cozy striped orange and black fur, the infant tiger cub is born, barely increasing the pathetic population of tiger species. Due to the very few numbers of tigers, this meat-eating mammal could not find a single female tiger. Mustering up his last drop of hope, Broken-Tail ...
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    A Struggling Survivor We all thought our lives were hard, but no one knows it better than Pi Patel. The Life of Pi By Yann Martel Harcourt, Inc.; 319 pages “I was alone and orphaned, in the middle of the Pacific, hanging on to an oar, an adult tiger in front of me, sharks beneath me, a st...

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