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  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
    This was written in response to gay marriage being banned in California. The founding fathers based the birth of America around the Unalienable Rights, the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That every man and woman, regardless of their beliefs or lifestyles, could live freely. ...
  • Opinion > Points of View
    In this particular story, a man is convicted of a crime he did not do. His home, his family, his business, and his life are stolen away from him simply because he’s the closest one to blame. People think they have control over their lives, but they don’t. Your life is completely in other peoples...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    “Derek?” called Lily out of the closet of their room. “Yeah?” “Which do you think I should wear?” she asked, emerging holding two dresses in either hand. Lily peered at her boyfriend anxiously, biting her lip. “Either one would look beautiful on you love,” Derek answered, smiling...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    White, spread out in all directions. From the clothes people wear to the sidewalk they walk on, that is all there is. But this does not depress me in the least. Because the world is my canvas, To do with it as I can. With each stroke of my brush, With each line of my chalk, The world is chang...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    S!T!O!P!P!E!D waiting Living LIFE No Regrets...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Reason why we hate others: Religon Race Sexuality Ideas So, why stop there? Why not hate those with blue eyes, Or freckles, Or that are short. It’s perfectly logical. If you’re going to hate people that are different from you, You might as well be thorough ...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    Fiction: Something invented by the imagination or feigned; an invented story. Fictitious literature (as novels or short stories); a work of fiction. Reality: The quality or state of being real; a real event, entity, or state of affairs; the totality of real things and events; something that is neit...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    “So tell me Jonathan, what are you doing now?” asked Aunt Linda, carefully sipping from her glass. What it held was unknown, whether it be tea, or coffee, or some other drink. Perhaps it held nothing at all, and the elderly woman simply used it to appear regal and intimidating. But, she did not ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Person 1: Generic greeting. Person 2: Curt response. Person 1: Confused question. Person 2: Angry accusation. Person 1: Blatant denial. Person 2: Sarcastic insult. Person 1: Defensive insult. Person 2: Defensive insult. Person 1: Shocked silence. Person 2: Childish mockery! Person 1: Blata...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Vents spewing smoke and filth Words t.w.i.s.t.e.d and unrecognizable Xenial people are no where to be (found) Yelling out lies, lies, LIES! Just another day in the White House ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    The smell of popcorn and fake butter lingers through the building Bored teenagers sit behind the counter, waiting to pull your ticket The lights dim, and you are transported into another world Pirates and astronauts, aliens and rainforests, the word impossible no longer exists. ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Step forward, if you’ve lost someone you loved. Step forward, if you cry yourself to sleep every night. Step forward, if sometimes you just ask, ‘Why?’ Step forward, if you’re just going through the motions. Step forward, if you’ve ever been hurt. Step forward, if sometimes you just n...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I open my eyes tiredly, something in the back of my mind A bad smell, burning my nose I call out, call out to my mommy The smell gets stronger, making my eyes water I call out again Finally, I can stand it no more I rush to the door I will find Mommy, then everything will be fine I scream as...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Roses are Red, what color are the thorns? But Violets are Blue,...

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