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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    At the start of every new year I always reflect upon the old one. My reflection is, once again, the same as all the other years before. I realize just how much I have forgotten, how little I have to reflect on. First, I try to think of all the good things I have done. There was the time I let some o...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    Once upon a time there was a girl who didn’t know how to start a story without the phrase, “Once upon a time.” But, without any further rambling... This story takes place in a library. No one really knows where it was or when it took place, only that Mabel Bennet was in a library browsing t...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
    If only I could be What no one else expected Something different, a new me One that was not acted If only I could let go I would set myself free If I could only show Maybe they could see If only I could not fall If mistakes were not so often Never ...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    I am afraid of something I may have already become and with no escape in sight. I am afraid of being average. Something, but not much. Always in the middle. Never to really excell in anything other than blending in. How could I, boring, plain, average Eve, ever become something great? Someone worth ...
  • Fiction > Fan Fiction
    Dreamy, handsome, sweet, charming... he is perfect. Too perfect. Meaning he is disney character. Eugene Fitzherbert. Sometimes, when my little sister puts Tangled on and leaves the room, I brush my fingers over his face and wish I were feeling flesh rather than static. My notebook is full of ske...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    One moment I was racing the wind through a field of gold on my white horse, and then I was sprawled on the ground eating dirt. "GRACE! Grace you get back here right now!" "Neigh." Grace trotted defiantly to a spot of grass. Counting to ten I got up and slowly walked towards...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    Courage is being who you are. It is so much easier to pretend to be someone else. Someone cooler, more fun, someone everyone wants to be with. It's easier to wear what everyone else wears rather than the clothes you love but don't know if others would like it as well. It's easier to b...

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