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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    Baggy pants sagging. Grunge shirts ripped. Arms bare. Up to no good. Twentyish youngsters. Wandering aimlessly. Standing. Lifting a sweaty baseball cap to the blearing sun. “You think you’re so much, huh?” One of them affronts another, sneering. The second guy shoves back. “Ooh, I’m so ...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
    1. Wake’n’Bacon: Mmmmm! Wake up to the warm smell of meat. At 6AM, this app automatically sputters yummy bits of bacon at your face. If you try to snooze, it’ll shove bacon down your throat. As seen on Kijiji, The Onion, Uncyclopedia, and Fox News 2. Laser-Precise Fruit by the Foot Ruler: N...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    The ground is soft, gently swaying grass on an invisible soil covered underneath. I tug at a dandelion, accidentally pulling up a blade of clover in my fingers, and twiddle it, looking at the brown soil. A squirrel just a few steps from me hops two little steps and suddenly glances up, around, and r...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
    We went to the grassy fields to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but all of a sudden, groundhogs began popping out of nowhere. It was like that game where rats dug holes through the soil and you had to hit them with a toy hammer to win a prize. One groundhog had a round, creepy-looking head shaped like ...
  • Opinion > Points of View
    A couple months ago, I read a survey on medical students’ top wishes for Christmas. Top wish: photographic memory. As a high school student, I can remotely understand the depth and intensity of such a desire. The hours spent memorizing historical trivialities which I will probably have forgotte...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    I remember as a child, the magic seasons Seeing the first flock of grey across a clear blue sky the melting snow, laced in a crystalline sloshing slush spring was once a beginning call, an awakening song a clean t-shirt, fresh and soft autumn leaves fell into a multicolored puddle deep sprayed...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    As I tread through the thick and icy thawed snow step in your footsteps, serenade your shadow I face your faceless back, always turned away The stars shine silver and the slush reflects gray above impatient crunching, and hunching noise I might hear your echo, but not your human voice You ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Yellow sparkling diamonds covered the beach when I sank my feet into the soft, warm ground millions and millions and millions of grains of gold wonder if I'll ever step in the same ones again for sometimes I feel one teeny grain of sand cry I've met you twice, thrice, many times ago ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    do we enter society or does society enter us intruding into the garden of innocence knocking over the natural order stealing our individuality and politely leaving with a professional smile...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    To be in this world is my requiem for a dream, a passion that came unto me before I was born From the moment I chewed on the juicy, golden fruit to the smile of the gentle bumblebee on my nose I knew that this was where I wanted to be I did not remember my past lives I have forgotten who I h...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    My words can dry up the Sun King My words can shatter a crystal heart My words can mesmerize meek minds My words can revive the walking dead My words can sentence a lawyer to life My words can absolve a national traitor My words can grow young men into old boys My words can clear up the blue ...
  • Poetry > Haiku
    Two adjacent desks first bites pen, second deep sighs got nothing to write...
  • Poetry > Haiku
    Forest’s silent song fairies playing hide and seek invisible home...
  • Poetry > Haiku
    Mirror, O Mirror who’s the fairest cat of all? scratch you anyway...
  • Poetry > Haiku
    Choc’late factory children dig hands in rainbows squeals of savage joy...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Crack, blossom, bloom Through a snowy loom hear her pop sprouting on top Bluebell making room Taste, nibble, chomp Rolling with a romp something fresh a leafy mesh Catepillar's pomp Dive, flutter, fly Into the open sky where she goes nobody knows Monarch butterfly...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Crack, blossom, bloom Through a snowy loom hear her pop sprouting on top Bluebell making room Taste, nibble, chomp Rolling with a romp something fresh a leafy mesh Catepillar's pomp Dive, flutter, fly Into the open sky where she goes nobody knows Monarch butterfly...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    They love the wealthy, leisured paradise They hate the greedy, cunning bastards They envy the jobless, who have nothing to lose They pity the homeless, who have nothing to eat They live in perfect balance between rich and poor They die in hellish chaos between fear and hope They find mor...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Emptiness chalked out the day we first met, solemnity soaking through, hair dripping wet I asked why you were standing there, alone in the cold but the only sound I could hear, was the silence of the rain. As tempests of torrents thundered from the sky, streams over your cheeks flow...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
    Thor’s thund’rous mjolnir earthquakes glum Earth’s ground Ecstatic chaos grumbles hell gongs’ war Tsunamis swallow squealing squirrels drowned And down pour Neptune’s cracking, lightning roar Fling screeching babies into beeping cars Afar they zoom from monster ocean waves Drenched...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    My cellphone is beeping, but I’m not picking up The lights are flashing, but I can’t see them The world is calling, and I’m just here waiting A lonely ghost at the edge of the world I am waiting for the tides to come in The white foam to wash in and recede into the distance unveili...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Glug, glug, glug? Glubbles glurgling on! Grimy, grimy cauldron? Gloomy grouchy growls! “I MOONLIGHT OF DIRE SKIES, STRIDE BY MIDNIGHT’S RYE TO FIND THE LAIRS OF DESPAIR WHERE HAIRY BEARS FARE AND SAND THEIR HANDS INTO CANS OF BLAND FLAN TO BE SMOOSHED INTO GOO TO GLUE ON MY AC...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Once upon a time there was a little fox the foxy fox was very foxy but he was stuck in a box So the fox pounded and pounded but he couldn't get out of the box he got so frustrated he punched the box the box retaliated, and hurt the paws of fox! Now the fox is sad and wants to cry! ...
  • Poetry > Ballad
    Above the golden, humming lake a helicopter flew the polished king of hedge funds up Manhattan’s dazzling view Encroached on top of NYC a shadow’s suit in black that eyed the never-sleeping lights gusts howling on his back His manners perfect and polite a diamond watched the time a...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    I hate you Every time I see you, I want to slap you I hate you You make me feel so nervous and insecure I hate you I see you everywhere I hate you You can read my mind like a book I hate you You spend too much time with me I hate you When you smile, it’s so suggestive I hate you You a...

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