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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Tell me I'm doing something right So I feel worthy in your eyes So I feel I'm worth your time Right now I don't Right now I feel dark Scrambling around in the confusion I want you to notice Ask me what's wrong I'll tell you I trust you And you of all people know th...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Living in Colorado, we are always praying for rain. We life in a perpetual state of drought, the ground always crying out for moisture. But this summer has been a little different. The Waldo Canyon Fire of 2013 stripped our sacred mountains of their beauty. Our mountains are now cloaked in ashes an...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    I was born into what I call a pseudo-Christian family. My mom believed in God and Jesus and the Bible, but she rarely goes to church. I’ve never really asked my dad what he believes, but he says “Amen” after the dinner prayer and has always supported my religious pursuits. Because of these thi...
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    Frankly, I’ve wanted to write about my walk with Christ for months. I wanted it to sound witty and smart, with hints of sentiment and a few scattered tears on the pages. But nothing that I scribbled onto the sheets of crumpled notebook paper seemed to fit. I tried to discuss how complete His lo...
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    Rain trickles down The chilly window The cloudy sky Is not yet dreary It's not yet old It's not yet gloomy It's real It's an icy reality Like water on a sleepy face And while it seems sharp This icy, wet reality, It's not 'Cause it's the only true thing...
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    Every day I wake up to the blaring laughter of my alarm clock, smack it, and grab my iPod. See, part of my morning routine is listening to my “Wake Up” playlist. Some of the music is uplifting, like Group 1 Crew; some is quiet and happy, like Jack Johnson; and some puts the worries out of my hea...
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    If the people had no places No expressions to show feelings Nothing to get teased about Or to tease with Would the world be any different If people were all blind So no one could see the impurities Nor the things that make on beautiful Everyone would be equal With no faces we'd see not...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    “The second I saw you, I despised you. You were beautiful, popular, and outgoing while I was a shy, pimple-faced nerd. You were the cheerleader-type, the girl next door, and I was the dork who got swirlies everyday before sixth period. “It was during a writing assignment in the tenth grade ...
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    You know it was a good book when you can remember the month you read it, the band you were listening to when you read it, and where you were when you read it. Thirteen Reasons Why was that book for me. I was thirteen, the month was July, I was listening to Pretty. Odd. by Panic! At the Disco, an...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I walked to class, coming in just as the bell rang, as usual. Mr. Wells glared at me as I came in, but I just shrugged innocently. Then, I spotted her. Long blonde hair and all. Some of the other girls, the cheerleaders, were gawking at her and texting each other, probably maliciously. Perfect....
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    Gavin Bridget was beautiful, gorgeous even. Her brown hair was tied up in a rubber band at the nape of her neck. Her green eyes were stunning as they pierced through everyone around us while we pushed our way through the halls to science class. It was almost as if she read through everyone...
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    Gavin Hutchison Where did Brooke go? She just bolted out of here! I leaned over my desk and dropped the note onto Deidra’s hand. She jerked her head around and scowled. Poor girl hadn’t passed a note since she’d been caught passing them in third grade and Mrs. Ellsworth read it...
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    Bridget Waters Don’t worry about me. I’ll be fine. You don’t have to worry ‘bout me, I’ll do perfectly fine a Harding High School. Pssh, please. It’s just high school. Man, why did I have to say that to my parents as I got out of the car and shut the door firmly behind me? The...
  • Nonfiction > Sports
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    I have to be reminded to remove my guards from my skate blades, that's how nervous I am. "Alex! You need to take your guards off!" I am startled, but I take them off with shaky fingers. I also take off my jacket to reveal a magenta colored dress with an a-symmetrical skirt and a...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
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    Christmas morning. Children are up early, waiting for their parents to wake up and let them open gifts. Dolls, trucks, trains, and clothes fill those precious boxes under the tree. Once they’re a little older, there might be some gold jewelry for the girls and music for the boys. Parents recei...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Is there really a light and a dark? Are we all just one or another? Do we belong to it or the other? Can we have bits of both in our souls Or our we good or bad? I strive to answer my own question Can we be of light and of dark Or must we be condemned to one side? I feel like I have to be ...
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    I sat in the bathroom stall, my back and head pressed against the door. Tears ran down my flushed cheeks and my hands were shaking. Why? Why were people so mean to everyone else? Eyeliner and mascara was dripping onto the floor around me, but I didn't care. I just needed an escape of some ...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
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    Look around you. Try and count the number of people out there that are kissing, hugging, or using some other form of PDA to show some form of affection towards someone else. Kind of a high number, right? Now, fish out the people that are kissing someone of the same gender. That’s a lower numbe...
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    My dear, Sweet Prince of my dreams, I cannot tell you how much it pains me to say this But you are clouding my judgement My mind is full of your fragrant haze I wish I could get you from under my skin You're like a virus seeping into my skin You make me crazed, confused And as much as I want...
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    I take seven steps to the edge I stare over it It seems such a long way Until one would hit the choppy surface I suck in a deep breath and let it out I step back for a running start And I run faster than the fastest cheetah There are only a hundred feet to the edge of the cliff, now there are...
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    Everyone he knew had a feeling When he died A numb and uptight feeling that wouldn’t let up When he stopped breathing And said his last goodbye. I got that feeling when he passed away. My lungs hurt as if I wasn’t getting enough air And my heart skipped a few beats. My muscles were par...

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