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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Two steps and a jump, Winding up your arm, Pushing your hands for the thump, Snapping down your forearm, All together in mere seconds, After going through the motions a hundred times, the spike is a weapon, that wins the game sometimes The spasmodic sensational shock, Of contacti...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    With three domes gracing the climax of this beautiful building, Le Sacré-Cœur is the leading attraction of the charming country of France. Many people have raved about it’s stunning features. A tourist from the UK describes it as, “Paris’ Secret Heart” by saying: “The Sacre-Coeur is beau...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    “Shh!” I hissed playfully to my cousin, Alyssa. We exchanged smiles and kept our heads hidden beneath the exotic pillows of the burgundy couch. Our necks strained from minutes straight sitting in stiff positions. We were listening intently to our parents, what they were talking about, viewing th...
  • Nonfiction > Heroes
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    On July 24, 1897, in Atchison, Kansas, a girl was born who would change the world. She would alter men’s view on women, proving they can do more, dig deeper, and fly higher. Although at an Iowa state fair, when she saw an airplane for the first time and described it as, “A thing of rusty wire an...
  • Hot Topics > Health
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    Joe snaps at his family while walking out the door, and arrives at work, flustered, sloppily dressed, and exhausted from running two blocks to the office building. All day, he can’t focus on his job and he gets easily frustrated and distracted. He finally is able to leave, only to find an ticket ...
  • Hot Topics > Environment
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    "A man is born in a bamboo cradle and goes away in a bamboo coffin. Everything in between is possible with bamboo!" This is an ancient Asian saying, that shows how popular and useful bamboo is. It is a sign of friendship in India, and it symbolizes fertility in China. One explorer and mis...
  • Reviews > All Reviews
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    Casey at the bat is a very engaging poem, it makes you want to see what happens next. This is a narrative poem because of the rhyming, and amazingly written tone of the poem. The story is of a baseball game, in the last inning, and towards the middle of the poem, Casey, mighty Casey, steps up to bat...
  • Opinion > Points of View
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    Do you hesitate before speeding when you’re in a big hurry? Do you think twice when you see an illegal U-turn, or a yellow light? Like many Americans, you’ve probably developed a sense of security that no policemen are watching. And usually you’re right, but as convenient as this may be, it ac...
  • Opinion > Points of View
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    Four Hundred and Fifty. Is that the number of cell phones sold every minute? Or the number of pages printed every second in America? Or Is that the number of times your mom tells you to clean your room every week? No. It is the number of hotdogs eaten per second. Very much a part of Americans diets...
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    “S'il qui mange du fromage, s'il ne fait, il enrage." is an French proverb that in English means: The one who does not eat cheese, is always in a state of turbulence. A couple of days ago, my family and I tried the French cheese Le Brie on French bread. When I opened the package of...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    The barons charged up the hill in full armour, one of them holding a precious document, for which they were risking their lives. They forced their way to King John, and made him sign it. There were plenty of witnesses, and the barons rode away content, that their rights would be protected. This docu...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    One thing I got the summer of 2012 is a small pillow. It’s from a missions trip my church went on. We were split into separate crews with middle schoolers from around the country to paint and build various things, such as decks, new steps that needed replaced, or wheelchair ramps for needy residen...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
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    “A doctor is no job for a woman!” Maria Montessori must have heard these words hundreds of times, but she was determined, and had a heart for helping others. During the same year that Italy became a free and unified nation, in 1870, one of the world’s greatest educators was born. Throughout he...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    “So tonight, before you leave camp and go back to the craziness of life, I am inviting you to find your counselor, and if you haven’t already, give your life to Jesus.” I had already done this when I was about ten, but I hadn’t really understood what it meant or what I was doing. Two other g...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The Bonham family stood patiently in the gentle rain. “Ring it again!” Ransom pleaded, his grip slowly slipping on the green bean casserole pan. “Just be patient,” Mrs. Bonham said. Before he could say anything else, Royce ran to open the door. “Welcome! Happy Thanksgiving!” He s...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The white stretched on for miles, an endless mass of snow and ice. Beast peered into the distance. He scanned the horizon for any sign of movement. He saw a small flick a couple meters ahead to his left, a white rabbit, almost impossible to shoot; it blended into all the snow. Nevertheless, he aimed...

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