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  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    “No, your favorite color is blue!” I screamed with the shrillness of an air horn. My face flushed and my eyebrows furrowed together in anger. My classmate stood in front of me, staring as though I’d already punched him. His eyes were wide in fear, and immediately apologies streamed fro...
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    After reading Erica Schauble’s “How to Paint Your Room,” I felt as though my way of thinking, like the color of her bedroom walls, had been re-painted from a “sun-faded light purple” to “the perfect shade of Caribbean Sea.” Erica’s piece is one that combines humor and emotion, empath...
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    Rosie Palacios’ “Gravity” is a well-crafted poem that makes a unique comparison between a mother’s love and the force of gravity. Written in free verse, Rosie elaborates on how much her mother means to her, how “unstoppable, undefinable” their bond is, all while sparking a feeling of nos...
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    Katie Stanley-Paul’s “Untouchable” immediately draws in readers with its distinctive phrasing and writing style. Within a few paragraphs, Katie expresses the action between the final steps of race and the moment of crossing the finish line, delving into the difficulty, but value of completing ...
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    Jinsol K.'s “Reading with My Sister” is a phenomenal piece that tells of the bond she and her sister shared as book-lovers. With descriptions of their love of reading – particularly the Harry Potter series – Jinsol illustrates a kinship that is relatable and heart-warming. She chronicles ...
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    Erika Sorensen’s “Reunited” is an evocative, relatable tale for anyone who has had a best friend. The story of her relationship with Casey, a beloved childhood companion, and her undying love for him touched me deeply. I found myself empathizing with Erika as accounts of her affection for Case...
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    The piece “Learning to Love” by Callie Storie touched my heart and broadened my mind. The beautifully-written composition left a profound impact on my emotions, but at the same time inspired me to learn from my experiences. Even after the last sentence my thoughts were centered on one word: amaz...

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