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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    My aunt Lizzy has paintings on every crook of her wall. All are portraits of people we don’t even know. Just some regal-looking fat people she picked up at estate sales, with peeling corners. I hate them. Their perfectly powdered noses stare at me in the kitchen, bedroom, and dining room. Even i...
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    Each mind has a door, That firmly shuts all one’s thoughts. Yet, you have windows. Light pours through each one, Zapping out pain with gold rays. And, fills you with song. Your windows have clouds, Fluffy white in perfect blue. You sing like the dove. My door shuts out all. Memori...
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    Tried to eat my house. Not yummy-in-my-tummy. Bad digestion now....
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    I just lost a tooth. Now I’m toothless, and it sucks. Good thing I’m insured....
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    “I want cheeseburger.” Oil is your only food. I’m sorry, robot....
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    There are 3 reasons why Lydie should never be given any coffee (or caffeine for that matter). Each reason pretty much equals universal chaos and possibly the breakout of World War Three. So, if you see Lydie with coffee, smack that cup out of her hand, and you restore peace. 1. Lydie will force ...
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    I wait, Pouring rain, dampened sleeves. Still, For a boy with black hair and black eyes. For a boy who works at the Spaghetti Factory. He doesn’t know me, But I watch him through the windows. Just waiting, Hopeful Patient Searching for something. Waiting....
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    Always Amaranth I always wanted a prettier name, like Rose, or Daisy. Something more common, easier to pronounce, and delicate sounding. But no, my florist mother had had to choose the one flower no one’s ever heard of. Amaranth. Yes, I know. It’s pretty horrible. Am-uh-ranth. Ha...

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