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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Just this summer, I had been laying on a gurney, waiting for doctors to embolize a cyst that had been found directly on my spine. Two weeks ago from that day, I had been hearing the deadly roads I would have to travel from an orthopedic surgeon. “The worst case would be cancer. The best, an Ane...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The man with the duck tape shoes looks so cold. Even from up here, gazing from a luxurious apartment , Blankets and heat wafting around me, I can see the holes and tears on his thin shirt. Why does no one help him? Don’t they see him? Why must the snow fall on his bare shoulders as he shu...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Made of glass, crushed between two walls, the clearness of my body webbed with cracks. What used to be perfect is now broken, what used to be forbidden is now open. That’s what coming of age is really about; oblivious innocence to a black pit of doubt. Who am I now? That is the question we ask. Ot...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The tall grass is cool as I lay on the high hill, on the verge between the ground and the endless yonder. The stars look like pure, white flowers blooming over the sable sky. They twitter and twinkle secretively, unwilling to voice the things they have seen from their heavenly post above Earth sinc...
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    A cold, hard gust of wind follows a man barreling down a hill, a rifle in his hands. He weaves around black silhouetted trees with his comrades close behind. I taste gunpowder on my lips as he loads his gun. White smoke drifts to my nostrils, the smell of that burning town below. Only chaos e...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    Brother & Sister The air froze back again, the faint teasing breeze that had lifted my red strands of hair and cooled my sweaty flushed cheeks now far gone. The sun seemed to beam everywhere with a solid intensity, leaving almost no shade in even the most secluded spots. I wish I would run in...

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