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  • Poetry > Ballad
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    Hay bale pyramids and cotton sweaters Picking a Pumpkin Writing letters Pillow forts and masquerades A playground for witches and candy trades   Leaf ridden paths gold as can be skeleton bones up in a tree Thick woolen tights boots up to here Oh Autumn what a sweet...
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    Sometimes I feel weightless, A whirling feather in a sea of guilt. I feel worthless, A speck of dust meant only to be exhaled. I feel tired, Suppressed, And alone. I want to be loved, But I don’t want to fill the role myself. I wish to be wanted, But look in the mirror with disgust...
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    Skulls made of dirt,   Arms made of trees,   Oh Skeleton Woods;   let me pass please.       Pebbles for a heart,   broken and scattered,   torn to pieces,   as if none of it mattered.      The Skeleton’s wood,   filled with dismay,   monsters and goblins,  ...
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    I don’t want to be alone everyone of us wants a home I need love, I need peace, a place to release All the pain and decrease the stress inside my bones All alone. An empty street no one can hear me, I can’t breathe Any longer I can’t see beyond the road I don’t...
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    Black paint, hid the lies, deep blue marks beneath your eyes. A truthful stare and a legacy lost. Oh what their words have dearly cost. An opinion didn't matter to me you said. Then why are gone, a corpse in your bed? If I had known what you were doing to yourself, I would scream, a...
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    My sweet rebel, You are what you are A soul made hard by isolated cells. Your blood can run, Pour out the sun, But the fate won’t change you're here to stay Don’t let them win. Never let them in. No my sweet rebel, in the stars that shine down. Don’t let them see, don’t yo...
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    Why whistle when you can sing, Why run when you can dream? Why hurt when you could heal, why fight when you could feel? Patience isn’t perfect, but it’s a virtue we all need. So why rush-               When you can stay, and be with me?...
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    Alabaster pearls set deep into stone, We humans want them, and brake the gray alone. The cuts we make dig deep to find what we need, forgetting that the rock will gently weep But no one cares about the marble, only gems inside, and kill off whatever needs to die....
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    Your hair, your eyes, Will never be mine, For now they are in the ground. Your heart was so sweet, Yet so weak, And couldn't withstand the torture. I loved my dear cell, A place where I’d dwell, Far away from the news. I didn’t want to know -But I did- And sow A seed of grief in...
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    Edgar Allan Poe, The embodiment of Dark. Gerard Way, A Man who’s left his mark. Amelia Earhart, An equalist with heart. Emily Bronte, A girl who’s awful smart. Sacagawea, proof that women are strong. Malala Yousafzai, knew her rights were wrong. Joan of Arc, a martyr with a ...
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    Sometimes I feel like an acrobat with seventy-five names. Like I’ve been twisted, and stretched, Thrown and twirled, And been in every bodily frame. Sometimes it’s hard to be everyone at once, To love your neighbour, and impress your friends. It hurts to be grabbed and yanked across a...
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    I’ve always been so different- So inexplicably strange. I’ve never tried to be like them, No I’ve never changed. Sometimes the thoughts in my head, take a walk outside. Where people like to break- and tear- and burn all inside. I think about it often, how different I truly am. ...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    I see the spirits Black shadows of nectared night Clawing at my soul...
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    Slick black tree branches Covered in powdery snow Lace the trodden streets...
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    Howling wind sings to the sky It’s echo slams back rejoicing The mountains escap ev’ry eye Clapping, it’s thunder voicing The lies that they speak And the hearts that weep Creating scars that run so deep Like a soul that never sleeps, Nature wants to break and keep The pieces of ...
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    "Help!" An agonizing cry rips out from the wall next to me. "Please, please help me!"      Why won't the colorful girl in the mirror stop screaming? She's been begging for me to break the glass for years. She should know that no one is listening by now. "Let me out!" she cries again, face...
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    Darkness, Darkness Everywhere… Darkness, Darkness everywhere, Like a shell with no care. I A void of hate, malicious intent, The ghost of blades and discontent. I A starless night filled with fog, rolling slowly through the bog. I The sea of Death, waves so deep, Crash and tear in my...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Here’s to the girls who wear graphic tees with superheroes on them, Sleep in late just to pretend they’re somewhere they’re not. Here’s to the girls who would rather read than run, Would eat a peach over candy, and love instead of hate. Here’s to the pokemon players, tree sitte...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
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    I am a girl of simple pleasures. I love rain, books, tea, fireplaces, art, warm blankets… I don’t need much. When I was younger, I wanted to find a homeless person, and give them tea. I thought it would make them so happy to drink some. Afterall, it was an ethereal drink. I...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Many people have called me a prodigy, but is that what I am? Yes, I did write a book in fourth grade; it was about a PRINCESS for God’s sake. (And it was only 40 pages long) I wrote another one in fifth grade. That one was about mermaids and a cranberry-sauce eating shark. I think...
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    The metal skeletons in their Automaton car, spun around, and spotted from afar, The only place fate had ever known… There was there was steam there was grime, wind and a chime All around the grunting hills There was fake, and alive, and hair, and dye, no one spoke to a soul! The wa...
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    I was in a big town, Filled with salt, and people. There was a little boy sitting by himself, eating a piece of bread. He looked so alone, and yet; He was unafraid. He had a content smile, as if the world was now complete. He knew that he was protected. I watched as thieves who easi...
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    Protect me Sir Shadow, With your cloak night. I don’t want to stay, I don’t want to fight! Good man, I doth beg, For a safe haven soon, For I cannot stand, in the light of the moon. Please pull me home, just make it quick! I can sense morning, twisted and thick! The flo...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Words can paint themselves; If only you give them fuel. Good or bad, they rise....
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    The mirror is unforgiving, it gives me a sneer. I know I shouldn’t think this way! But I do. There’s a little bit of fat, right under my arm. It just sits there, deadweight on my imperfect body. Why can’t I look like Heidi Klum? Mila Kunis, or Barbie? Maybe it’s the airbrush I need, but...

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