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  • Poetry > Haiku
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    I just don’t like you Because you’re too luminous For me to look at Not to mention, your Smile is too compassionate For my callous heart So why is it that I can’t turn myself away From your tender gaze I just can’t deny My undeniable love… Wait, I don’t like you...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    At one time or another, we have all held a pencil, crayon, marker, or paint brush in our hands. They’re amazingly simple tools that create life from a blank page. My favorite utensil was colored pencils, bright and colorful, unlike regular pencils, dull and boring. I use the color blue most of all...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    In my sophomore year of high school, one of my classmates passed away in a tragic car accident. On the day after the accident, his friends planned for everyone to wear white, in memory of him. Most of us did, and it really showed our unity: our school came together as a family. However, those who di...
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    We all procrastinate, or delay doing important things, at some point in our lives. But when this becomes a habitual action, it reflects poorly on the individual, showing laziness, failure to prioritize, and poor time management skills. Therefore, some of us try to avoid putting off critical tasks as...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    When we hear the phrase “eating disorder,” we automatically think of a bony, teenage girl. After all, no one else but young girls would form dangerous habits to achieve their ideal body image. Boys would never wish to be skinny. Older people don’t have self-confidence issues. Obese people losi...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
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    Chivalry originated during the Middle Ages in Europe as a code of conduct for knights. By the 13th century, knighthood had become an exclusive and honorable title that only certain nobles could achieve, and even then, it didn’t come easily: being a knight required rigorous training, strict discipl...
  • Poetry > Limerick
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    That guy thinks he's so cool But honestly, he's just a fool He called me a dummy I made him cry mommy When I tried to drown him in the pool...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    We hated Britain’s control. We wanted freedom. That was what my parents thought. I, for one, didn’t concern myself with the matter, and just nodded whenever they complained about them. It was the best of times. It was the summer of 1976. I was ten years old, carefree and completely oblivious to ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Thursday, September 13 11:40 AM “What the hell do you think you’re doing?” I recognize this girly voice – Adelyn. Even without seeing her face, I can picture her ice-cold stare. I turn to look her into the eye, trying to look unfazed. “What about it?” Adelyn scoffs, “B**** plea...
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