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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    He told me he wanted to put it behind us But that look in his eye I can’t soon forget Still I feel hands and lips on my chest and then lips crushed against mine My chin is still red from his stubble I feel different Do I look different? Girls are so soft You just want to pop them But my ...
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    Its so lovely. If I could coat the entire world with rain I would. Not heavy rain, but not a drizzle either. Just enough to soak the world and make the streets perpetually shine with droplets. And the sounds of rain everywhere would make it seem like something is always on the verge of beginning...
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    The hierarchy of responsibility for the holocaust begins with Hitler and ends with the citizens of Germany and the global community. Individually, Hitler held the most power while collectively, the citizens of the expanded Nazi Germany had the most power. Hitler was the visionary of the entire NSDA...
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    Before beginning taken to Birkenau concentration camp, Eliezer Wiesel was a devoted Jew who held strong faith in God. Even while at the camps, in the very beginning, Wiesel kept his faith in God. A Polish inmate also told the other inmates to keep their faith, as they will all see the day of liberat...
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    A Mind at a Time by Mel Levine introduces the cognitive developmental side of why our brains work the way they do. Some researchers believe that we are born with our brains being at a fixed capacity for growth and refining, being nothing in our power we can do to change how our brains learn. Others,...
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    Once the Nazis were in power, ordinary citizens were unable to protest the policies and practices of their totalitarian government without lethal consequences. Without an effective protest, Nazi actions grew increasingly bolder and ultimately the German people’s civil rights were restricted and e...
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    Paint the world red. Make it pop with a fizzle and a bang and have people never want the old world back. Because in a world of silent people, Hardly anything is said to break us. The city is ours. Lets take it over while charging straight ahead, smiles plastered on exhilarated skins. But...
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    Just as La Sien River glistens – by light – of the Everbright moon Her curiosity is Sparked by the glow of the Diamond orb. Reason’s found for Her Mind to wander. She may see – our Secret Things with cautious, Guarded eyes But her thoughts reside in Wonderland amo...
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    In her deepest thoughts she pleads for beauty- loving passion. But as she hopes she changes fates While Vileroy grants her will. And in another place of time, the blonde boyed treasure does reside, under the bridge of gone- waiting for oblivion but pure, too much for his hands to grasp. On...
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    There is a boat that carries the souls of the lost, Splashed red by the brooding blood that cascades From the heads of the deceased. The boat slices through sullen waves as scissors do a sheet of crisp paper. Thousands of miles from anything we could ever imagine, Such a boat rests on...
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    In a dripping crimson roar, the lion pounced once more. “Please don’t eat me, I have four children,” pleaded the rambling man. “It’s much too late for that my delectable friend. You should have spoken up far sooner, prior to your life’s expense.” “I have a life to live dear li...
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    At the beginning there was but one man, who lacked a face. He was willing to travel the world thrice over to find one. But as he traveled he slowly aged. While time’s cruel coin Would not but pay the fine. Eternal youth for a man who had no face to wrinkle is not so bad. But all the same the...
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    The thick pallid door of the cell slammed shut with a clang, reverberating throughout the asylum floor. Small strips of white paint freed themselves from the aged metal door and fell to the stone ground. This place, built in 1247 , was clearly in need of attention that it had not received in the p...
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    The shift from mythos to logos is achieved by approaching traditional beliefs and representations with new reason and modern scientific ideas. Mythos refers to ideas based on faith rather than the reason of logos . Galileo Galilei, philosopher and scientist, defends physical science and theology by...
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    What is justice for Socrates? To him it probably meant very little since he thought so highly of himself. He thought that he was better than everyone in that courtroom, capable of getting away unscathed and hopefully with his life. He makes one fatal flaw while he proposing other punishments for him...
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    My Most Esteemed Elizabeth, I find you, Your Majesty, to be a most competent and wise leader. I know that you are working solely to better your country and make England as grand as it can be. This being said, however, there are some things I would like to address regarding the decisions you have ...
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    For my future that is to be, to be, that not has yet come, to reach, to reach what lies beyond what these eyes see. To know. To wish. A fallen star is nothing more than a sparkle, a flash, a wink. Only to illuminate and dazzle night’s sky for one brief moment, then fall, sparkle gone, extinguished...
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    Just as La Sien River glistens – by light – of the Everbright moon Her curiosity is Sparked by glow of the Diamond orb. Reason’s found for Her Mind to wander. She may see – our Secret Things with cautious, Guarded eyes But her thoughts reside in Wonderland among the hearts and sp...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
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    In despair, as quick as thought A fleeting moment passes. Between bared teeth the Truth does lurk. But in his heart the lies Weigh heavy. Caught between a Cage of ribs. Tattooed upon his Heart, its there. Whispering in the wind. His memories of her still There, spent from him in year...
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    Lost by design… Sometimes, there are people who hide in the secret crevices of the Earth’s skin. Often, people don’t want to be themselves, somebody else. Again, people start over. Again and again. A child again, hidden in the most forgotten corners of their world. Always, when they close ...
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    In a world without gravity, one would be weightless, but always nauseous. Because of this, it would be very difficult to complete a lot of your daily activities without throwing up. If you tried to eat something while you and your food are floating around, you will probably have a lot of trouble try...
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    In Richard Rodriguez’s opinion there is no such thing as a purebred Mexican. In Mexico, most Mexicans are a blend of many races. One of the most common is European and Spaniard. Many of them are also African and completely that before anything else. They are proud of who they are and who it is th...
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    I am from purple flowers climbing tall, Shiny bottle caps and large black hats. I’m from mashed bananas and candy canes, Rocking chairs and old monopoly games. I am from tea sets and dolls and everything pink, From peeling window panes and hundreds of questions. I am from caramel hair, and c...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    Writing has always been relatively easy for me. The words flow easily from my mind onto the paper, as does the story. I enjoy poetic writing especially because I find it the challenging. Through metaphors and analogies, rhymes and delicious adjectives, one can convey their message to the reader with...
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    Whether or not you are a good farmer has not as much to do with your skills as it has to do with your location. If your community will flourish or die also depends on geographical luck. And the development of your society, how much you can advance your tools also has to do with where you happen to ...

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