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  • Poetry > Free Verse
    A gaunt, old woman came And feebly knocked on our front door, Begging for food. I filled a bag with rice, And came out once again, But the woman was gone. I wish I had been there sooner. A poor, little kitten, Sat alone in the street, I took the kitten, And mercilessly threw it down a de...
  • Reviews > Music Reviews
    Every day, almost every piece of “music” I hear on the radio is nothing but nasty lyrics accompanied by senseless rock- and- roll noise. So I became very appreciative when I found this song on YouTube titled “Gibberish,” composed and sung by Ryan Leslie. I can honestly say that this song, un...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
    It’s already eight o’clock. Brandon has just come home from his after- school job at Dunkin Donuts. Right before that was two straight hours of rigorous football practice with the school team. Brandon played well, but the strict coach yelled at him for being late. The drama club ended at 5:30, a...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
    “Mother, who is that man?” the little girl asked. “That man is your grandfather,” her mother replied gravely. The little girl and her mother tightly held each other’s hand, staring at me with cold eyes. The sun, the moon, and the stars have gone, and utter darkness enveloped the firmam...
  • Poetry > Haiku
    A Spacecraft that lets man Explore unknown alien worlds With possible life B Humps of camels that Store water for later use, Where humans sit down C From time to time, a Phase of moon that is shaped like Half- eaten cookies D Piece of lead that flies Faster than the speed...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    The miser is someone who earns money but never spends it at all. He only piles it up everyday until the piles of money grow tall. Everyday he counts bars and bills and locks them in a shelf. But all this plethora of wealth is not spent even on himself. Everyday the miser is seen strolling...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    I was digging with a shovel in the backyard. Fatigued, I decided to rest. As I sat down, my eyes caught sight of leaves slowly falling to the ground. I looked up and saw that each tree had changed in color. Once, they were all a monotonous, dull color of green, but each one was red, orang...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
    “Please God, help me find someone,” I thought in my mind. My feet and legs were trembling from walking all day. I had been trudging the busy town’s rough, sandy roads with bare feet during a scorching summer afternoon, in search of a doctor who might find compassion to help my dying brother Si...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    As I was wandering through the woods one night A beast strangled me, so fiercely and tight. I struggled with all my might to fight That gruesome creature, hidden from sight. Through the dark air as black as coal, It whispered to my ear, “Mine is your soul.” He slammed me to the ground, and...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    “Hey, it’s time to get up,” my mother said as she tried to shake me awake. It was four in the morning, and if there was only one thing in this world that I hate, it would be waking up six hours too early during my summer vacation. I turned over and groaned. My mom turned on the lights, which s...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
    As I sat alone in the balcony, observing the world, a peaceful sensation came over me. But at the same time, I felt very lonely. As cars flew past me and as people walked by, it seemed as if the world was moving on without me, just leaving me behind to forever stay on the spot where I was: to eventu...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    When I first heard of James Cameron’s new movie, Avatar, I thought it was somehow related to the Nickelodeon television show, Avatar: The Last Airbender (which I believe many people thought so too). But when I saw the Titanic director’s film, I found that it had nothing to do with the show. Howe...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
    I looked upon the sky one peaceful night While I was gloomly strolling ‘long the shore. A gaze at stars so countless and so bright Had made me think about my grief no more. I pondered over planets’ splendid grace; Of black holes, comets, all the glorious things. I longed to see the gre...

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