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  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Gray rolling clouds covered the sky I could hear the thunder cry. Day faded to night, and still, there was a storm in sight. The stars and moon could not shine taking all the light of mine. Morning came and so did rain. Falling hard and fast, its only task. By my side the earth d...
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    My breathing was even and regular. In through my nose and out through my mouth. My chest rose and fell in the same consistent patter. It swelled up when I breathed in through my nose and my chest fell when I breathed out through my mouth. My left hand moved back and forth across the surface beneath ...
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    “What is this game I hear you speak of?” asked a random teenage guy off the street. Normally I would have noticed that he was cute, that he held himself high and proud. But not since the game began. I had been speaking of it with a friend who was also playing. No one was supposed to hear us talk...
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    A quite sound reaches my ears. Water upon water, the sound is near, it’s here. A drop kisses my skin. I wonder, is it a sin, to love the water? I watch the water strike the ground. It falls, it falls all around making such a beautiful sound. There is a puddle. Nearby I huddle. ...
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    Rain falls, smacking the windows. The sky is tall, so the rain falls hard. Thunder sounds, shaking the clouds. We count, one-one thousand two-one thousand three-one thousand Lightning strikes, lighting the darkened sky. Three miles away, it touches ground. Lightning cracks ...
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    Chapter 1: The End I am walking down the street to my friend’s house; she’s a year older than me. She’s 18 years old and a senior in high school. We’ve been best friends since the first grade. She lives only a couple of blocks away so I normally walk over. Tonight is no different. I just le...
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    Dear child, You got such a sweet smile. I miss it sometimes. It's been a real long while. Why don't you come visit me? Out here in the country. It'll be fun, just one on one. Oh come on child, I miss your sweet smile. Come visit me, every once in a while....
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    White and kind, soft and pure, fun every year. Christmas is near. Perhaps this time the blanket will come the night of Christmas Eve. So would please thee immensely, for tis long over due....
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    My friend and I were walking around the empty park in circles. She had way too many boy problems and I’m the one who got to help solve them. I didn’t mind. I didn’t have guy problems. I lived them through her. Most my friends were guys and it was hard for me to see them another way. Having ton...
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    I cringed. There was pain. It wasn’t mine but it was there. I didn’t know why, it just was. I didn’t need to know why. I felt it all too clearly. I cringed again. There was sadness. It wasn’t mine but I felt it. I didn’t know why it was there. I cringed. There was confusion. It too was not...
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    Alex’s point of view(she is a girl): It was the first day of junior year. It was a new school. I’d moved, again. 17 years as an orphan. 17 years moving around all the time. Never being adopted. Next year they would let me go. I would be a legal adult and they would let me leave. I’ve been wai...
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    Oh dear child, There was this life I knew , hidden inside of you. There was this fire, that kept me breathing, till my breath just would not come. Oh dear child, Do you know that fire, was the love I felt from all of you? That fire was the truth, that all of you would be with me till the e...
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    The day was cloudy, rain was coming. The clouds blanketed the sky in gray and, yet, I am still cold. I wonder...is the sky? Is the sky cold even with it's blanket? Perhaps it doesn't matter. I walked to the bus stop. It was stiil early but the bus seemed to be coming earlier than it had in...
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    It had beed three weeks. Three weeks since he had died. Three weeks since I went back to school. Three weeks since I'd lost my best friend. I tried to be normal, I tried to be strong. I was holding my 4.0 GPA and I was always aware of my surroundings, maybe that was the problem. Everything I he...
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    I was waliking in a field. It was spring, the leaves were green and the grass was tall. The sun was high in the sky and it burned bright. I sat down in the middle of the field and closed my eyes. It could have been minutes or hours till I opened them but I'd never know. I opened my eyes to find...
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    Day after day I would pull the curtain back from the window and watch the rain fall, watch it slide down my window pane. I would watch the sheep dog run around the backyard. I would wait till my parents dozed off into a light sleep. Then I would sneak out the front door. I had no cell phone, no walk...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Those months-or years, I'm not sure which-passsed in a blur. All I renember is that she was my friend. Ther were good times and there were times that could be counted as no better than bad. She was cruel to him and childishly i felt left out. There were things he and I used to do and we let her...
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