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  • Fiction > Romance
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    To never love another, I swear. To never hold another, I promise. That I’ll always be yours, you already know. -Kella Cayden reads the note again and again, clinging to a happier time. Kella, that beautiful girl! That beautiful girl he held so many times, who held him! Now, she walks past h...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    The rain comes down Pouring from the sky It beads through his bangs Falls in his eyes Mixes with the tears Coursing down his face They fall and they fall He won’t wipe them away He asks me why I say I don’t know I turn to leave He begs me not to go His hands on my shoulders A famili...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    When you left me there alone, HE glared at me with fire in HIS eyes. “Who was that?!” HE demanded, gesturing harshly after you. “I told you about him, Travis,” I said gently. “That was Jacob. We were engaged. He went to war, and I met you.” I moved as if to hug HIM, but HE pushed me awa...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    The problem with society today is that we are shameless. Nothing is private anymore. Magazines print brightly colored headlines about improving your sex life. The media twists the lives of celebrities. People gossip about Lindsey Lohan’s latest parole and Kim Kardashigan’s divorce. Privacy is a ...
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    Here it comes again That feeling like holding air It hunts me down just like a hound And somehow, it’s just not fair I can’t escape these vice-like grips They hold me against my will Though I struggle and though I fight And scream, strident and shrill And the very worst part is I do...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    I never wanted to say goodbye to you and I know you never wanted to say goodbye to me. I didn’t want to wait till you returned home to hold you. “I’m sorry,” you said. “I have to do this.” “Why?” I demanded, tears streaming down my face. “Why? There are plenty of young men to fi...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Don’t tell me that you’re sorry Cuz I know it isn’t true Don’t tell me that I don’t understand I just don’t want to hear from you I said to leave me the hell alone I asked you to give me space Instead you called and called and called And left a voicemail with a crying face Leave...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I remember the first time I stepped into the show ring with a horse at the end of the lead. I hated what I was doing; all I wanted was to replace the halter with a bridle and ride. But, I did my best, because I wanted my parents and siblings to be proud of me. I earned Reserve Champion in the Junior...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I miss my best friend Please bring him back Without my best friend My life is hellish black I miss my best friend With all my empty heart I miss his smile, his icy blue eyes And funny mechanic smarts I miss my best friend I wish he were here To hold me and hug me And calm all my fears...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I’m kind of sick of looking into his eyes and knowing he’s not mine. Maybe that’s selfish, in fact, it probably is, but I don’t really care. I hate watching him walk past with the size-0 blonde bimbo on his arm. It’s like he just doesn’t get it! She’s only with him because she thinks s...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
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    I live in an area where no one is politically correct. “Racist” jokes are made all the time. People say “retarded,” “gay,” and even, on occasion, “Jewish,” or we refer to each other and ourselves as Nazis. For this reason, my area is known as being white extremists and KKK. The t...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    When he came in the fifth grade, I didn’t see past his dishwater-blond hair and big nose. I had eyes only for an eighth grader that I’d known my whole life. We had a poetry class together even though he was a sixth grader. Our school is just small like that. Anyway, we didn’t talk for weeks,...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    Tears. Tears were all Camia could see. The tears of her big sister, the only one who had ever protected her from Bill, flooded Camia’s vision and made her want to cry, too. Shania was crying on her bed, unaware that Camia stood in her doorway. Jack was sitting next to Shania with his arm draped ar...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    “Shania!” Jack said, surprised. “What’s with the bags?” Shania gave Jack the half-smile that always stopped his heart. “Bill and Gloria gave me the boot… and by that I mean I’m kind of a runaway.” She frowned and glanced down to scrutinize her tennis shoes. “Can I crash here f...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I should feel closer to you Instead I still feel miles away Even as I sit on your headstone Your beautiful headstone Made of a mossy boulder A boulder from our canyon The canyon we both love Where we shared so many rides Looking for cattle or hunting Or eating cookies and candy bars I sit ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    We threaten to betray this tortured sould And give away the anguish and the pain it holds We are soldiers, welled up and ready to roll We make the summer heat seem desolate and cold We bunch together into groups We're warm and liquid and flow like soup We can help or hurt you, make or b...

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