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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Dear Sammie, I wish that you would listen to me. When I talk to you say “that’s nice,” “cool,” or sometimes “why should I care?” When I ask you about it, you say that you do listen and you do care. But you don’t. You only hear me. Listening is when you stop and think about wh...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    A dark fog rises over the carousel. “Billy,” my mother whispers, “how about that ride?” I look. Wild waves lap the shore Higher. Children climbing into big black boats The winter air freezes my red cheeks I sit on the boat next to another boy. Our war with the red-beards leaves us fe...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Ever since I knew how to hold a pencil, I have been making up stories and poems. Whenever I write, I feel the magical sensation of creativity flowing through me, out my finger tips and into my pencil. I live for these moments. The thing that I have been the most dedicated to in my life is most likel...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The double doors opened by remote control. Michael stepped foward. “Excuse me sir, I would like to propose an offer,” started Michael. “Then go ahead and say it,” Sandra replied cooly. “Well, as you probably already know, your Messenger has disappeared,” Michael began. “Your s...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    “Wait,” the man said, blocking the only exit. “I’m not who you think I am.” “Who are you?” Melissa asked The man uncloaked himself. He was not a man at all, but a boy. The boy whom Melissa had seen the previous day. Under his hydrothermal poncho was a decorative set of blue wings...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    “I’m thirsty, get me some water!” “No, do my algebra homework!” A slight girl bounded across the room following orders. Her strong legs moved quickly and gracefully across the smooth wooden floor while two plump teenagers in wheelchairs told her what to do. After she fed them, bat...

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