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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Once upon a time, they met Rosy cheeks, dandelions in the field From morning’s first amber light, Till the last rays of sun crest the horizon, frolicking, carefree. Youth is wasted on children. Glistening tears of joy Tasting the first summer ice cream Curling up by the fire on cold wi...
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    Sing goddess, the rage. The Whore of Babylon sits upon her seven-headed beast of button-down leadership. She is the tank, trampling all paper-bag toting protester wannabes that feel the need to make their presence known, shopping not for food, but lost innocence. She is the vulture holdi...
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    but who could foretell such a future, anyway? The past pulls a thick black veil of complacency and denial over our all-too-willing-to-forget minds, until we are afraid to pull it aside and see the truth, the truth and the lies spread about by countless generations past and countless genera...
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    who could foretell such a future, anyway? The past pulls a thick black veil of complacency and denial over our all-too-willing-to-forget minds, until we are afraid to pull it aside and see the truth—the truth and the lies spread about by countless generations past and countless generations to com...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The thing of it is, it didn't happen like in the movies. It wasn't a dark and stormy night; it didn't happen in the middle of a deserted woods where no one could hear you scream. It was a balmy Carolina day, and we were in Tim's backyard. Tim's mom had just brought us a pitcher of lemonade and some ...
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    Back in the colorful summer days of my youth, my sister and I had a pair of “thinking rocks” in the beaten terrain behind our house. They were two flat slabs of granite, spaced about ten meters apart, with hers a bit higher up than mine on the natural slope of the earth. Hers was a great deal ...
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    When I finally pulled out my headphones after listening to all one hour and 21 minutes of Pink Floyd's “The Wall,” I stood comfortably numb in jaded confusion. I honestly didn't know – should I file this review under Music or Movies? From its captivating opener, “In the Flesh?”, ...
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    Venus was his first. It took 4,000 years for him to finally make up his mind. Perhaps they had earned it sooner, but he was young back then, and indecisive. Even so, they hadn't been the longest: Mercury took 5,000, and that was when he was more experienced, surer of what he was looking for. Sure, t...
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    You get into your car as the day begins to break over Pittsburgh, and you battle to beat the rush-hour traffic on your commute to work. The structural integrity of your car is chipped away as you bounce through the potholes and pass the crumbling South Side buildings lining the green marsh of the O...

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