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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    My first fight wasn’t in Korea. It wasn’t on the playgrounds as an elementary school student or inside the boxing ring as a teenager. My first fight took place in some major Japanese city-Fukuoka, Kyoto, one of those Japanese-sounding places. When I was five years old my family went on a trip to...
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    My Sweetheart Don’t believe the lies that the newspapers and film reels tell you. It is all lies. There is nothing glorious about the front. It is all rats, sludge, bullets and dead bodies. Only two of the twenty-four men that came here in 1916 are alive right now- yes, Helmut and Karl, the tw...
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    Imagine the perfect world. Millions of dollars in the bank. Dining upon the finest steaks and wine, before going home to a well-furnished house and your wife and children. Then imagine this perfect world crumbling down around you in pieces, as you desperately try and catch bits and pieces of a life ...
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    You hear a fire alarm going off in the distance, and blackness flashes before your eyes. Your neck jerks back, and you can hear and feel a series of cracks from the base of your neck down between your shoulder blades. The blisters on the tips of your big toes have popped, making you feel as though t...
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    Today the old man popped his clogs. Yup, he kicked the bucket and should be pushin’ up daisies by now. Strangely enough, he was fit as a fiddle all the way until he stopped breathing last night. The entire family swallowed a bitter pill, and we didn’t even beat around the bush when telling t...
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    “Where the hell am I?” was the first words that came rasping out of Ritchie’s mouth when he woke up in a holding cell in the basement of a county jail. Two dim light bulbs flickered above him like the eyes of a dozing giant and Ritchie found that his shirt was covered in vomit. Squinting, and ...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Jab, cross, uppercut Black eyes, bruised knuckles, and more The gentleman's sport?...
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    If I’m correct, a Confederate cook attached to Stonewall Jackson’s army first dropped me into the earth. The rebels were losing the war and now ground acorns into their coffee. Can’t really say if that’s Southern tradition or out of desperation. Anyways, I fell into the fertile, slightly dam...
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    Pushing and shoving Lemmings fight for the first chance To fall off a cliff...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    The Road, published in 2006, is a post-apocalyptic book written by Cormac McCarthy. While on a trip to El Paso in 2003, McCarthy came up with the idea for his novel, after picturing “hills on fire.” This book is 256 pages of misery, fear, hunger, exhaustion, cannibalism, and a small spark of hop...
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    Devil’s Guard Book Review for Teen Ink Written in 1971, the novel “Devil’s Guard” by George Robert Elford tells the allegedly true story of the Foreign Legion’s Nazi Battalion. The novel starts off in the mountains of Czechoslovakia, where a battalion of 900 German soldiers face def...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Leaving behind an unfinished war. Saigon. Tan Son Nhut air base at 5:53 P.M. There was little emotion or joy. Strong feeling of pride General Weyland declared. 30 coffins with the bodies of Government soldiers had just been unloaded from trucks. colleagues refuse to admit colleagues refuse...
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    Warfare 1944 takes place in Europe during World War II, in the early days of Hitler's stand against the oncoming Allies. Unlike most war games, flash or otherwise you're not playing as some brave commander in charge of a team of Americans. You can actually choose what side you want to be ...
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    Horseradish: Bitter Truths You Can't Avoid Alas, another excellent but somewhat pessimistic masterpiece has been introduced to the world by Lemony Snicket (a.k.a Daniel Handler). Even though this horse-radishy book lacks the black and white pencil art of Brett Helquist ( Lemony Snicket'...
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    The Last Mission Jack Raab is a 15 year old American of Polish heritage who is tall for his age. This story takes place during World War II when the Nazis start to stagger back towards their Motherland, pushed by unforgiving Allied troops. Jack wants to go ahead and "kill some Krauts" b...
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    Try a sip of coffee Says Jeff “Good strong coffee, ground jes’ this mornin’” You can see what Happens when you Drink every day. 5 ft 9, no muscle at all and a chest like a grizzly bear’s vegetarian, stingy as hell and he offers me a small sip from his mug Hot gutter water b...
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