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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    She fell in Love with Hate A plume of smoke crowned his head And clouded his thoughts He shouldn’t be here He doesn’t belong But he loved her And that was enough Hate Loved Love They met when she was young From the first moment he laid eyes on her He knew he wanted her Initially she...
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    I will not be what you tell me to be The things you say don’t affect me Don’t tell me who I am When you can’t even figure out your own problems I will not take your advice Its only criticism I don’t need any more of that Neither do you Stop blaming me, Hurting me Lying to me ...
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    A gaping hole throughout my entire body Slowly starts to materialize The bed is surrounded by those who love her Yet none of them more than me She whispers nonsense as she closes her eyes A tear rolls down my mother’s cheek Then at last she grins as brightly as the sun outside the window ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    It would be over in an hour, Jamie thought. Only an hour. All his pain and heartbreak throughout the last six weeks would end. He could get his revenge. Across the row of tress in the courtyard Ana sat with Melissa trying to figure out what to do. Her fingers ran over the blue lunch table touchin...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    Layali: The phone rings and I grab the receiver with my right hand. “Hello?” “Hi Laylay. How are you honey?” “Daddy!” I exclaim. “Daddy where are you?” “I’m finishing up some work; I’ll be home as soon as I can.” “I miss you. Amma is worried.” “I know she is. M...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    I finish the last of my packing by laying the final pair of khaki shorts on top of the mountain of books, clothes and supplies inside the suitcase. I close the zipper and attempt to lift the luggage out my bedroom door. I grab the handle with my small hands but it barely goes two inches off the grou...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I can’t tell. Is he looking at me? His eyes keep darting back and forth, from his lunch group to mine. My friends notice it and we become a chorus of giggling and flirtatious looks towards his table full of muscular football players. He’s different though. He’s got a jock body but he’s so...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I was craving it again; the beautiful sound of that blessed instrument we call the piano. I had to play. I wandered into the large empty piano hall. I walked slowly down the aisle and sat by the baby-grand in the corner. I felt the wood with my hands, breathing in the lovely smell. I st...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    The beach was lovely with sand of white A perfect birthday, it felt so right My father took me on that day He took me to the beach to play We played some ball, a catch or two The water looking oh so blue My father then lay down to rest I tried to sleep I did my best But I was not tired, ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    He barks and I try to find him. It’s hard to. When I finally do I reach down and pet him softly. He nuzzles my hand. I wonder what the color of his hair is. I guess I’ll never know. I kneel down and start to cry from frustration. I can’t see my dog. I wish I could. He barks again...
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    My mother had a sickness, I can’t recall the name Of the thing that took her life, and made her weak and lame. I tried to save her, I did my best and yet I couldn’t see That my mother would soon pass away and leave the world to me. It was a warm day in September, the best one of its kind, ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    On January 12, 2008, I killed my best friend. People think it was an accident. But I still blame myself. Juliet and I had been friends since I was four and she was five. Our mothers were both scrap booking fanatics and whenever my mom went over to Juliet’s house, I had to come. Eventually, one...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Table for two.” She says to the hostess. She sits down at a table at the back of the small café. A table meant for two, not one. She smiles shyly at the waitress that brings her coffee. Quietly she says “One more please.” She motions toward the empty place set on the opposite side of her t...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Before I knew what I was doing, I picked up the phone and dialed his number. I heard the line connect and before he could even say hello… “Drew, I know you don’t like me at all and I know I’m not you type. It’s just…” I tried to find the right words. “I realize that I’m not that...
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