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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    The memories fade jut when it is the crucial point, and in that moment when it is needed the most it slips from my grasp only to feel guilty and return to me 5 minutes later when it is unneeded. This happens or I am simply too shy to speak. That is what usually happens. Why don't we speak when...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    hi there, its me, i'm here. you came to see me. and now i peek from behind my young hands at you. still shy i watch, your smiling eyes, that dance at my arrivel. slowly, slowly i smile back. my hands un-curl, un-fold, to show the color benieth them....
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Now that i think about it i guess that i would have gone to Israel any way. But i would have done the birth right program, which would not have given me any experience, i can imagine a tour guide for the birth right program saying right now to a large crowd of 18 year old American Jews, "This i...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    What is a wall? Is it old and rough, Dry and crumbly, Gray and dusty. Can you fit your fingers in the cracks? Can you climb it? Can you see to the other side? Was it ever a wonder to you why the wall was there? What is a wall? Is it new and smooth, Soft and whole, Red and clean. Do you...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    "Ya, I went to Israel." I say, I say this to everybody who looks at me as though I have a second head growing out of my neck. But the next reasponse is the worst,"So you're Jewish." Not a question, a statement. "Yes I am Jewish, but i didn't go on the 'Birth...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    How to survive again Alone Alone Alone It burns into your mind Scaring your thoughts In a place no one can stitch back up with coarse string Alone Alone Alone One can wonder what could be worse than death Life We live our lives alone You’ve been alone Abandoned at birth Abandone...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Once upon a time I was a dreamer A thinker A believer An adventurer. Once upon a time I was carefree A flyer A sharer A communicator. Once upon a time I was younger A joy A happiness A pride. Once upon a time I was someone A human A being A person. Once upon a time I was a ch...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I am a bolder Unyielding and prodigious Sliced from the mountain by the wings of an epoch Smoothed by the cadence of wind and rain Cut by imposing glaciers moving me from place to place I have experienced evolution Though I am only a splinter of time I am a flower In a field full of me ...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    She zipped up her back pack, now full of clothing, food, and books. There was a slight thud of footfall coming up the narrow stair-way that went through the middle of her aunt, and uncle’s house. Shoving her bag out of sight she rolled over and pretended to fall asleep. The door was opened with a ...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    I’m not telling you So get use to it! Okay, let’s put it this way. You’re 10 years old, lying in bed at about eleven-o-clock at night. You’re thinking about how your life is, when a question pops into your undeveloped mind. What is the meaning of life? You turn over in bed and take in th...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    Do you know what it’s like when you get your first dog? It’s as if you were floating, imagining you and your dog, your best friend, who would never leave your side no matter what. So you naturally name this dog Buddy, or Fluffy, or maybe even Cat. But I think that a dog has to have a name that i...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Youta Anderson is much too small for his age. His doctor believes it is his sadness that holds him back from not only growing, but also from breaking out of the never-ending chain of depression that is continually thrown at him through his blinding surroundings. His father thinks it is schoolwork th...

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