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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    You leave without An explanation. You leave me Without a heart. And when my heart has come back In fragments You return. Ready to take me back. Expecting me to take you back. You try to joke. Try to make me smile And try to make me laugh. But There’s no point in trying You’re t...
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    You are surrounded, You cannot leave. There’s nothing to take your mind Off the walls As they start to get closer, And all you want to do Is escape. But now the lid is closing. You are being sealed inside. You have no where hide....
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    All those years And all those tears Wasted. My name You cannot remember. My face You do not recognize. My laugh You cannot hear. I’m dead to you....
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    You hide so well Beneath your mask That mask of happiness. No one can penetrate Your fake smile. No one can hear Your fake laugh. No one can perceive Your lying words. Even you cannot see That you are becoming That mask you wear. And now it's too late. It’s impossible to re...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    There is a bus driver called Harry. He circles the same bus route every day, accompanied by the same people. The woman who works two jobs to support three kids on her own. The man in the suit who seems to constantly read newspapers. And the old woman who goes to the cemetery every night. Tonight,...
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    “You’re mad,” I declare. “I am not mad,” Jane denies. “Didn’t you listen to the plan? You grab the iPod from his locker, put all the songs on yours, then give it back to him later, saying you found it.” “I’m not going to steal his iPod and then lie to him about it.” ...
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    Last year, my best friend didn’t have cancer. Last month, my best didn’t have cancer. Last week, my best friend didn’t have cancer. Yesterday, my best friend didn’t have cancer. Today is different. Today my best friend has cancer. It took him a while to say it. Finally, I made him spit...
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    5 Months, 26 Days Josh and I have been together for almost six months. He calls me and tells me to meet him at the park. We haven‘t been to the park in weeks, so I decide it has to be something special. He has to be jumping the gun, and celebrating with a six-month anniversary picnic. ...
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    It was the hottest day that summer. Mama and Daddy were both at work, and old Mrs. Dewberry was supposed to be watching me, but really she was sitting in a chair in front of the television, snoring up a racket. I didn’t mind when she slept, though. She was real annoying and smelled like cats. Henr...
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    I am standing in the street, waiting, watching. But nothing happens. No one even glances at me. I am nothing of significance, I suppose. Not a movie star, not gorgeous. I’m not making a scene, I’m not drawing attention to myself at all. I’m blending in. I might as well be the pavement th...
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    It’s here. It’s finally here. The carnival is back. Jon has been hollering at my house for twenty minutes, telling me to hurry up, the carnival is waiting, the big kids are going to hog all the good rides. Momma is downstairs making breakfast. I guess she forgot the carnival is back. ...
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    Hannah Jo used to be my best friend. For years, we were inseparable. We played tag at recess while all the other girls sat on the swings, waved to boys, and giggled. We played football during gym class while all the other girls practiced cheerleading moves. We were different together. It was las...

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