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  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    My colorful digital watch wildly blinked as I reached into the emptying chip bowl. Sarah, Cassie, Gina, and Greg all noticed. I lied, “My stupid watch never works properly. I have to get this thing replaced.” I rolled my eyes as I was warned of an incoming message. Greg chuckled. My heartra...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    After hours of driving, our bus finally rolled over the weathered wooden bridge onto our tiny home island. Looking through the open window at the orange sun’s rippling reflection, I semi-listened to my best friend chatter about the trip we’d just been on. My thoughts were more selfishly on my up...
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    The usual group lay on rocks smothered in moonlight, laughing and giggling as we normally do when there’s a full moon. My delicate tail bobbed in the icy water next to Estelle’s scarred one. Our stifled chuckles stopped abruptly as we watched the ghostly white sails of a human boat float in...
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    Our fingers were woven and our shoulders touched as we walked his dreamy lakefront property. I’d always loved coming here to watch the sunset together. We’d gotten a late start today. The great ball of glowing orange had almost been completely hidden by the colorfully sparkling lake. Jason wante...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    Sweaty and tired, Aaron’s legs pumped faster than his heart. If it were at all possible, he’d imitate the Spirit of St. Louis and soar to the heavens, but even on this strange planet he was abused by gravity. His head flipped, pounded, and throbbed. With a brigade of bows and arrows clanging and...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    You’re in danger When you start to pretend you’re someone you are not Don’t be the stranger The stranger from within Don’t conform to try to be them You’re in danger When you start to pretend you’re someone you are not Don’t be the stranger Watch your r...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The morning sky lights up With gold, blue, pink, orange I feel the peace only here in the country The plants seem to shake off the frigid night we’ve had As they straighten their stiffly bent backs To drink in th...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    My friend waves his tiny nose in the scented air, he trots to and fro, not knowing where to go. In this whole world, he has not a care. He's much more than the average Joe, He'd follow me here or follow me there. He's my most loyal friend, that I know. His flop...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    See the warm, milky liquid move to and fro in a hot cup The sweet aroma travels to your nostrils As you lift it to your tired lips You sip and the sweet brown empties into your mouth It warms your numb fingers You sigh, content to be once again indoors...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    To a loving and caring father. Who'll never be forgotten by anyone. To a man whose life Has made his parents proud. To an understanding, caring, and gentle person. To a wonderful father who always Thinks things through and plans ahead. To the man who's made an impact on my life...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Red. Red is a fading sunset on the horizon. It’s a burst of flame; A spray of the fire leaping towards us. It’s the heat of the warm afternoon. It’s the face of an angry teacher. It can also be an embarrassed pupil. It’s a flickering flame of a tiny candle. It’s the spark able to...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I rose pretty early on Christmas morning, considering the fact that I’d been up super late the previous night. Taking my cozy blanket along from my bed for warmth, I tiptoed up the creaky basement stairs as silently as I could. In our living room, my mom and two younger sisters were still asleep o...
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    As we searched on through the miserable, frigidly cold mist on the tiny island we lived on, I turned to look at my pretty 17-year-old cousin, Samantha Perkin. “Come on!” I pleaded with her, “We need to find Mandy and James—and fast! They couldn’t have gotten that far in the fog!” Nu...
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