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  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Every day in the summer I wait On the platform Feeling hot and sticky with beads Of sweat collecting around my neck and under my arms. A sight for sore eyes. The same homeless man smells like he needs a shower. Wearing frayed jeans and worn, cracked shoes Exposing dark toes crusted with...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
    Ever since she was born, Belle was my parents’ favorite child. After she learned to talk, she always got her way. Whenever something was not to her liking, Belle would refuse to speak and her blue eyes would well with tears. When my sister had a piano recital on the same day as my ice-skating exhi...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    When I was eight years old, I told my dad I wanted to change my name to Spider-Man because I hated the name Maximilian. I remember my dad’s dark brown eyes penetrating me as he sighed and put down his newspaper. Before I made such a rash decision, he wanted to explain how I got my name. Dad was ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    As I walk into the garden, A bright cascade of color Greets my eye. Assailed by the sounds of Singing birds, chirping crickets and Buzzing bees. The melodious song of the birds Washes over me. The gentle breeze that carries the scent of the delicate blossoms Lulls me into a trance. ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    My best friend Angela and I are on the school’s track team. It just so happens that Angela is the most popular girl in school. Everyone wants to sit with her at lunch, but she always saves a seat for me. I am sure people wonder why we are friends since we are polar opposites. She has long blond ha...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    The golden sunset fills my vision. When I think of the sunset, I think of my sister. There are no pictures of my sister in our house. Not anymore. Until I was ten, I followed Shay everywhere. She was my older sister; she was my world. Everyone loved Shay. Even my mom, who was supposed to fight w...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
    No one noticed when she disappeared. Incredibly, the villagers insisted that that was the truth. Inspector Cuzack sighed and leaned back on his chair. It was a puzzling situation. In a village of fifty people, how could no one notice a person had been missing for two weeks? In the end, it was...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
    Molly’s Story: The wind whipped my ponytail against my back as I ran down the forest path. I ran until I was gasping for breath and wheezing. Were my friends behind me? Was Mr. Treger chasing me? Even if he was, I couldn't run any further. I wedged myself between two trees and kept as sti...
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