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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Rebroadcast Lips full of sin Smile brim with vacancy. Eyes dim with light Gracious, beautiful, & empty. I've seen this all before. Rebroadcast Skin flourished in pigment However, colorless and light. Killing off all dignity with Sketches of a fearful fight. Rebroadcast Wings...
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    No one will ever understand this part of me, I’m not even sure that I do. It’s something deep within my mind, Like a black seed—planted and forever grown. These ideas, hateful and horrid They manifest my soul. I know that I cannot be fixed, but it is clear to me that I am broken....
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    Jaded If everyone in the world were fat, glutinous, and bulging. Just like me. I’d still wish to be thin. Even if it would make me the minority instead of the majority. Thin, skinny, confident, toned, sexy, gorgeous, curvy, beautiful; i want to be each and every one of those. I made a blog, at ...
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    Heartless Memories… some of the best and even the worst, memories that can make a heart fall in love a friendship form or cease. There once was time in my life, that I adored from every spectrum and point of view I could obtain. At least that is how I remember it, that’s what memories do to ...
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    The Power of Perfection There’s a special taste that I personally acquire. Only one that I know how to feel, it’s a rage within my mind and spirit. Something I cannot erase, even if I wish it dead to my life. I tell myself I’m full when clearly all is empty, just by the layers covering my sou...
  • Hot Topics > Community Service
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    Experience has led me to understand the extent of world poverty. As a sophomore, I had the opportunity to build a school for children in a third world country. I remember the: dirt floors, tin bucket showers and outdoor latrines. I stood in La Chimpanilla, Nicaragua, a microcosm of the truth about w...
  • Hot Topics > Community Service
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    Dear Scholarship Committee Members, Throughout my high school career, I have devoted myself to rigorous coursework, filling my attitude with positivity and using my intellect to excel. Life's endeavors have taught me that nothing can be taken for granted; I value my education at a personal ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    There’s something strange about life, something I’ve never noticed until now. I’d assume that’s due to the fact that I’ve never been forced to notice nor compelled to care. Life is like a wavelength of different actions, reactions, and indifferent circumstances. My story falls somewhere in...
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    These walls have secrets If we asked them, I wonder what they’d say. These walls have a story to tell. If only they could speak. I bet what they’d tell us Would make our knees weak. These walls are colored lightly; But their inner darkness is obsolete. I bet t...
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    I see you looking at me, But do you even know what you’re looking at? Do you even see what’s in front of you? I’m a person, a person just like you. Yes, I may be different, but so are you. I’m a person who loves, laughs, wonders And always asks why? So why do you look at me lik...
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    They say that home is where the heart is. But I don’t have a home, so I guess that makes me heartless. I must be cold down to the bone. I’ve never said “I love you” and I’ve never heard it either. Do you know what that’s like? To feel alone, rejected, and neglected by two people who ...
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    There’s something strange about life, something I’ve never noticed until now. I’d assume that’s due to the fact that I’ve never been forced to notice nor compelled to care. Life is like a wavelength of different actions, reactions, and indifferent circumstances. My story falls somewhere in...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Speak a language that I understand Tell me all about your dreams Tell me all your plans Tell me every way you wish to take a stand Tell me what I understand. Speak a language that I want to hear Let me in on all your deepest darkest fears Let me remove all your heaviest tears Let me in o...
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    What if someone gave you an eraser? An eraser that could fix any mistake that you’ve ever made. Would you use it? What if someone gave you an eraser that could fix the mistakes you’ve made today? Would you take that one too? What if someone gave you an eraser that could fix every mistake ...
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    Simply Not a Clue Sometimes we expect far too much from one another --we expect to be understood, loved, and wanted we expect too much from one another? We cannot even understand why one cannot understand another. It doesn't make sense. But you should've understood. ...
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    Capture Just one click, led to another. His twisted words encouraged it. But I trusted his beseeching sentences And lost my senses with them. It seemed alright at first; A simple game of truth or dare. But did I dare accept this challenge? I couldn’t, why would I? But in the end: ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    They say that home is where the heart is. But I don’t have a home, so I guess that makes me heartless. I must be cold down to the bone. I’ve never said “I love you” and I’ve never heard it either. Do you know what that’s like? To feel alone, rejected, and neglected by two people who are ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Can the leaves fall any lighter? Can the leaves’ colors be any brighter? I wonder if they’re here to tell us something. Sending a message wherever they fall. They come from the highest places And spread around the wind. Can the leaves get any farther? The leaves told me something From t...
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    Your lips don’t have to move— your screams don’t make a sound. But I can hear you loud and clear. The silence of the gasps you breathe are roars in my memories. I don’t want to hear you scream – that’s not a whisper to me. My ears cannot bear such a chant; I will not give in to your ...
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    I see you looking at me, But do you even know what you’re looking at? Do you even see what’s in front of you? I’m a person, a person just like you. Yes, I may be different, but so are you. I’m a person who loves, laughs, wonders And always asks why? So why do you look at me like that?...
  • Opinion > Points of View
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    We have the idealistic power to change time, though we cannot control it. Salvador Dalí's painting The Persistence of Memory challenges this idea. We are slaves to time; it rules us in such a fashion that scares us. Time frightens our stability and dares our actions. We cannot understand time ...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
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    Tragedies are born out of evil, but heroes emerge. Unfortunately not many heroes can save themselves. Though when tragedy strikes it doesn't really hit you until you see it with your eyes. It doesn't sting your skin until its nails dig at your spine. Each day there is a silent battle betwe...
  • Nonfiction > Academic
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    In the novels, Night by Elie Wiesel and A Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenistyn, avoidance and dehumanization are relevant motifs. However, those who choose to avoid the situation at hand most commonly become victims of dehumanization rather than upright rebels. Submission to...
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    Dirt floors, tin bucket showers and outdoor latrines. There I stood a foreigner to a La Chimpanilla, Nicaragua, a microcosm of the truth about worldwide poverty - a village with beautiful faces, anxious smiles, and welcoming arms. Each moment assimilated in my eyes: mothers, fathers, sisters and bro...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    You make me scream for the memories. You make me question my very own sanity. So don't speak liar, with your disgusting facade. Don't touch me ever again, don't even breath my air. And if you ever look in my direction; -- I'll kill you with my glare. ...

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