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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I walked along the beach barefoot, with my white summer skirt heavily stained with sand and my hair woven with tangles from the ocean breeze. It was a nice day. I walked the shoreline, where the sand was constantly flooded with water, and where the newest and most exotic shells drifted their way t...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The candle went out When I slammed the door shut Wham. You couldn’t hear my footsteps As I stepped off the porch But just so you know, They were solid And confident. I knew What I Was doing. Leaving you. I did not have second thoughts. I did not think of my plate of chic...
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    Window shopping was one of Charlotte’s favorite pastimes, and the local jewelry store, Herald’s, was one of her favorite haunts. She looked in on the grand necklace that had been in the shop window for as long as she could remember. The fine emeralds, carefully set into the delicate silver bed...
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    Down I plunge into the ocean Of crashing thoughts and rising lies Murky water appeared shallow But tries to deliver me to my demise I tread water endlessly Trying to avoid my inevitable drown I know my efforts are in vain And so I cry- and so I break down Submerged beneath the water’s ...
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    The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale is based on an age-old German fairy tale originally gathered by The Brother’s Grimm. The tale may be an oldie, but a goodie. Even as she adds her voice to the story, Hale keeps respectfully close to the original riveting tale. Princess Ani grows up, endeavoring ...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    A world bleak and worn Sighs heavily before sleep The wind in autumn...
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    While I am in your Tight embrace- the winter winds Cannot chill my bones Because I can be No colder than when I am In your clutching arms...
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    Overgrown rosebush Reaches aspiring limbs Out towards its dreams Thorns misunderstood Cut away from ambition Severed branches bleed Fallen arms reborn More ambitious than before Resilient bush...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    “Recitorru Lieff” He uttered the immortal incantation. Years of practice, wells of skill, and fully developed talent flowed from his tongue into the words. There was silence for a few moments after he spoke. He waited; waited to see the stiff body before him open its eyes. He longed to se...
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    I cast my eyes slowly, carefully, around the room. Most girls’ wrists are either bare or covered with hair bands and bracelets. A few of them however, are wearing thick sweatbands, which hide tender pink flesh. Flesh that was abused so seriously, life itself very nearly slipped out of the veins...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    Ripples in the water glistened in light emanating from the crescent moon high above. Serenity hung in the cool autumn air, a small nudge of a breeze pressed her hair in towards her neck. Glinting water caught her eye- the deep blue shades of the lake enchanted and seduced her. Awe overtook her en...
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    He drummed his fingernails against the corner of his undersized school desk. Three… two… one- exactly six and a half minutes until sixth period lets out- six and a half minutes until he delivered. It was a schedule he had followed since sophomore year, every other Wednesday just after sixth pe...
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    He drummed her fingernails against the corner of his undersized school desk. Three… two… one- exactly six and one half minute until sixth period lets out- six and one half minutes until he delivered. It was a schedule he had followed since sophomore year, every other Wednesday just after sixth...

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