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  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
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    Have you ever wanted to change the world? Could changing the world be as simple as being selective about the music you listen to? Peacebeats--a website created just for music fans--is centered around these two questions. Musicians around the world are campaigning for change, but discovering wh...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    (1) Take it seriously Start preparing for college in your sophomore year of high school. That means it's smart to take the PSAT or the PACT, look at colleges, start thinking about majors...there are a lot of options and there's a lot of competition. Get started early and there won't ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I am a Wild Horse Untamable I am a Wolf [unsilenceable] IamaCheetah-- INDEPENDENT. I AM AN ELEPHANT: UNSHAKABLE. I am the blue of the sky that brightens your day, rain softly wiping crystal tears away. My passion is a wildfir...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
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    Girls, you've seen it a thousand times. Some girl you know actually decides to date that dude with the sagging jeans (spongebob boxers), dirty mouth (who'd want to kiss that?), and bad habits (pot anyone?). Sure, maybe the guy wasn't as bad as that. Maybe he didn't do drugs, or m...
  • Poetry > Ballad
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    One Saturday morning Soon-to-be grievous day Some citizens met The American way: In a grocery store To learn 'bout government To have their voice heard; To talk to a representative. Meetings like it'd been held From when America was born To the present day-- But nothing like...
  • Poetry > Ballad
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    Aunt Ruth is much like a zoo With animals galore; Her frame is like a mouse But she's an elephant to the core. Her neck is long, like the giraffe Her face is spotted, too; She has the shrill hyena's laugh But, like a dove, can coo. Her nose is like a parrot's beak Her wor...
  • Poetry > Ballad
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    If I had a sharpened pencil Oh, the things that I could do! I could write the newest novel Or compose a song or two I could sketch my best friend's brother Or make a map of my backyard I could solve the greatest mystery Or find the area of my car I could learn to write in Hebrew Gr...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    The sparkling stars Your love smiles down on me now You are my Jesus...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    The first time I saw your eyes I gazed at mystery; Then, as I learned about you, Wondered if you were for me. After several months, the truth I'd learned was hard to swallow: Behind your deep, mysterious eyes All you are is hollow....
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    My fingers touch the black and white keys Delicately; There, they touch my heart. I begin. The notes flow, Dancing, Resting. Singing, humming, shouting, whispering. Peace. Peace in the music. (trickling up and down the keys) Peace in the feelings. (leaping down in thirds and fift...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    As I slept, I dreamt Of Prince Charming; does that mean That he thought of me?...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Summer days are like Strawberries, iced tea, Cotton candy--sweet....
  • Opinion > Spirituality / Religion
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    The colors, swirling, dancing, singing, whispering, shouting, jumping, gliding--were His idea. With a command, He made light burst upon the world. He filled the earth with life, with color, with song. He created tiny, delicate, hopeful sprouts and tall, mighty, robust oaks. He put the stripes on ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Do I like you? No, no, no, of course I don't like you. It's silly. I met you two years ago. For five minutes. When you asked me to dance. Silly, really. Silly you should ask me, since I didn't like boys. Silly I should say yes. And we didn't even talk that much, really, just danc...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I hurry into my bedroom and the door slams behind me. I've got too much to do to dilly-dally. Turning my backpack upside-down, I promptly empty textbooks, notebooks, several half-used pencils, an eraser, and--ew, what's that? Some wrapper from awhile ago I never had time to throw out--onto...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I leap! I fly! I fall, I roll, I split, I roll, I'm up-- Pause. Turnturnturnturnturnstop Jump Jump kick Turn, little leap, big leap, stop. A breath. A smile. Turn turn muscles burn Kick-- Balance... And I'm done. Muscles relieved, Soul craving more...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Wind hurrying to Nowhere--pause a moment to Tell me what you've seen...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    SOCIETY-- Brush on the blush To hide your face It's pale and ugly And out of place Slip on the skinnies They are the jeans Everyone wears (Or so it seems) If of others you care You gotta pop If you wanna shine You gotta stand out So get in line You can still be yourself Just don&...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Metal roaring thing Take me to the skies so I Can fly like the birds...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Grey trees. They seem dead But the morning sun reveals Tiny green buds--life!...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    Coins. The first words in the movie "Dear John" deal with...coins. Not in relation to love. In relation to the U.S. Army. Not exactly a promising start for a movie about a young romance. But don't loose heart--the movie's surprise beginning adds to the overall effect of &qu...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Jane Austen is my inspiration. In my imagination, she sits at a worn wooden writing desk by an open window; her cinnamon-brown hair is swept back into a loose bun, with a free strand resting against her incarnadine cheek. Austen's cream-colored hand chronicles the lives of two imaginary lovers....
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