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Rat and Beetle Dragon Days

by Eagle J. It is now weekend for Rat and Beetle but they are not resting. They are in the RIMSFEORI (Rodents and Insect School For Extra Ordinary Rodents and Insects.) They are insanely good at magic and have mastered 4,567 of the 6365 spells and can create a casting circle in 2.4 second the […]

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Sunrise, Sunset

By Rebecca C. Sunrise The start of a new day The water is peaceful and tranquil The smooth layer of sand untouched     The sun rises Until it is high above my head The water level increases Tides pouring over the beach Each grain of sand still sparkling From the light coming from the […]

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Tempted Because of Admiration

By Katrina C. So golden yet beautiful, The best jewelry in town. And to admire it every day, Would be the best dream of my life.   It is too spectacular, Too hand it back to the owner. But I apologize, And make it clear, That, please let me keep it, So that I won’t […]

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Fireflies

By Sherry T. There she is, sitting on her doorsteps, trying to hold back her tears. There she is, burying her head in her arms, trying to get him out of her mind. It has been one, two, or three weeks like this – she just can’t remember. All she can do was thinking about […]

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The Memory of The Cat

by Maya L. Sitting on the windowsill His eyes are dark with wonder Day and night without a sound What was the cat even thinking?   He watched the girl crying And talking to her boyfriend on her phone The cat knew all her secrets Did the cat remember it all?   The cat who […]

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Not Just A Normal Dining Hall

by Jeremiah L. 7 o’clock, the 42-inch plasma screens TV ticks and the black screen lights up and a live recording of the news on channel 22, CCTV.  The electronic calendar on the wall flips rapidly to the date and announced like a train station speaker, November 28th, 2044. After fifteen minutes of news reporting, […]

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Would You Still Love Me

by Olivia T.  Would you love me If I was a book? An old fairytale story That most gave one look?   Would you love me yet If I was a rose? Adding to the sunset With a graceful pose?   Would you love me still If I was a river? Flowing down the hill […]

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