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Flower Girl

BY EMMA X.

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Elemental

BY JAMES W. Chapter 1 Just A Day Terrius raced down the narrow passage towards the red guard tower. As he approached, the giant searchlight shone right over his slim body, searing his eyes. A huge ion blaster was being charged right at him. Terrius stared at the pulsating blue sphere being generated before it […]

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David’s Head

BY EMMA X.

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A Hidden Room

BY EMERSON W.   There is a school; a school that many students go to. Every day it is the same routine, every child went to the same class. It was 3010; the school was like a giant robot, though the children were humans. The teacher would teach the children, making sure they were listening. […]

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Lampposts

BY CHARLIE B. Darkness consumed everything but the street they lit, as they stared down at the vacant avenue. They stood as lifelessly still as always, the only difference being that one was not playing its part in lighting the walkway. Every last one of the citizens was now shut away in their houses, whether […]

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Mocking Echoes

BY GRACE L. On a plane, voices echoed. Welcome aboard! The announcement was met with silence. The curtains were lifted, and each window displayed a stunning view of the pale lavender mountains in dawn. Breakfast will be served in approximately ten minutes after takeoff. Please fasten you seatbelts. Thank you. There was no clicking, as […]

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May 13th 2069: The ship that finally Sunk

BY FELICIA L. In the dance room, the music kept playing. In the nursery, the toys lay there silent as if trying to avoid the mean beasts. In the main room, the juice machine clinked non-stop away. A few minutes later, the staff rooms lightened up, and the thick layers of sheets unfolded themselves. The […]

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A School without Students

BY CHLOE H. In every hallway, the voices of all the clocks sounded in unison, Seven o’clock, doors unlock, seven o’clock. The voices echoed through the empty school, but there was no response. The voices repeated this three more times. The red lights on the monitors in front of the school turned green, waiting silently […]

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