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Sharanya and Abigail’s Story by Sharanya T.

Isabel  1932, November 13 We huddled around Ma, praying for the baby. Ma’s face clenched with pain. My twin brother, David, spoke gently to Ma, “That’s right, Ma, push!” I groaned. He’s always the teacher’s’ pet, always Ma’s favorite.The star. Always. I’m the impatient one, an hour early. The red-hot temper, me. I do have […]

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THE TRYOUT by Sharanya T.

My knees shook as I changed into my colorful swimsuit. My stomach was doing flips and my palms were sweaty. I tried to reassure myself as I pulled on my swimming cap. I looked at Maddy who was also trembling. She gave me a tight squeeze. I slowly walked out of the change-room into the […]

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Lost by Dorothy D

Epilogue: “MOM! it’s my birthday tomorrow! I’m going to be 10! 10!” Sally sang happily. “YEP! Why don’t I buy you a cake today! You know, for a special treat even though we don’t have much.” “sure mommy, how about chocolate?” So, we go in the car. Nothing seemed unusual, cars where running up and […]

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Fanfiction from Undertale by Olivia X

“Heya. You’ve been busy, huh?” Frisk stood at the middle of the Judgement Hall, staring at a dark figure which was Sans. In her hand, she gripped the Real Knife so hard her knuckles were even white and gleaming. She didn’t trust herself to speak just yet. “So, I’ve got a question for ya. Do […]

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Letters by Jasmine Z

Dear Lisa, Nice I can write this letter to you. I missed you so much! I hope you can live well over your new school. I hope your grade is still that good, and you will have many good friends. Don’t forget me, though. I will always remember you. If you have time, write to […]

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5 ways to improve your IQ by Catherine C

1. First thing is first, do everything differently. Challenge your brain to form new connections and pathways by doing the things you normally do on autopilot differently. Brush your teeth with your non-dominant hand. Walk around as if you’re going backwards through time. Talk to yourself in a different language. Whatever you can do to […]

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Red Ribbon by Bessy and Gladd

Red Ribbon As a child I have experienced many dreadful situations, but pleasing ones as well, the memories still roam around in my blank head, at the age of 13 I have experienced a dreadful disease called polio, while sitting on the hospital bed my body suddenly becomes stiff, I try to get the glass […]

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The New Father from The Fate by Jasmine

“Where were you last night?!” shouted the angry mom, who is cooking in the kitchen. “I just…” cried the little boy, “I did nothing.” “You…!” now go back to your room and stay for a while. Said mom, in a horribly voice. “Yes.” Said Sam-the little boy, garbing his body, slowly back to his room. […]

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