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The Dreamy Journey by Emma B

Dreaming   Battling pirates With a gleaming bronze sword In my small paw Pricking them Off the plank Driving the old ship To a wondrous paradise   Suddenly on A battle plane Dodging bullets Soaring above the clouds Fluffier than my fur Diving towards Earth Wondering: Is this the end? Praying with my small might […]

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Rose Meditative by Emma B

High above the Earth Watching over her land Mother Nature saw it’s worth Hidden as a mere rose With clouds drifting above She shed a joyful tear For it was a symbol of love To the land of which she was most proud The mother looked upon A loving couple in the light Of her […]

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Hope Lies Within Darkness

*Title Subject To Change Part of One-Day Project Not Finished! Introduction A darkness spread over three. The darkness wanted the three, for they had something that the darkness did not. A power that the three did not know of, but the darkness did. The darkness looked over the three. One of the three was most […]

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Alone Under The Bed by Emma B

The blanket frowned, As another dust bunny crept closer like a tiptoeing tiger Not making a sound. Under the bed for nine months. The blanket was soft and there So why, she pondered, am I alone? Remembering the years of care Being a super-girl cape that fluttered in the air An invisibility cloak to hide […]

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Moving Guide For Older Students by Emma B.

Introduction Moving can be one of the most stressful times ever, especially when you’re a kid or a teenager. The hardest things are breaking the news to your best friends, packing, being on the travel, unpacking, and settling in. Also, you’re probably thinking, “Oh my gosh! I’m never going to be the same again! I’m […]

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Fall in Spring by Emma B

Haseya shielded her head. Her long, black hair dangled next to her and little by little, dampened from her tears. The gunfire was too much and it frustrated her. She didn’t want to know who had died. Haseya did not want to see her village in the Four Corner Range, how broken it must be. […]

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Wild Heart Free by Emma B

“What the… hey no!” I screamed as water splashed everywhere, soaking the carpet and me with soapy water. Earlier that day, I stirred from sleep to the dawn appearing over the stunning Rocky Mountains. It was a gorgeous summer day, probably one of the last ones before fall arrived.  Today, I’ll bathe Ginger, my golden-furred […]

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