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I Was Dying Slowly

By Rachel K. It was dark and placid Except for me, everyone was sleeping peacefully As like putting metal to a cup of acid I was dying slowly

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Madeleine’s Truth/Lie

Madeleine went down of the aquarium, the water was freezing but she soon adapted to the temperature. There were sharks swimming around her, she was really afraid, but the sharks did not bother her while she was coming down from the shore. She did not have the oxygen tank on her, she was just snorkeling. […]

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Gabby’s Truth/Lie

By Gabby A A 7-year-old Gabby tip-toed onto the wet rocks by the pond. She happily hopped on another rock. THWIP! She felt her foot slide on the rock. “AIIIEE!” She screamed, as she tumbled towards the murky waters. She made a large SPLASH! as her body made contact with the water. The only thoughts […]

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Angel’s Flight

By: Olivia R I rushed along the muddy banks, shielding what was left of the dry food from the rain. My dress hem was splattered with mud, but I was too excited to care. Once every two years, we would watch the angels descend from heaven. It was called the Angel’s Flight. The day before […]

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Metal Man

BY GAURI K.   Prologue: It all started like this~ “Your life is in danger. Say nothing to anyone. You must leave the city immediately and never return.”  That’s what the fortune cookie said. My heart skipped a beat! The letters were written in black ink on blood red paper. I glanced around looking for […]

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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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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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