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By Apoorva Raghunandan
Poetry | Updated Feb 18, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
I sighed internally. He's going to make me write an essay or solve a question paper right here.
"I want you to put this pen inside you."
I abruptly looked up in utter surprise. My train of thoughts couldn't seem to grasp that sentence. And for the first, since I was here, we had direct eye...
Art college student Kylee Adams thought her life was perfect. Glamorous career and a perfect family. That is, until she had her accident. Now, confined to a wheelchair and unable to speak, Kylee's life is turned upside down. Her bubbly personality is washed away by hatred and anger. All she...
By Lost Writer
This is but a few sound that I have heard/seen personally within my school, and is most likely seen throughout all high schools.
By Don Watson
Who are you? What measurement of your identity are you using? Has someone else got a choke hold our your significance, your recognition in life?
Another piece I'd written in 8th grade. I'm not what you'd consider the biggest fan of winter in Canada.
By Bethany Gearlds
It all begins with a beep, beep, beep. This phrase is repeated throughout the work. This story has a twisting plot and an ironic ending.
Short Story | Updated Dec 11, 2013 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Again, all of this is true. And no, she didn't show up Wednesday. My luck right?
When the stolen mythical needle of fate is miraculously recovered within a hay stack evil mage, Gragular, is plotting to use it in combination with a powerful dark spell to twist the sinews of time it is up to Nigeal the mistreated servant boy to recover the needle and revoke the spell using...
Dylan Hughes has always though he was better than everyone else. He was popular, beautiful, and captain of the football team. Not to mention he was dating the prettiest girl in high school. Although he seems so perfect there is one thing that he just canâ€™t seem to master: math. With his...
A poem about an unfortunate individual who had an alcohol addiction, read, comment and enjoy!
By Angel Salandress
"â€œI donâ€™t care how hard being together is, nothing is worse than being apart.â€" - Josephine Angelini
Faye Fitz â€¦ Faithâ€¦
Not knowing your mom for sixteen years then being forced to live with her is nothing to smile about. But Cambrie Island has huge surprises in...
By Jack Glantz
The hardest day of any high-schooler's career.
Short Story | Updated Oct 16, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
We only know pass and fail, we cannot see beyond grades and the life of students gets stuck between first and third division. Thatâ€™s the only achievement of studying at school. We decide the stature and class of a student right at school in a most barbaric manner. The sensitive minds get...