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By Timothy Paschall
I used to do a little comedy skit, where I told everyone about my life as a fly. That, in turn, became this little poem.
Privacy is a hugely abused entity, at least in my case. Sometimes I even wonder if I ever had any...............
a quirky and funny poem about friends who discover love in each other
Charlotte (Lottie) Carlton is sick of her life. Due to her sick mother's recent death and her older sisters big move coming up she can see that her family is falling apart by the second. It's not like her boyfriend Miles is concerned either, he is to busy focusing on his school newspaper. Lottie...
Whatâ€™s that? A glistening of blonde hair strands? Suddenly, with more haste now, Victoria eagerly tore open the box. Is it...? Oh my god, it is! And yes it was, a boy, just a bit taller than the girl herself, stood with his eyes closed shut. Victoria gazed on him in wonder, for he was...
A very short 3-minute story inspired by a photo, featuring a newspaper seen open on a table through a cafe window.
Short Story | Updated Feb 14, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Indiana Fischer
This story arose from two different things. The first was a headline that simply read "What's behind the wall?". The second came from a documentary I watched about the haunted history of the London Underground. Somehow the two clicked together and this came to be.
By Lavender Hugh
Natalie; a young reporter. Jack; her co-worker. They have never spoken until one day when their boss asks the two to work together. But both of them are hiding something.
btw- I didn't do much research on this, so there are a lot of factual inaccuracies which I will correct eventually. sorry.
I write a Technology column in my school newspaper. This is an article about the new fun "Stumble Upon" program.
Article | Updated Apr 28, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Detective Ramirez paced the room. The four newspaper articles were stacked neatly on the large round conference table in front of the chair Chief Black would be sitting on in the next twenty minutes. Edith Black was a petite woman with a large build, but the ease with which she carried her body...
I'm just showing my confusion, the officials deny the the story is true, but the newspaper say it is true.
Poetry | Updated Feb 8, 2009 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A younge girl named Chelsly Benerds begins to live an unimaginably mysterious life, with strange and unusual happenings everywhere around her. As she begins to discover mysterious regarding her life and the lives of others, only then does she realize how cruel the world trully is.
Risk taking. A chance meeting......having given nature a gentle shove with an Ad in a newspaper.
Short Story | Updated Feb 5, 2009 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 7 | Likes: 11
This was done in Journalism class to see how it feels to be interviewed. My interview was pretty lengthy for a first time. My partner and I got a pretty high grade on it. I swapped out my name and his and replaced them. Enjoy this interview.
This is an article that my journalism teacher handed out to us. I just thought that it was really interesting. There are lots of opinions that people could have. Just a side note this was writen a few years ago. (This was not writen by me)
Article | Updated Nov 2, 2008 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0