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An in depth review of the peaks and valleys of my quarter life crisis as it came to an end last year.
Short Story | Updated Apr 8, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
We all look up towards the sky when we win and look down in defeat. Why? Juggernaut tries to explore this.
By Jordan Applegate
A 15 year old teenager named Castigator Trimestru is in peril once he is submitted into the first ever Quarter Quell. Living in District 3 he has no skill and his other tribute is a dismissal young woman known as Aquilia Vander, who wishes to defeat the purpose of selecting tributes amongst the...
By Over Red
This was a piece that I wrote for a school assignment. It includes descriptive language and a central event.
Poetry | Updated Nov 1, 2012 | Reads: 32 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
What would've happened if Haymitch didn't let Peeta volunteer for him in the 75th annual Hunger Games? Follow our favorite mentor as he goes back into the arena. Disclaimer: I do not own the world of the Hunger Games, or its characters. It all belongs to Suzanne Collins.
By Don George
The third installment of euphemisms? Aphorisms; I was close.
By Luna Hades
When the sun sets down, and the moon seeks sight...
He howls up to the moon, calling those forth who seeks to kill the wolfman.
MAN THE WHALES!!!!!!!!!!
Here's another experience of mine concerning prejudice. After remembering it, I now add it to the others--which, in turn, become part of the rationale relating to why prejudice matters to me and why I continue to post segments of my thesis which I wrote on prejudice.
By Sammi Ponoma
Can you figure out this riddle?
Dancing round in the bar,
flirting with the guys.
Beating them at games of pool,