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By It Is Not Much
As the paper pile grows, the recovery time shrinks.
Under pressure, we crack.
And we allow it.
This poem is about how great teachers are and how much a student needs them. This is more of a general content and fits in general context.
Poetry | Updated Jun 26, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
This also fits into the sci-fi category. It's a story of new friends, old crime and the nature of Love
What's in a name? "A Rose, by any other name would still...";
Would I care any more, or would you care or be blessed... If the name that I call you, were to be more a test?
You want to see inside me? You want to lay me bare? ...You want me to tell you? To know how much more I care?
By Black Jewel
"Ang mga ibon ba ang tinitingnan mo?â€ yon ang unang nabigkas ng binata na nakatitig sa dalagang naka-ngiting nakatingin sa kawalan.
Sinadya o Kapalaran. Yan ang dalawang salitang kahit ang dalawang bida ay di makayanang iwasan.
Isang dalagang halos buong buhay niang hinintay ang binata....
Novel | Updated May 11, 2014 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
It is an essay on why collegiate athletes should not be payed.
By Skylar Youth
To produce a full script of no more than 15 pages in length. Content is flexible.
my experience so far of transition year in my school it's compulsory in my school, I wish it was better but nothing that the teachers promised actually happened, its a good year for me of what I have achieved but I barely get any fun because all we do is work and projects and barely any school...
By Daisy Ink
Julie Parker comes to late to school one day to find that everyone in the building is being held captive. Using logic and bravery, she must find a way to outsmart the intruders and save her school.
Basically a euphemism for drama, mad teachers, boys and breakups.
Not to mention that groups of mean girls in the lunch hall that keeps eyeing MY table like they want to cause trouble. Thatâ€™s the trouble with High School; you never know what's round the corner...
This is my opinion on Mid Term Finals. This is also one of the few poems I write that isn't about death, so enjoy!
By Sabrina Diamond
At the Afternoon Special, only the toughest students can compete for the tidied up club of no return.
Short Story | Updated Jan 8, 2014 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Writing For Dunn
The Elevator where no one will return after entering, what is this? well read and find out!! a small horror with large action. Im 13 years old and i want to experience authoring so please this is only my 2nd book share with friends,THANKS!
Short Story | Updated Nov 25, 2013 | Reads: 74 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 3
By Honeybee Lilico
An ironic poem about the lengths students will go through to pay their way through university
Depicting pain of children's.