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By April May
So, our school had this short story contest a few months ago that had to contain a walleye, a text message, and a tree in the mix and be 500 words or less. I ended up getting 2nd place for this piece, so I thought it might be cool to post it. Enjoy :)
By Leighton Lewis
Descriptive writing piece i did in school, Got C* for it.
Short Story | Updated Nov 27, 2013 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
TWO BOYS AND A SWIMMING LESSON
Poetry | Updated Nov 26, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
A BOY AND GIRL IN 1950S LONDON A TRIP TO A SWIMMING POOL AND LIFE
Short Story | Updated Nov 13, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Kasei meets Araiso, and they interact with many other children of the gods (of the sea, land, sky). [short chapters at the beginning overall]
Erin Matthews and Casey Reynolds thought this summer would be like any other summer. But they were wrong. They just couldn't resist the song.
By Juli Monat
This is a short sci-fi adventure; human being
By Nick James
Iâ€™ve got to get out of these clothes-fast.
Sixteen-year-old Meghan Hart finds solace in swimming after a tragic loss. Her character and ability in the water earns her international fame as she tries out for the Olympics and gains a spot. However, as the time to compete approaches, her demons and her past catch up to her as drama and...
By Julian Black
A dreamy vanity...
Short Story | Updated Jul 30, 2013 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Reagan Fair
Marooned on a cluster of rocks in the bay by his home, a young boy fights the elements, striving to survive.
A nine-year old fox goes out to the park one day looking for some new friends. When he meets a five-year old raccoon and helps get his stuck bike out of the mud, a friendship blossoms between them like no other.
A young boy falls in love with his swimming instructor. Mesmerized by his beauty, he never learns to swim.
By Chris Bradbury
First time sex! Second time even! I'm not sure it gets any better. All those insecurities etc.
Essentially this is about how we are born pure and become stained by our actions and the actions of others.
The title is actually Swimming. Just 'Swimming'.
a poem I wrote for school, a quatrain