High-school stories, books, poems, and more

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Mark thought he would never get a second chance. Thought he didn't realize everything he could have in his teen years. But an accident changed all that. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Alex grabs my hand before I can leave, pulling me back towards him. His pupils are completely blown. I can feel the tendons stretched in his hand, the heat radiating from his body. “Just give me another chance.” he murmurs, tipping my head towards his. His eyes are ringed… Read More
Here is a collection of stories involving situations and conflict faced by teens and young adults. Read More
Most folks fail to realize that a kid can be 'bullied' without the culprit actually 'putting hands on' the victim. Some forms of bullying almost makes the victim wish for a punch to the chest... Read More
This is my story of every single thing that happened (mostly bad) from high school to right now. It will make you sad but hopeful for the future. Read More

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-Ace Winters had parents who showered him with money, but never love. -Jamie Scott loved her parents and brothers, but was broke as hell. -Brady Pine was dumped at his older sister's house after coming out. -Callie Price had dead parents, dead siblings, and an aunt who wanted her… Read More

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Hana is an ordinary teenager who lived a normal life, until the time came that she was about to have a mystical journey.Time by time, she had moved into a summer magical school and there she met new friends.Those friends helped her discover new abilities and had to master… Read More

Book / Literary Fiction

May 17, 2018

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This story is simply about a guy who goes through school nothing much happens I guess just character development Read More

Book / Other

May 13, 2018

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she was perfect in every sense of the word. her life couldn't get any better, until he showed up. he was the new boy that offered her a battle. he dared to challenge how perfect she really was. Read More
She had stars in her eyes. He had stars surrounding him. Read More
To say that 2014 was the best year of my life would be unfair to years 1998 through to 2013, and all the years that followed. But it was certainly the most memorable. The tragedy of 2014 is that we were all so young, and youth is only enjoyed… Read More

Poem / Romance

April 29, 2018

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This is the last of a five-part series of poems written about my first boyfriend, back in high school. The other four are Shattered, Trapped, You Are Lost to Me, and Lost. …You get the picture…he wasn't my best choice of a partner. Read More

Poem / Romance

April 29, 2018

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This is the fourth of a five-part series of poems written about my first boyfriend, back in high school. The other four are Shattered, Trapped, You Are Lost to Me, and Goodbye and Hello. …You get the picture…he wasn't my best choice of a partner. Read More

Poem / Romance

April 29, 2018

Reads: 26

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This is the third of a five-part series of poems written about my first boyfriend, back in high school. The other four are Shattered, Trapped, Lost, and Goodbye and Hello. …You get the picture…he wasn't my best choice of a partner. Read More

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Back in high school, two of my favorite teachers were voted "most intimidating" in the class superlatives. I thought this was a bit unfair…and far too quick a judgement. Read More

Poem / Romance

April 29, 2018

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The Booksie Classic House

This is the second of a five-part series of poems written about my first boyfriend, back in high school. The other four are Shattered, You Are Lost to Me, Lost, and Goodbye and Hello. You get the picture…he wasn't my best choice of a partner. Read More

Poem / Romance

April 29, 2018

Reads: 14

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This is the first of a five-part series of poems written about my first boyfriend, back in high school. The other four are Trapped, You Are Lost to Me, Lost, and Goodbye and Hello. …You get the picture…he wasn't my best choice of a partner. Read More
Looking back... Looking back you see so many things about the relationships you've had with people. The more tricky are those with the opposite sex. This book is a collection of short stories based on real experiences - mine and others' experiences. I'm sharing them in hopes that one… Read More

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The the team players House

Paul Fenn is a freshman in high school. Jessica wants to be his girlfriend. Read More

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The worst class unknowingly had the Grim reaper as their teacher Read More
High school sucks! Being gay in high school sucks! Having an ability you can't explain to people sucks! Falling in love, however, changes everything. The innate connection to another person changes the game. Risking everything just to feel a physical connection is how to play and the you either… Read More
My first experience with love. Read More

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16-year-old Leah Rajasthan lives life in the small town of Phthalo, Minnesota. Read More
There seems to be a time in everyone's life that nothing seems to be going right or their life is crumbling down around them. For Holly, it was a bit more literal. While her family is being torn apart, she is trying to grapple with the realities of youth,… Read More
A slacker is a person who habitually avoids work or lacks work ethic. A good and cheap definition of slacker would be someone who's just lazy, hangin' out, doing nothing. Somebody who's not doing what's expected of them. Matthew was a slacker. He had no work ethic at school.… Read More
“It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” E.E Cummings Two teens, Isabella and Milo, attempt to transcend their troubled pasts and famous families on their quests to self-discovery. Read More
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