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The Anomaly
A male from the remote region of Themi has placed his feet into the muddy trenches of midlife. An intellectual whose values have become shockingly decadent. He has adopted foreign mannerisms and his perceptions cross paths with his relationships. A strategist appointed to be a pillar of strength to a state that is attemp...
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An Experience That Changed My Life and Personality
Addition, subtraction, cooties, P.E, and being first in line for “Pizza Day” were probably the most difficult challenges a first-grader would face; however, in 2001, I was faced with a new challenge that would forever alter my personality. Childhood, a time of great innocence, is a crucial time period where every child expl...
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4 pages
The Hunger Games: Creative Writing
The Hunger Games is a novel made by Suzanne Collins, in which the main plot is that every year 12 districts need to offer as tributes two teenagers, to fight to death until one of them wins. Peeta and Katniss are chosen form District 12 in order to fight for their lives in the Hunger Games. I am writing this assignment in...
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The Younger Me
Even though learning something new can be a stressful experience, I am determined to become the first cheerleader in a wheelchair at Benson High School. Ever since I was a little girl, I have dreamed of being a cheerleader. I think that if I become a cheerleader, I will have more upper body strength. My mom has always told...
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Eulogizing Audrey
The steps of Britney McNeese’s heels were loud in the small, quiet church. Britney adjusted her notes on the podium and addressed the crowd; “I think it is only appropriate that the service today is in the morning, not because Audrey was a morning person but because she appreciated the quiet in the morning. With the view of...
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Opportunity Only Knocks Once
“Hi! Con I draw mustache on face?!” She waved a black felt-pen in the air while caring an uncertain-shy grin. I was semi intoxicated at the time and was completely caught of guard, for I had never spoke to this girl before and now we were exchanging obscured screams under the obnoxiously loud bartenders playlist of Rush, N...
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My Worst Childhood Experience
The shinny old silver hand watch seemed to have taken forever getting to the numbers that I had anticipated for. The thought of finally graduating and whizzed off into the unknown and being with the most loved grandparents ever, was one of a child never leaving a candy shop. The joy of seeing my grandparents had brought man...
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My Final Eight Hours
What would you do if an angel told you, you only had eight hours to live and that once does eight hours are up you disappear? I’ll tell you exactly what I did. You see an angel came to me on a regular Saturday morning and told me “Erica, today will be your final day here on earth; you will only have eight hours to live, che...
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Why I Want to Become a Doctor
People have many desires and they are never ending. Some people live to
see this desire come true or some are not even able to see it. A person
never gets everything they want, but they could make it happen if they
have determination. If someone has a dream, it can or can not become a
reality, depends on him. He can make it...
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The Tale of the Gingerbread Robot
Not that many years ago there was a baker named George Frinklton. He opened a bakery shop in New York. A few years later he met his wife, Stephanie Frinklton; they married and had a wonderful life.After a while of their marriage, she became suspicious about why he acted different after work. During his job hours she went...
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Creative Short Story about Columbus Landing in America
It was a cold and stormy night in the prison where I was held captive awaiting my death sentence. There were no bars, nothing but a small, thick window placed in the cell door, overlapped with wire. The cell’s dimensions were about six foot by twelve foot and a short cement wall that stood between the throne and the rest of...
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Forgiving Friends and Allowing Them a Second Chance
There are things that we don’t want to happen but we have to accept, things we don’t want to know but we have to learn and people we can’t live without but have let go. As am growing, am learning that I couldn’t rely on anybody but myself. A lot of people would love see me fail and sometimes I need to walk alone just to sho...
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The Uniqueness of My Community
As I look out of my bedroom window, I see a small rural community with fifty homes, two businesses, and two schools; which once was a thriving coal mining town in south western Pennsylvania. York Run, which was named after two brothers named York who were trappers in the late 1800’s, was the heart of a booming coal industry...
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The Dragon in My Life and My Decision to Change
In today’s society, we rarely have to battle fire-breathing dragons and monsters, but we have other things that are dragon-like in our lives that we battle. Struggles that had to be faced, making life changing decisions. In my life, the dragon that I had to face is one that changed me as well as affected the people I cared...
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United We Stand Divided We Fall
On a cold windy November morning in Lakewood, Connecticut , 1992 ,a group of high schoolers got let out of school early due to a fear of severe weather. They were all juniors in High School and were extremely happy that they got let out before they took the biggest Exam in their High school careers: The ACT. It was very win...
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My Passion in Art
I never though art will be something that I will enjoy or something that I will be interesting on. Everything started when I came to this country five years ago. I used to draw back in my country but didn't know it will become this far. I will draw every time I got the chance too, everyone enjoy seen my work and that gave m...
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An Oasis Where Water Is Never Lacking
一方黄土养一方人,何处黄土不埋人- The unique features of a local environment always give special characteristics to its inhabitants. Minqin Proverb Mín Qĭng, Mín Qĭng Zòu Mín Qĭng! (Minqin bound!) From the front seats of their mangled shuttles, scrawny, swarthy drivers yell in the distinct Minqin dialect, markedly different from other r...
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What Inspires Me to Chase My Dreams to Become a Pharmacist
As unbelievable or cheesy as this may sound but, to this day I remember being about five years old, the apartment building I lived in, in Miami with my parents and siblings was right next to a Walgreens pharmacy. My mother and I would walk there almost everyday. Although, I am truly blessed and fortunate now growing up wasn...
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Creative Writing College Application
The Committee on Admission is interested in getting to know each candidate as well as possible through the application process. The following essay question is designed to demonstrate your writing skills and facilitate our full appreciation of your unique perspective. The quality of Rice's academic life and the Residential...
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Writing a Short Story
How should I start it? With the man coming in, or someone asking him a question about entering the house with the dolls? I feel like it should start in the court room. A plunge opening is always a good way to begin short pieces. And it should start with questions about whether or not he was there, because then the first...
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Death in Jakarta
That afternoon Jakarta street was still the same, busy with millions of automobiles running back and forth without even knowing why they did so. The polluted air was everywhere. Dust floating in the air unknown. No one seemed to take care of what their bodies complain about. Coughing and reddened eyes were just trivial mish...
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It All Could End
First, it had just been the collapse of Mount Everest. Only about a thousand people had died as the ice melted and the rocks split, raining boulders down on the helpless mountain villages below. The Love family sat glued to their TV just like every other family in the world who had cable and watched the tallest mountain i...
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Death: The Worst Nightmare
In the forests of Siberia, Xavier was running for his life. Earlier that day, he thought himself to be free from the infernal pack of white wolves that had been tracking him, but he was greatly mistaken. The baying hounds were literally snapping at his heels, in avid pursuit of a most elusive meal. Xavier, his last breaths...
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My Character Traits
Everyone has character traits, both good and bad. Character traits are all the aspects of person’s behavior and attitudes that makeup the personality. The character refers to the morals that a person has their desire. My most apparent traits are honest, unorganized and tolerant. My first trait is honesty. Firstly, the caus...
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Retribution and Revenge
I remember that day like it was yesterday which was amazing because I usually don’t remember anything. The birds did not sing nor could you hear the wind blow. It was so silent I thought I was deaf. One thousand people were going to die and there was nothing that I could do to about it. Sixty seven Tegarthian’s, including m...
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