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  • Mindy And Mandy
    2,259 words
    It was 9: 00 on a dark and dreary night in October when Mindy and Mandy crept slowly up the stairs to check on their little brother Max. Mandy was very upset over the fact of having to check on her little brother when she wanted to sleep. However, Mindy wanted to make sure he was asleep, and she dragged Mandy along for company. "He's supposed to be asleep! And he should be asleep by now! Why bother? !" Mandy complained as she dragged her black purse up the stairs. Mindy tried to ignore Mandy as ...
  • White Men For A Few Days
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    When the White Men Came miss my home. I always thought I would be surrounded in its beauty forever, until they came to our land. Everyday it becomes more difficult to remember back to the days when it was ours. They took our lives away, and we were helpless. But there was nothing that we could have done. They were white men we were afraid. It began as the leaves started to change from cool green to warm red and gold. My sister had married only the night before and we were all very happy. Because...
  • O City
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    The Waste Landry T.S. Eliot Part 1 - Burial of the Dead April is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing Memory and desire, stirring Dull roots with spring rain. Winter kept us warm, covering Earth in forgetful snow, feeding A little life with dried tubers. Summer surprised us, coming over the StarnbergerseeWith a shower of rain; we stopped in the colonnade, And went on in sunlight, into the HofgartenAnd drank coffee, and talked for an hour. Bin gar kein e Russ in, stam...
  • Hot Water
    770 words
    Creative Story: Bathtub andrea vilarJohnny woke up, shivered, put on his robe over his sweats, got back got back under the covers and went to sleep. Two hours later, the alarm by the TV woke up still chilly Johnny Black. Johnny turned on the shower and used the plug from the kitchen sink to fill the bathtub up. He got in, turned the water up till it was a little more than warm, then lay down under the hot, pounding stream from the shower head. The water always seemed to cool off by the time it h...
  • Food And Little Water
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    Wiping the sweat from my brow I called a halt to the crew. Phil and I dumped our packs and found a comfy boulder to rest on. I looked back to where the last guys were coming from back down the trail. They had stopped talking a while back and marched slowly along the dirt trail. Phil produced an energy-bar hed saved from breakfast and began to munch on it as I drained another water bottle. After the refreshing drink I laid back against the rock and stared up at the pine trees. But a moment later,...
  • Last Few Nights On The Harbor
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    Reticence THIS MORNING there was a dead cat in the harbor, a black cat that was floating on the surface of the water. It was straight and stiff and was drifting slowly along the side of a boat. From its mouth dangled a decomposed fish head with a piece of broken line about two inches long coming out of it. At the time I had simply imagined that this fish head was what remained of the bait from a discarded fishing line. The cat must have leaned into the water to catch the fish and, as he grabbed ...
  • Soil From My Hands And The Grass
    534 words
    A day at the beach is relaxing, the amusement park fun, but neither is more satisfying than a day spent working in my backyard. Saturday morning begins on my back porch where I slip on my old tennis shoes, stained green from years of cutting grass in them. Three stone steps lead down to the backyard, where warm sunshine filters through the tall pine trees surrounding it, providing light and shade. The sun in my backyard is as warm as the sun at any beach, but without the crowds to wade through a...
  • Cold Water
    640 words
    A light breeze blew across my face, my feet were on the soft sandy beach. I was standing there turning towards the ocean the sun was setting, walking closer to the water... a shiver went down my spine. Quite scared, I stepped into the cold, freezing night water. I looked down to see my reflection, I was totally screwed, and as I walk in more I felt like living a freezer. The sun went down so slowly, the noise of the ocean vibrated in my head, I was splashing in the water. Now that it was up to m...
  • My Hands To My Face
    745 words
    Overwhelmed with happiness, I put my hands to my face and begin to weep hysterically. Through two blurry eyes, I glance around to descry an unfamiliar place, yet I have dreamed all my life to be here. Never have I imagined such raving beauty and effulgence. I walked the ground of a new paradise earth. Scrumptious sun-ripened fruitage abundantly covered the stems of all the trees as well as the green earth below. Longing for a nibble of the apple lying at my feet, I licked my lips, stooped down, ...
  • Shark At Night
    680 words
    1 Air and Water To fly at one hundred and twenty miles an hour or to float to the bottom of the ocean? When you are trying to decide between skydiving and scuba diving, you may ask yourself that question. Skydiving and scuba diving both have diving in the name but that is where the similarities end. The equipment differences between skydiving and scuba diving are dramatic. The parachute in skydiving is shaped like a backpack. The weight and size are also comparable to a backpack. You would put a...
  • Three Burnt Skin Creatures
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    An Australian Platypus Down in the depths of the Australian Rainforest. There is a small murky pond surrounded by thick green moist foliage. It sits in the center of a deep dense rainforest alive with the chirps and clicks of the animals of the forest. In that pond, on a small gray rock, there was a platypus by the name of Karl Ward. All day he lazily lay there on the sun warmed rock gazing up at the tree-shadowed sun. Karl the platypus had no worries. His small mind was filled with his own cont...

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