Nod Your Head

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  • The Sea Of The Cave

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    to grandmas. I think that’s a different story honey. But, you are here for something yes? You can nod your head how great for you. Well, the cost depends on what you ask for, but know that my prices, well baby, they’re steep. You look confused, do you want to know why are they so steep? Another head nod, really? Okay, well do you want the truth or the lie that matches the idea you have in your head of me as a cruel and evil monster? You know what never mind, one truth bomb coming up. Not that you’re

  • Telepathic Monologue

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    "Must you move from London to a shitty town all the way in America? You made the promise of never going there after your mum and dad were killed." Leo, my closet friend sighs and purses his lip, as if waiting for me to answer. "I told you, I have to. Don't ask why, just know I love you." "Asshole. Tell me if there are any sexy men there. " I bite my lip ring and nod my head and hug him one last time before I step on a plane. -------- "Welcome to the Alexandria International Airport in Louisiana

  • Abby Frank Monologue

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    Abby: "Has Miss Howard ever said anything to you?" Emily: (shakes her head) "No. I think Kate's motto has always been 'Don't bring your personal issues to work'." Abby: (scoffs a little) "She has always been all warm and fuzzy, hasn't she?" Emily: (laughs) "Yep." Abby: (shrugs) "Aren't we just a talkative bunch?" (chuckles) "Boy, am I glad it's the weekend." Emily: (nods) "You and me both, woman." (They clink their wine cooler bottles together and take another drink as they enjoy the rest of the

  • Biography Of Tobias ' Pov '

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    blushes and looks down. “So, I have to ask you something…” she begins and I nod. “Do I know you from somewhere? You look familiar… ” She asks, avoiding my gaze. I nod, “No, I’m sure I’ve never met you before. My name’s Four.” I say, extending a hand. She shakes her head. “I’m Tris. And could you stay for a bit? I don’t think 10 little boys are going to listen to me by myself, and I think you could be a big help.” I nod, following her as she leads me to the kitchen. “I baked Justin’s cake, do you

  • Pelzer's Short Story: The Waiter

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    good while. I look around at my surrounding and found everything so nice and expensive by the way the food look. I look down at my clothes knowing I wasn't dress to look the part. "You look beautiful shorty." Eli says as if he heard my thoughts. I nod my head not believing him seeing other people dress high and expensive are in here. The waiter comes to us telling us our table is ready. We follow him as we walk hand in hand to our table with people eyeing us. I felt shy and nervous for some reason. I

  • Short Story

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    moment she felt his hand take hold of hers all her fear seemed to melt away. He was the only one that could manage to do that, she wasn’t sure what she would do without him and it frightened her. Giving his hand a gentle squeeze she slowly turned her head to look at him, her dark hues stared into his. Spreading across her face was a smile when she heard him. “Are you worried about me?” She whispered in a soft voice, she was going to tease him, but the look upon his face told her she

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    front door of school, literally. Groaning she picks herself up from the ground, and opens the glass door. Running in she quickly slides and gets past the incoming traffic of high school halls. Upon reaching her locker she sees the familiar brown hair head of her best friend. "Peter!" She yells reaching him and launching herself on his back. "Hello best friend." She gives him a cheeky smile while resting her chin on his shoulder. Peter grunting from the sudden impact smiles warming at his hyperactive

  • Blueberry Muffins: A Fictional Narrative

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    grin, I eat like an elephant and gain nothing! As Michael brings back my last muffin that I plan to devour but then he speaks up. "You owe me seven dollars for each of the seven muffins you ate" He growls handing me the pastry. I laugh and shake my head, " I did not eat seven amazing muffins" looking over to him to see his unsurprised

  • William Shakespeare 's ' Romeo And Juliet '

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    continues to try and sleep) Woman: "Dillon, can you hear me?" (Dillon opens his eyes in confusion. He could swear he knew that voice) Dillon: "Lulu?" (Dillon turns his head to face the woman 's voice, revealed to be Lulu) Dillon: "L-Lulu. What-What are you doing here?" Lulu: (smiles) "I wanted to surprise you." Dillon: (nods) "You certainly did." (He looks at what she 's wearing. He was mesmerized by her light blue lacy top that showed the shape of her rounded breasts. He swallows loudly with

  • Racism And Polite Speech In The African-American Community

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    African Americans. Many may question whether all black people know each other, the simple answer is no, but the community is so amalgamated that we do not feel uncomfortable speaking to one another. This “How are you?” or “Alright,” or even just a head nod communicates that African Americans are some sort of family, one that sticks together. Here in America, finding people who look like you can be a bit of a challenge if you are not white. A gentle gesture of kindness can portray togetherness—especially