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    My bare feet slap against the smooth, cold floor as I graze my hand across the fractures of the dark gray walls. Patients walk around me with nurses scolding them like monstrous mothers. Compared to all the psychos in here, I seem to be an angel. I never talk back, I always listen, I do what they say. Nurse Helen even said I may be released in a month's time. The workers don’t understand why I was sent here, and neither do I for that matter. I can ignore his voice, I can reject his advances on my

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    "The Chrysanthemums" introduces us to Elisa Allen, a woman who knows she has a gift for things, but can't make more use of it than to grow her chrysanthemums. She is trapped in the Salinas Valley, where winter's fog sits "like a lid...and [makes] the great valley a closed pot." Her human nature has made her complacent in ordinary life, but the short glimmers of hope offered by her flowers and a passing stranger reveal that there is more to Elisa than her garden. Her environment may be keeping

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    My Role Model In My Life

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    Most life changing events happen with someone whom you truly trust. It is easy to ignore people, withdraw, and not form relationships built on love and reliance. I have truly grown closer to my role model in my life. Matt Harp, my role model, is a man of truth, integrity, love, selflessness, and compassion. Many different times he surprised me with how he acted, spoke and thought. I clearly saw the Lord lead his life, and his actions revealed as much. I wanted to follow his example. He led me through

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    Every Year exactly one week before thanksgiving my entire family comes over for dinner at our house. We all sit down and eat thanksgiving food while we talk about our plans for the rest of the year. Most of my family look alike, they all have brown hair and brown eyes. My brother, Brandon, and I were an exception, we have green eyes and long dark brown hair, I never thought about it too much, my mom always told us that we were special. As we enjoyed our dinner and laughed lightning struck and the

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    Survivor’s guilt has played a substantial role throughout the story. Boa Ninh helps the reader to become aware and understand war as being all conquering by comparing it to love. Kien faced many hardships after war, being one out of ten to survive the Vietnam War, he realized that he should “expose the reality” by writing his own biography. He struggles with both the memories of the war and also his trauma post-war. He says that he is required to write about the war as he is the only survivor of

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    She waits for Saturday before she stalks Aaron Echolls again. Digging up his credit history, fine, she could do that between classes. Phone logs were a little sketchier, apparently Mr. Echolls had up to three cell phones, she would have to talk to Logan about that. And internet info… She was put off enough by the number of times people in that house Google-d themselves, she didn’t have time to stomach the porn. The Lilly Kane murder trial interest was morbid, but she figured she could relate. Going

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    Ava had found herself in more than a few situations that had left her cheeks bright red with embarrassment and shame, but this topped all of them by far. It was bad enough that her bronzed, nubile body was marred by the grime and dirt that seemed to infest every spot upon the floor of the locker room. In fact, it was bad enough that her rival, who had just beat and humiliated her in front of an audience, was now being pleased by Ava’s tongue. However, the worst part of it all, as she lay there with

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    IM Dead : A Short Story

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    I’m dead. She kicked the door hard as one of the armored men started to sweep the room she’d hid herself in, smashing his bulk into the door jamb to throw him off balance. Blood rushed in her ears, adrenaline hitting her system like rocket fuel as a second set of hands grabbed the first soldier and pulled him into the darkened room with a shoulder throw. Marissa stepped around the door, gripping her knife in a practiced grip, flowing without hesitation into the second soldier who’d been covering

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    My Dream Home Essay

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    Dream Home Like I have, if you haven’t already, you will be purchasing your first house. The budgets of what you can afford will vary, and not everyone is going able to afford their dream homes that we wish we could. Like I did some may have to find a home with potential and express their style to make it the way they want it, and create their “dream” home. Scrolling through Pinterest, labeling a board “future home” is what most girls do. While my “future home” may not be complete when buying it

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    The year was 2081, August XX. A few weeks after school begun and I was the new student. I could hear people talking through the classroom walls even if the door was closed. The only reason why I was transferred here was that the government said I had a “special ability” as known as being able to use magic. People like us are sent to these special schools, in order not to go out of control and harm other people. The teacher called me to walk in front of the class and introduced myself. I am Hajime

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