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2 To Be A Squirrel Of a girl who finds the complexity of life to be overwrought and a grandfather exasperated by her willingness to thoughtlessly give into the hold of cliche.
Fiction: Young Adult, K+, English, Family, words: 379, 6/15/2013
1 The Breakdown of Second-Wave Feminism: Gender Roles in Lust A literary research paper evaluating Susan Minot's perception of the failure of feminism in the 1970s and '80s, as seen in her short story "Lust".
Fiction: Essay, T, English, words: 1k+, follows: 1, 6/15/2013
1 Why I Study History My sister likes to say that I study history I must not have a soul. But she's wrong. I study history because it's the most human thing I can ever hope to do.
Fiction: Essay, K, English, words: 429, 10/13/2012
1 I Am Not An Artist I recently had a conversation with an artist who challenged why I didn't think my writing was art. In the true fashion of a writer, my response is here, written and complete.
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, words: 614, 10/13/2012
4 Are You There, Neil? It's Me, Pluto Remember when Pluto used to be a planet? Pluto does, too. And he's a bit bitter over the whole affair, to be honest, pissed off at both Earth and, more specifically, Neil deGrass Tyson, the astrophysicist who put Pluto out of a job.
Fiction: Humor, T, English, Sci-Fi & Humor, words: 637, favs: 3, follows: 2, 7/7/2012
1 The Human Being Never Existed The Human Being never existed on Tri-Alpha 1, on the books, despite what reports have claimed. Unofficially, however, is an entirely different story...
Poetry: Humor, K+, English, Sci-Fi & Humor, words: 276, follows: 1, 7/7/2012
2Chartreuse The ironic thing about the end of the world was that it actually occurred on the day after one of those stupid groups had predicted it would. In fact, irony of ironies, it occurred at exactly 11:13 pm, when a large group of friends and acquaintances were celebrating at an "I Survived The Apocalypse" party.
Fiction: Humor, T, English, Humor, words: 1k+, 6/30/2012
1 Of a Boy and His Button A short story about a button, a social construct, and a young man who is destined to ignore destiny.
Fiction: General, T, English, words: 968, favs: 1, 4/25/2012
2 The Cycle The man was always there, is always there, will always be there, staring at the point on the horizon. The only question was "why?", and there never really had been a definitive answer, only death and a mysterious purpose that had to be carried out.
Fiction: General, K+, English, Mystery & Suspense, words: 1k+, 4/2/2012
1 And It Was Good Even God needs something to pray to and to hope for.
Fiction: Spiritual, K, English, words: 589, 1/29/2012
1 A Lonely Little Boy A short story about a man who does not know what it means to be alone, and his quest for peace.
Fiction: General, K+, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 863, 7/10/2011
17Through Mine Eyes, The Written Documentation of Me » A sequel to my first pillowbook, this will be my diary of sorts throughout my high school sophomore year.
Fiction: Young Adult, K, English, chapters: 15, words: 7k+, favs: 2, follows: 2, updated: 4/29/2011 published: 8/25/2010
2 I Do Believe in Fairies A short essay on the most influential book I ever read: the one I can't remember.
Fiction: Essay, K, English, Humor, words: 558, 4/5/2011
2 Mr Oddment Tweak O’Trifle, The Elf, and I It was the dead of night, and only one creature was stirring within the home, a creature so terrifying that one can only hope they must never engage it in their lifetime: a writer with a random plot bunny. And this, my friends, was what happened next.
Fiction: Fantasy, K+, English, Fantasy & Humor, words: 672, favs: 1, 9/4/2010
58 Welcome to my life, First stop: High School » A diary of sorts of the ninth grade year of a social reject documenting the ups and downs of being a teenager as odd as me. Are you ready?
Fiction: Young Adult, K, English, chapters: 27, words: 10k+, favs: 3, follows: 2, updated: 8/21/2010 published: 8/25/2009
4 Places to Go and People to See A poem about being whisked around to miscellaneous family's homes one summer by my mother, much to my chagrin.
Poetry: Family, K, English, Family, words: 400, favs: 1, 6/3/2010
8A Voice Among Millions: The Words of Clara Ricci » My name is Clara Ricci, I live in Torino, Italy, and I am 15 years old. I had a pretty good life, but in a country torn apart by World War I, I should have known it wouldn't last. Welcome to my world.
Fiction: Historical, T, English, chapters: 5, words: 1k+, updated: 5/25/2010 published: 5/11/2010
1 Labyrinth A poem about someone stuck in a maze whether literally or hypothetically .
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 320, 3/22/2010
1 Little Miracles A poem about some of the little miracles in life, and how they will forever go on unacknowledged.
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 260, 3/22/2010
1 Reflections of a Writer The title says it all. This is a short poem about, well, being a writer.
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 147, 3/22/2010
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