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Waiting For the Cold An important part of growing up is knowing when to act like a kid again and seizing the opportunity. Growing up isn't the same as growing old, but when you don't take the chance when it's offered? I think that's when you're aging.
Fiction: General, K, English, words: 508, 1/28/2005
Call It Home Similar to the feeling of accomplishment but unique in its own, it's a sense of belonging that one associates with the word "home," and all those lucky enough to have ever been loved know this feeling
Fiction: General, K, English, words: 546, 12/18/2004
1I Dream of Piracy Some people dream their whole lives of being important, rich, and famous. Some people aim to be all three. I want to grow up to be a pirate.
Fiction: Humor, K, English, Parody, words: 635, 12/8/2004
My Daughter and I are growing Up Everyone's anxious when they first learn their child is dating. You want them to stay young, you want to protect them from being hurt, but they're not children anymore, and although this revelation hurts at first, you can't help but be proud of them.
Fiction: General, K, English, words: 767, 12/4/2004
To the Passionate Shepherd: A parody reply to Christopher Marlowe's love poem: The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
Poetry: Humor, K, English, words: 220, 12/4/2004
2With Ink and Paper If you could put the essence of yourself into words and sentences, what would you write? Your name? Your appearence? Or perhaps the greater framework of a person is in their hopes, their dreams, their beliefs, and what they treasure most in their lives.
Fiction: General, K, English, words: 1k+, favs: 1, 10/30/2004
1Living the Good Life "It's only when you've lost everything that you can truly appreciate what you had. I would count myself among the lucky few to have realized my wealth, but maybe, I wonder if I'd have been happier in ignorance."
Fiction: Young Adult, K+, English, Drama, words: 854, 10/29/2004
3Dear Barbie: A short, satirical letter of thanks to various female figures or media sources that help to shape the minds of young girl's.
Fiction: Young Adult, K+, English, words: 485, 10/29/2004
Change of Face "It is not fear of the unknown from which I shy away, but I am so horribly afraid that this new life will change me and change this place that I call home into something that I can no longer recognize" -One girl's insecurities about leaving home.
Fiction: Young Adult, K, English, words: 515, 10/29/2004
A Place Where Words Don’t Belong » A whimsical and light-hearted trilogy about two friends who believe themselves to be in love. The poems try to illustrate the awkwardness of a teenage love relationship built on friendship, hormones, and peer-pressure.
Poetry: Love, K, English, Romance, chapters: 3, words: 310, 10/29/2004
2Marionette I dream of humanity, i dream of being human.
Poetry: General, K, English, Angst, words: 251, 10/28/2001
6The Halloween Costume You've shed your wings, but do you feel beautiful?
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 201, 10/28/2001
3Change of Season William, like many people, is confused about his future: his sister ran away from home early in his life, his parents always seem to be arguing, he is an outcast in school, and he is being tempted into what could be the biggest mistake of his life.
Fiction: Young Adult, K, English, Drama, words: 3k+, favs: 2, follows: 1, 10/3/2001
2Vixen Queen A short poem written about a bride who is bound against her will to a cruel king. She dislikes her role in life but knows she must wed this man to bring peace between their two countries and save his kingdom from disaster.
Poetry: Fantasy, K+, English, Romance, words: 323, favs: 2, 9/7/2001
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