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    Falling Into Oblivion

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    Why can’t I have love like anyone else why? He was muttering and cursing his luck looking at himself in the mirror, ( look at you, you are nothing but an obsolete man, you are good at nothing , you have no skill. People disgusted by you. You call yourself a poet, a writer; you could not even finish a single story. Why am I talking with myself oh I am going mad, or really no kidding, I am already mad , or as people call me insane wired , strange and eccentric . Let me go to my bed but before I go

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    Pleasures of Her.

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    Sophia looked up at Loki, her eyes wide. Braless, a bit cold and still mad at hell, she pushed herself off the bed only to have Loki toss her over his shoulder again, her hair falling all over her face as she was upside down and she was pretty sure her left breast was being smashed against his back. Wiggling she whined. "Loki! God damn it Loki! Put me down." she half whined out. She may be stubborn, reckless and fiery as hell but she was also a mere human being. Sure she could carry her own weight

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    Preface: Shades of Gray

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    Do you know that moment when the sky looks like it’s going to fall apart? Your perfect image of the world has been completely erased. It feels like the wind and the water beneath my feet are the only thing keeping me afloat; as the gas seeps through the one crack of the wooden prison. A breath of relief escapes me for finally I can see my end in the shape of a gaseous poison designed to kill. Designed to wipe away the remaining memories of a 16 years old’s history. It all started on April, 1, 2013

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    Reflection Essay

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    “Anti-Christ” Act I- unwritten God is a liar, a wonderful, deceitful liar. If there is anything god has taught the world, it is that we can never go back home. I have no salvation. I’m way too addicted to the fantasies of the world. Plagued with sexual, physical, mental anomalies. There is no room in the heavenly after life for me. And I’m fine with that. I am graft with a dark fascination for mental illness; I find the state of psychosis Intriguing. I’m also obsessed with fire, and the color

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    Snow, Ashes and Bears

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    “I’m going to die! I swear I’m going to freeze to death,” Quill, our melodramatic seven year old proclaims. My husband James sighs next to me. “You will not die, stop saying that. Keep moving, you’ll stay warm.” “Dad, what’s this?” Quill pokes something with the walking stick. “I’m still going to die.” Dani keeps trying to see Quill’s find which annoys her older brother. James has made it to the pile of snow. “Stop poking it and let me see.” “Is it bear poop? Dani, back off, this is man stuff.” Quill

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    Gemma

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    It should not have been this difficult to get this far into the semester something was different this year. Looking out the round window at the front of their apartment, as usual, the sun had not yet fully come up from behind the smouldering grey clouds; but she could feel it moving around to her corner of the Earth. Gemma lived up North in a small and somewhat odd town many hours away from any other community. Gemma and her Mother moved from the city to live with her Mother's most recent of boyfriends

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    The Vampire

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    Blood. I stared across the room, leaning forward in my desk, completely missing the teacher’s journal assignment, as Cheryl Browner, the only junior in the class, one year older than me, pulled a Band-aid from her purse and stuck it to the paper cut on the top of her finger. How I longed to stand up, walk across the room, kneel just next to her, pull off the bandage, and… No! This was wrong! I snapped my gaze away from Cheryl and looked around. I was in English class, fourth period, and everyone

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    Yesterday, the small town of Soledad, CA, was turned upside down. News of a double homicide was just confirmed by Soledad Law Enforcement officers early this morning. In the barn of a farm right out of Soledad a young woman was found dead. Her body was half covered by hay. She was later identified as the wife of a man named Curley. Curley is also the son of the owner of the farm. Farmhands of the farm suspected a man named Lennie, who had recently began working at the farm. He was described to officers

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    The Supernatural in Beloved One aspect in the novel Beloved is the presence of a supernatural theme. The novel is haunted. The characters are haunted by the past, the choices made, by tree branches growing on backs, by infanticide, by slavery. Sethe, Denver and Paul D are haunted by the past that stretches and grasps them in 124 in its extended digits. A haunt, Beloved, encompasses another supernatural realm, that of a vampire. She sucks the soul, heart and mind of her mother while draining

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    The Damnation of the American Dream

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    the gardener saw Wilson’s body a little way off in the grass, and the holocaust was complete.”(162) On the surface, “The Great Gatsby” tells of an ambitious man full of hope, who won’t rest until he possesses Daisy. In reality it is about the damnation of the American Dream; a furious avalanche where money and greed cover the slope rather than snow and ice, burying the American Dream forever. Works Cited Fitzgerald, F. Scott The Great Gatsby. New York, NY: Scribner, 1925. Print

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