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Wonderland by Agustina Crespi

18 January 2013

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By: Agustina Crespi 6th grade Wonderland Twisted Mazes Queer Queens All kinds of strange things Disappearing cats And strange men who make hats All of these things appear in storybooks of all kinds But just by falling down a rabbit hole It made my imagination fly People say wonderland is wonderful I say it is […]

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School of Lots by Lexie Johnson

18 January 2013

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SCHOOL OF LOTS BY LEXIE JOHNSON This school is a school of lots. Lots and lots and lots. What do I, a person of not a lot, mean? I mean this. This school has lots of students. This school has lots of knowledge. This school has lots of tools. This school has lots of talent. […]

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There is 1 by Naren Roy

18 January 2013

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There Is… By: Naren Roy There’s The… Starry Night-Obnoxious Day, Wondrous Blackness-Over-intense light, Endless Spiraling-Obvious Simplicity, Insightful Thoughts-Unasked-for ideas, Oh, the two of them.   There’s… Everything At Once, Yet nothing at all, How could it all just stall!? There are both, they are both very much there. So why not accept them? – By […]

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Univited Guests by Annabelle Pierce

18 January 2013

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“Uninvited Guests”   by Annabelle Pearce   It all started yesterday when it appeared. My watch was broken and I was going to the mall later to get it fixed. But I couldn’t find it. I had left it in the basement by a little door that mom would not let me go through. (I […]

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12.4.12 The Pyle Inside Update–Meeting Notes (Mr. Prunier)

4 December 2012

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Hello, from the Pyle Inside!!! Today, we had an invigorating flow of ideas during our Tuesday meeting. We began with free-writing, transitioned to discussing literary concepts in groups, composed written works based on famous paintings, and met at stations (featuring magnetic words, Haikubes, Storycubes, and Cliffhanger Story Prompts). Everybody met with a variety of club […]

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11.21.12 Celebrating Issue 1 “Inside” and Looking Ahead!

21 November 2012

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Dear Pyle Inside Community!!! We had an outstanding celebration this past week at The Pyle Inside meeting! We ate pizza, read from the magazine, and looked ahead! Several important notes: 1. Composition books or spiral notebooks are needed by all club members. (We don’t want to lose any amazing ideas!!!) 2. The deadline for Issue […]

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“Inside the iPhone 5” by Hassan Syyid

20 November 2012

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The brand new iPhone 5 is even larger than the previous one, yet it’s 18% thinner, 20% lighter, and takes up 12% less volume. It has a 4 inch retina display, so everything is bright and vivid. It has 326 pixels per inch with a pixel density so high your eye can’t even distinguish individual […]

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“Psychological Games” by Karanina Bhattacharjee

13 November 2012

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Inside the forest A terror of darkness Sounds that seep inside my mind and don’t let go   There is despair inside The cold, howling wind zips past me When I hear hooting owls And foxes rustling in the crumbled autumn leaves My heart drops like hail falling hard on car tops   I want […]

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“Anything But Normal” by Joshua Engels

13 November 2012

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Bio: Joshua enjoys playing video games and hanging out with his friends. In his free time, he reads and runs cross country. It was Monday, the absolute worst day of the week. All I had to look forward to was another slow, boring day. I had stayed up much too late the night before playing […]

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“Through the Doorway” by Harrison Jacobs

13 November 2012

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Bio: Harrison is an 8th grader at Pyle. He enjoys sports, science, math, writing, and growing knowledgeable in general.   Through the doorway, Into the halls, I come to learn.   I go to English, I go to Math. Subjects to keep me learning, Friends to make me laugh.   Through the doorway, Into the […]

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