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“Life” by David Gong

28 June 2022

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Life is a game You evade dangers and learn stuff You also get rewards Each time you attempt to complete a mission You either succeed or fail Failure at some point in your life is acceptable, But giving up means game over for you  

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“Silent” by Charlotte Anderson

28 June 2022

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I sit in the back, My chin in my hand And listen to the people talk They go on and on But I don’t mind it   Being silent, As a matter of fact I don’t mind it at all   I am a listener And I speak when I feel The time is right […]

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“Not Even for a Second” by Caroline McCann

28 June 2022

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This is a message to that kid has five best friends To the person on whom everybody will always depend, To the toddler who still loves getting their favorite bedtime story read, And the enby from next door changing their room from pink to red. To that big new influencer who’s setting a big new […]

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“Detective Burgar” by Nisan Naz Kutlukaya

28 June 2022

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“Burnout” by Reila Flowers

28 June 2022

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“The Clock” by Alexandra Weinstein

28 June 2022

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My days are numbered, I know it. There is never silence, always a little tick, tick, tick in my brain. We live in a utopia now so I should not be worrying about death, at least that is what Mayor Shunda had told me. We now live in a world without death of any kind […]

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“The Luck of a Raven” by Annabel Taylor

28 June 2022

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At the crest of a willow forest in the South of England there was a small village called Stonywood. But any stranger to this place would see that the village was clearly divided into two parts – the Witch Side and the Human Side. The Human Side was full of overgrown ivy homes with cobblestone […]

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“The Swamps of Sopher” by Quinn Shields

28 June 2022

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To the north of Vermont, where roads wound between pine wood, there was a path. The small dirt road forked from the asphalt streets in such a discreet manner that few noticed its existence, and of those who did few cared. But for the most adventurous of travelers, who followed the trail, a long journey […]

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“The Kingfisher and the Crane” by Zoey Emma Rees

28 June 2022

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In the pale light of early morning, Crane was looking for food, poking its long beak around in the tall grasses clustered with a group of flies, until it came across Kingfisher’s nest. In Kingfisher’s nest, Crane found Kingfisher and her eggs sleeping peacefully. The Crane tried to stealthily eat the eggs without disturbing the […]

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“This Isn’t Goodbye Forever, Only For Now” by Josie Mayo

28 June 2022

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At the moment, I’m half sure that I live in a fairy tale. Objects swirl into view and blur out again as my eyes adjust to the lighting around me. I sit up in bed, dizzy and fighting the temptation to close my eyes and lie back down. Instead, I frown, deciding that I must […]

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