Creative Writing Essays and Term Papers
Tale Of TrogipineThe tale of trogipine
This is the tale of the horrified cross bred frog. He is part frog, part tiger, and part porcupine. He stalks the night when the moon is at its fullest. He is only seen on rare occasions, during the second season of the year. He hides in the woods above the tree limbs in ...
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Chocolate MilkGabriela Galvan
Professor B. Friedman
February 13, 2015
The year was 2003, and I was only nine years of age at the time. School had always been a fascination to me. I had the chance to learn something new every day. I got to raise up my hand and feel good when ...
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Batman and SupermanChris Young
Dr. Allen Berry
18 February 2015
Batman and Superman
For over 75 years now, Batman and Superman have reigned supreme as the two most popular superheroes. Arguably, they are the two most popular superheroes of all-time. They are both characters of DC comics, and have ...
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Fan Fic 5sos TumblrWith your small backpack slung over your left shoulder, you took in a deep breath of the crisp fall air before breaking into a smile and letting your gaze drop to the ground, watching the vibrant colored leaves crunch underneath your feet.
Not looking back up as you walked closer to the bus ...
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The Bombing of KhewaBr. Gerry Faulkner Creative Writing Competition
The Bombing Of Khewa
Run! Yelled Emile as the rumble of planes closed in on the small town. The fruit on the market stalls started to topple over. There was a sudden stampede of people trying to escape the bombing. As the first bomb hit it ...
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Diary Entry In WW1Writing task:
Imagine you are either a soldier in the trenches or a woman back at home during WW1. Write your diary at the end of the week. Include your thoughts and feelings. (400 words)
20[th] December 1915
Tonight is a cold night. I am freezing. It has been like this for ...
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On Tue 4:43 PM (Alternately: Tuesday, March 9, 2004), John did not ...
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DepressionDepression watched the boy as he sputtered out lies to his parents about why he insisted on a wardrobe of hoodies in the hot days of summer. One by one depression conquered his slaves. He laughed at their private scenes of breaking down and the thoughts of worthlessness and patheticness that ...
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The Tomb of Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep"That color looks great on you!"
"Really? You really think so?' The Pharaoh beamed with pride. "Why, I believe you're right. What do you think, honey?"
The Pharaoh's Queen sauntered over from her dresser, at which her personal attendant applied her makeup: lapis-encrusted eye shadow and gold ...
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Success Without A Father"You look hilarious!" I said to my best friend, whose green shirt poked out from beneath her frock. "That hat doesn't even sit on your head right!"
We giggled and the vice principle glared at us, threatening with her eyes.
"Face forward," she shouted out to the class. "You're all going to ...
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My First Battle As An Ancient WarriorHanging just above the horizon like a hot medallion, the blazing eager sunlight outshone at my army. Its golden light reflected my sword turning it pale orange from white. The gold tips on our battle flag looked like it was on fire. They were bearing the crest of our lord. The metal armor laced ...
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To Da-duh, in MemoriamBackground
This story is set in Barbados, a tropical island in the Caribbean that was a British colony for almost 340 years before gaining its independence in 1966. The rich culture of Barbados is the product of English, African, and Caribbean influences. Most of today's Barbadians are ...
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The Independence DayGOLDEN PEN ESSAY
LAMYA KHALID 11C
"The Independence Day"
A crimson carpet had spread across the veranda which the rented trumpets men stood on, with a few bored blows through the mouthpiece every couple of minutes. Many folk came to admire the grand arrangements and although it was the same ...
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The Threat of Individualism and How to Defeat ItToday, the greatest peril posed against humanity is a concept that masks its true self behind a guise of inspiration, solidity, and innovation. For years now, it has deceived and tricked and fooled billions around the globe, from greats such as Albert Einstein and Mahatma Gandhi reimagining the ...
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HopeAs my bare feet trudged through the sludge of human and animal waste, a terrible stench permeated the air. The putrid stench of garbage, feces, and dead animals clung even to my clothes; the stench of poverty and despair went deep inside me, wrapping around my lungs so that I could barely ...
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NORTH RICHMOND STREET being blind, was a quiet street except at the hour when the Christian Brothers' School set the boys free. An uninhabited house of two stories stood at the blind end, detached from its neighbours in a square ground The other houses of the street, conscious of decent ...
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0205 Hours02:05, it was still early into her shift thought Clara, as she read her fob watch hanging from her pocket. It had been relatively quiet fir the AE ward, especially for a Friday night, but Clara's feet still ached. It was her own fault she knew; Clara had managed to swap her evening shift next ...
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