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    Do What's Right. ... I Will Always Love You.

    I used to write when I was younger and had more time on my hands. This is something that I wrote and shared with my girlfriend long before she became my wife:Do what's right.PLEASE do what is in your best interest.DON'T stay because of me.GO.I will always love you. How do you...
    0ppa 0ppa 36-40, M 2 Responses Oct 5, 2012

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Twelve The raised

    car hood at the roadside,in the direction that we were going, was a sure sign of trouble. From the puzzled and frustrated look on the face of the pretty blonde woman leaning under it, I could tell she knew little or maybe nothing about car maintainance. Beside her was a little...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 1 Response 3 days ago

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    Queen of clusterf*cks.

    LOL. That's my BIG problem. I write down all my thoughts for a novel out of order and in strange vernacular so my editor's head just pops off. She only deals with me because she loves my work, so I guess the talent outshines the mania. This is for Married to Madness. Google it.
    dirtydarkness dirtydarkness 31-35, F 4 Responses Jan 25, 2014

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    Haiku About Life

    Virtue is patient time flows with incontenence a world out of time
    LoneAlpha LoneAlpha 31-35, M 3 Responses Dec 6, 2012

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Eleven Susan must

    have left the circle of family. She caught up with me and the dog before I had gone too far in the dark. Catching my one arm, she squeezed it gently and showed me the folded paper plate she was carrying. There was a forkful or two of vegetables and meat, a couple of spoons of...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 4 days ago

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Eight Mommy's eyes

    softened. She tried to be reasonable about the whole thing. "But Marie is right. We already have Sharon and two puppies besides, and they were all here first." But I was my mother's daughter, and nothing if not stubborn. "But she prefers Marie to anyone else." I impulsively...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 6 days ago

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    Big Girls Don't Cry Sixty-Seven - That's Just

    An Alibi It rained, but it also did little to break the oppressive heat of that summer. It came down hard and fast, sometimes also like a curtain in its thickness, making puddles and mud that soaked into the holes in the ground below. When the slow-moving storm finally decided...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Jan 18

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    It was a full moon, not just any full moon

    though, far bigger and brighter than any ever to be seen, and this is what made the magic come alive. Underneath the moon, you could see a girl in a majestic silver bubble, with glistening silver smoke, floating away as it sparkled across the skies. What lay ahead for this...
    Lunarflowerrr Lunarflowerrr 22-25, F 1 Response Mar 17, 2014

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    HB 31 Why? On one hand you maneuver ideas

    masterfully, confusing and knocking jokers and fools down who dare to cross you. Your arguments are incisive, and like a boxer, you turn lights out in a barrage of alien words and nested arguments impossible to dodge or block. You are ruthless but compassionate, hard but fair...
    DaddyBadger DaddyBadger 46-50, M 1 Response Jan 21

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    The gift by Carie Ann The smell of smoke was

    filling the village sounds of screaming and violent yelling was everywhere. I looked around to see what was going on men in odd clothing was ravaging the village burning houses children was being slaughtered in the street blood soaking the dirt road I watched in my hiding place...
    TeenageWriterGirl TeenageWriterGirl 16-17, F 2 Responses Aug 16, 2014

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Ten I was

    transported. I forgot all about the sweater I wanted and the open door, now beginning to bang in the keening wind that suddenly brushed my bare arms. Unheeding, I crouched next to the dog and put my arms around his neck. They nearly vanished in the wealth of silky white fur. I...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 5 days ago

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    I like creative writing

    because it makes your mind feel like it has felt that way or like it has experienced that emotion
    babylovestar15 babylovestar15 18-21, F Jul 5, 2014

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes One The shock

    and sting of Marie's blow - she always hit hard - was followed by anger and tears. "I'm gonna TELL," I quavered, putting my hands behind me. "That's not FAIR." "Go ahead." Marie seemed unconcerned. "And I'm gonna tell Mother you should go to bed without your supper. See how...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 1 Response Jan 28

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    Big Girls Don't Cry Seventy-Three - Stranger

    In My Midst The kids had just finished the pledge to the flag and were still on their feet as the principal opened the door and nudged me forward. No one said a word, but their eyes were rounded as of one altogether. They stood and stared; I didn't know where to look. The...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Jan 22

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    Indiana And Pennsylvania - A Story Prequel -

    Chapter Sixty Paula and I went wedding shopping at every opportunity. We found her maid of honor dress almost immediately. It was a sweet floor-length gown with a lace-trimmed sweetheart neckline and lace-trimmed cap sleeves, in a soft peach color. She looked like a flower in...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 4 Responses Jan 8, 2014

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Eighteen Even

    since New Hope - and we had come many, many miles from there, thanks to the tandem driving teams of Barbara, Cindy, and Mommy - the dog, my dog, as I thought of him now - stayed with us, maybe twenty miles or such behind us - but keeping pace with us. It might take him several...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 11 hrs ago

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    Big Girls Don't Cry Seventy-Four - That's Just

    YOUR Alibi The first day. Time passed slowly. I was a little bit spoiled, I supposed, over my abbreviated schooling. Miss Wilson spoke in a calm, cultured voice. I should have been satisfied with that. But I wasn't. it was overly warm in the room the first day, and my bad...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Jan 24

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    When I was little, I used to check under my bed

    in case any monster was hiding there, waiting to grab my hand as it fell over the side of the bed while I slept. When I grew up a bit, I didn't need to check for monsters anywhere because I wouldn't find them. I knew they were in my head, creeping through my thoughts as the sun...
    Missinghim99 Missinghim99 16-17, F 2 Responses Sep 4, 2014

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    Big Girls Don't Cry Seventy-Five - Did You Try?

    Did You Lie? Under Miss Wilson's care, I blossomed in second grade. No, my grades didn't come to the top of the class instantly, and I struggled for everything I achieved. But I made it a somewhat "point of honor" to not be lazy and daydreamy, flake off, and get "F's" anymore...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Jan 25

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    The Call of The Wild,

    part I Laying on her makeshift bed, she stares out the window, the drapes flapping in the night breeze... Wandering over to the window, she closes it gently.. In the distance, she hears it...the piecing howl... the shrill squeal she has came to know so well... Above her, the...
    MistyGoddess MistyGoddess 46-50, F 2 Responses Mar 29, 2015

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    Big Girls Don't Cry Seventy-One - My.

    Oh My When I started to work on the book, I asked Anne and John how long I had to finish it. "As long as you need," Anne began, then amended, "That is - if you can finish it before Friday." "That's not what I mean! How long do I have to work on this? An hour, like I did in St...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Jan 20

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    I Admire

    The one who writes for necessity obligation, vocation or vanity. The one who disappears giving chance to the text to stand out. The one who is a Best seller And the anonymous as well.   I appreciate… who writes true literature and virtual ones who writes...
    deleted deleted 26-30 14 Responses Jun 21, 2009

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Thirteen "That lady,

    and her daughter - " Mommy pointed in the direction of the two in question. " - are all by themselves." "Where's her daddy?" interrupted Spica interestedly. "Did God take him away to heaven, too?" "I don't know, sweetheart." Mommy reached over and smoothed Spica's blonde hair...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 2 days ago

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Fifteen As we

    reached the bottom of the incline, Diane wrenched away from me and spun to look me in the eyes. Her arms were stiff and straight at her sides, her fists clenched. "What d'you want, anyway?" My bravado began to dissolve a little bit. I hadn't exactly expected Diane to react with...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 1 day ago

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    After nearly 20 years of being out of school

    I've decided to pursue a degree and am currently in the admissions process which requires a short essay explaining why I should be admitted. I love writing but am drawing a complete blank on what to say!
    poetryafterdark poetryafterdark 36-40, F 3 Responses Mar 11, 2015

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    Me

    Well,ı think it is time to tell about me a little:) A lot of people who ı am friends with ask me why ı didnt write somethings about myself. For nearly 2,5 years ı have been a member in here. ı like this site indeed.My name is Emre.ı live in Turkey but ı was born in...
    dreamboyy dreamboyy 26-30, M 14 Responses Apr 6, 2011

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    "A prologue to life" The new day?

    s mists fade away. My mind is clear, but in my soul a fire burns as the spirit awakes in me. It?s time to go and explore, the worlds inside and outside. Today the epic fight starts Again. The fight against myself, alongside myself. As my reflection laughs in my face I know I...
    MissLunaDomina MissLunaDomina 31-35, F 5 Responses Sep 9, 2015

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Seventeen In the

    days that followed - we were stopped for a couple of days to refuel, rest the tires, and add water to the motor - Diane began to make a transformation. In some of my clothes, after a good bath and thorough shampoo, she both looked and behaved better. She had always been a...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 16 hrs ago

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    Computer Assissted Writing (C.A.W. 2011) A Short Story for Lazy Writers

        CAW 2011 My son, Matthew, is a computer genius.  Last week he gave me the latest version of his newest invention, a Computer Assisted Writing software program called CAW 2011.  In a few minutes he’d loaded the software into my computer. "Hello," my computer said...
    HallieParker HallieParker 66-70, M 8 Responses Jan 9, 2012

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    Big Girls Don't Cry Twenty-Two - Told My Girl.

    . From previous experience that wretched summer, I knew I had to wait after the noon bell rang (the end of a summer school day) until the kids left. I didn't look around at Mrs. Morton again while the kids, still giggling, pushed by me and left the room, then the area. When the...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Dec 19, 2015

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    For those who want to write seriously,

    who have aspirations of writing a novel and/or publishing one, you must write consistently. Carve out a period of time everyday and write. Whether, it is as little as 30 minutes or as great as several hours, find that time. In order to really get something accomplished and...
    Dustyghost Dustyghost 46-50, M Mar 29, 2015

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    Don't you hate it when you're writing a story,

    and it's going good for a few chapters, then all of the sudden your mind starts going blank, and you can't figure out how to write the rest of the story, and whatever you do write sounds lame?... Gahhhhh I hate it!!!
    PsychGirl94 PsychGirl94 18-21, F 5 Responses Nov 15, 2014

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Sixteen Mommy

    backed me none too gently out of hearing range before dropping my arm. Fainter, but still audible, in the background, the spanking continued. Mommy began to scold, softly but firmly. "Why do you insist on being disobedient to me? I told you, like I told Marie, you are to...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 1 day ago

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    Big Girls Don't Cry Sixty-Nine - My Little

    Girl Before we left, Sister Rosemary reopened the book and turned to the Religion pages. She removed a wide-tipped red marker from her table drawer, and an ordinary ballpoint pen. Without further preamble, she drew a big red "X" across the printed pages,one by one, corner to...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Jan 19

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    Things weren’t perfect anymore,

    she knew that now. How wrong she was when she imagined sunshine and rainbows. She thought that love was always happy, that it would always be good and beautiful and strong. But that just isn’t reality. Nothing can be perfect no matter hard you work at it to make it perfect. It...
    awaywego4 awaywego4 26-30, F 1 Response May 2, 2015

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    My Review Of Life.

    This will probably make more sense to people that play videogames, nonetheless, I hope whoever reads it finds it a bit humorous :D Life is a new MMORPG, that is, Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Game, on a scale that is larger and more intricate than any other game on...
    SilenceEvermore SilenceEvermore 22-25 4 Responses Sep 11, 2012

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes NIne "All right,

    girls, let's get going." Mommy instructed. "Mommy - " I was still on my knees on the ground, my arms around the dog's neck. I turned a pleading face to her. " - what about my dog?" Mommy looked ready to cut a switch to use on the next little girl who asked an inappropriate...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 5 days ago

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    in My Ears And In My Eyes Six A few feet from

    where we had parked the RV, an elderly lady sat on a camp chair, huddled and bundled in a battered straw hat and rumpled jacket. She had a full and (I thought) rather greasy bag full of popcorn in her hands. She didn't put one kernel in her own mouth, but instead tossed them...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Feb 2

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    Big Girls Don't Cry Seventy-Two - Kim Wilson

    And the Second Grade Second grade. I was in heaven. I thought I'd never make it. The school was a beautiful little sandstone building, with a separate kindergarten entrance. I saw the little kids lining up in front of it, with the teacher swinging the doors every morning and...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 1 Response Jan 21

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    Terror on Extension 29 Seventeen - Karen

    Duke We were in the car for what seemed like forever and forever. But I wasn't scared. This man had been so nice to me now and on a prior occasion. No reason why I can't trust him... "What's your name?" I asked, turning under my seat belt to look at him. "David Collins," the...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 1 Response Jun 23, 2015

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Four I dressed in a

    short-sleeved sweatshirt and jeans in coordinating shades of pink, then combed my hair into a fresh ponytail before joining the others for breakfast. I don't know how Mommy had done it, and I didn't truly care, but there was bacon (a little bit overdone) and scrambled eggs. As...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Jan 31

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Three Mommy came

    crashing through the damp grass, swinging a huge locust stick. For a minute, I thought she had abandoned her no-spanking rule and was intending to use it on me. Then, I realized she was looking from side to side as she smashed the stick about her. What - ? "Vega Christine...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F Jan 30

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Five I could hear

    the rattily hum of the grooved surface of the bridge under our wheels as we began to cross. I lifted the edge of one of the window blinds just a centimeter to get a better look at the pedestrians trucking by on foot on the passenger footbridges on either side. Marie had ended...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 2 Responses Feb 1

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    The Legend of Chickenfoot

    I can remember it as if it were yesterday. The thought of the-- incident-- even now makes my blood run cold, as if a thousand cold invisible fingers running over my body. This old diner that smells of old grease and staleness also reminds me of another like it in my past. Believe...
    mendoguy mendoguy 56-60, M 3 Responses Jan 20, 2013

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    In My Ears And In My Eyes Seven The woman

    with the bag of popcorn was still sitting on the camp chair. She wore a scowl on her face - evidently she didn't care for seven young girls invading her space - eight, if you counted Mommy. She threw handfuls of her remaining popcorn at the ducks without taking her baleful eyes...
    MaryJanine MaryJanine 61-65, F 1 Response a week ago

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