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    Shiho Rider A Short Story

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    3 months later… After the incident with the bully Rider’s father went back to their home world and bought the suppression bracelet and gave it to Rider to use. And also, Hino has been training his son none stop since the incident to help him control his magic. That’s not the only thing that happened Rider found out what he did to Shiho in the library and he immediately apologized to her. Speaking of Shiho Rider has developed a crush on said girl and has been thinking about her since. Rider decided that today was the day he was going to ask her out on a date. It was the end of the day and Rider was waiting outside of the school’s swimming pool waiting for Shiho’s team practice. Rider had a dozen roses and he was nervous as fuck right now…

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    Red Petals: A Short Story

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    Is it about your date with Chris? You guys have a good time? I want to know all about it,” Courtney says as she grabs her lunch and rushes out of her office. “I will tell you in a minute and it’s not about Chris, we don’t even have a second date,” Briana tells Courtney as they grab a corner table at the cafeteria. “Someone left a glass box of roses in my front door” Briana explains. “Are you sure they’re not from Chris, because that is so romantic,” Courtney exclaims. “No or I don’t think so.…

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    “Mom this is totally unfair! I was only one hour off curfew and I totally called dad ahead of time to tell him I was going to be late.” Maxi says with as much teen angst one could possibly manage into a statement. “Maxianna it is not a choice! You need to learn that what I say goes, your father and I are no longer married therefore when you’re at my house you follow my rules. You are not going anywhere for the next week.” Her mother fired back at her with a finality that was not to…

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    Suicide Monologue

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    You’re sitting in your room. Door locked, with a pen in your hand and a blank piece of paper in front of you. Your hand is shaking and the tears begin again- for the third time in the past hour. ‘To my family’ you write at the top of the page, but decide it’s a bad way to begin your letter, your suicide letter. You try again, start over, again, but you don’t know how to begin. No one understands you; no one knows what you are going through, you’re alone or, at least, that’s what you think.…

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    Where is my heart? I couldn’t help but feel small while resting in the clouds. Depositing all my trust in the machinery I sat in made my stomach sink, and I couldn’t help but feel the slightest bit nervous. Then it appeared, the country I had no idea I would fall in love with eight days later. Port-au –Prince, Haiti laid directly below me; complete destruction enveloped my vision. Four years earlier, following the earthquake that devastated Haiti, seeing it remain in ruins, made my heart sink.…

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    Silvia Alternate Ending

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    With the letter back in the envelope, she wondered if maybe holding it a day would allow her time to conjure up a good excuse. Her navy-blue, plaid skirt was caked with mud and her knee highs were splotched with blood. Upstairs, Marci heard a series of exasperated sighs and rolled her eyes. Once again, her mother was having a fit. First, she heard the familiar scuff of shoes and recognized the foot patterns of Silvia Aurora Herrero, just before she walked into the kitchen. Marci’s face lit…

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    Have you ever lost someone close to you? Family friend, neighbor; or possibly your Mom, Dad, Sister or Brother? Now imagine that they are leaving, no way to stop them; and if they do not go, they are thrown in jail or end up a runaway convict. This is the horror of drafting. Drafting is what steals away and breaks apart families and sends them off to war with little to no chance of them coming back home. They will be forced into being trained and punished to suit the necessities of war and…

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    The ominous skies enclosed on the castle as thunder crepitated and lighting sparked. Within the enigmatic castle lied blood-filled dungeons, weapons of mass destruction, black magic, and sacrificial rituals. The Nikushimi family owned and lived within the castle. No one in the family can leave the castle, however, only one person is permitted to travel outside these walls. If one ignores the mandate of isolation, their fate will be excruciating torment until death. Only my brother, Ureshii…

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    “Mother had written him that she felt she was dying and wished to see him before she did. It must have been hard for both of them… I remember them sitting in the garden talking before she passed. He was crying. Vera and I were watching from my window. She whispered to me that she would never let anyone hurt me again…” I reached and touched his cheek. I saw that his eyes were misty. “You must have loved your mother very much,” I said softly. “Yes, I did- you are the only person I’ve ever loved…

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    Emma pulled up to the small ranch that she had grown up in. Although she hadn't visited in years, it was exactly as she had remembered. The powder blue house with white shutters and a white door. The lush bushes circled the house. But now there was a for sale sign on the lawn, one that would be taken down tomorrow after the papers were signed. Emma got out of her car and and turned the key in the door for the first time in seven years. She creaked the door open. The house was dull and dark.…

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