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    The Death of Kermit It was a windy fall day. Kermit was sipping tea and watching Bob Ross. There was a knock at the door. Kermit carefully put down the tea, and walked over. He looked outside, and didn’t see anything. Then, a screech came from a window upstairs. Kermit followed, and for a split second, he saw a hand hide. He was unsure of what he just saw. Kermit’s heart beat faster, his blood pressure rising. His palms were sweating and he tried to resume Bob Ross. He couldn’t stop…

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    The Importance Of My Life

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    strong for her. My head was flooding with thoughts; some were about my father’s condition, others were about how lazy I have been around the house. It was time about time I changed. We arrived at the Hospital’s emergency exit, as soon as the automatic doors slide open; the chill in the air sent goosebumps throughout my back, or it might have been the sight of my father’s watch, it was sitting in a basket with numbers written on it. The watch meant the world to us, my grandfather had given my…

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    Whisking Margaret’s unconscious body into my arms, I steadily began to inch my way towards the back door in escape. However, the task was daunting. Traveling to Margaret alone was one thing; although, traveling back, amidst the intensifying search of spiritual thieves, with a comatose woman’s arms dangling amongst the floor, and having to ensure that one did not accidently bump into a chair, thus calling all attention to ourselves, made the situation a bit more problematic. Nevertheless, I…

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    In the Door in the Wall, Robin had to choose to be brave and take risks. Both sides believe that Robin eventually snuck out of the castle. Some believe his escape was an honorable and brave decision, while others believe it was dangerous, if discovered and captured Robin would have died. Robin should have snuck out of the castle to get help for three crucial reasons; the castle residents remained outnumbered, in distress, and he would be a hero if successful. The first reason Robin should…

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    blood running down his thin sheet of skin out of the freshly sliced cuts and drenching his shirt with spots of blood. He restraints himself to look back, because another look at his mother would cost him his life. As he approaches the front wooden door with beautifully carved glass panels that allow people inside the house to look outside in a blurry vision, he sees a tall and distorted figure standing outside. There are also a few other smaller figures behind…

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    meeting new people, we start to separate them into their rightful places. High school helps us adventure and experiment the many windows our heart’s desire to open. Knowing our loved ones are by our side tells us to do things to succeed and opening new doors and windows to people that may benefit us in the long run, only we can define if we decide to keep that window open. At the end of the day, no one knows how we truly feel because it’s in our nature to always hold captive something from the…

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    “I am sick of your smart mouth Nick. If you don’t want to come to the party with me then stay home. I’m sorry I even asked. I’m going to work.” Dani slammed the front door to the tiny apartment they barely gathered the money to pay for this month. “I didn’t fucking say…” Nick sighed, letting his voice drop out of a yell as to not alarm the neighbors. Again. Nick made his way toward their sorry excuse of a master bedroom, past the little dining table that was accompanied by two dark wooden chairs…

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    I got to a door I recognized. Beau’s. I opened the door and the second I did arms flung around me. “You’re alive! She didn’t kill you! I never thought I would see you again!” His words were muffled by my hair that he was currently nuzzling very affectionately. I wanted to relish in the affection, but I knew it was wrong. I knew I had to pull away. So I did. “He’s the one you should be with. Just saying.” A voice said behind me. I spun around and saw Freya leaning casually in the door frame as…

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    Growing up as a child I had a pretty ordinary lifestyle. We lived in a comfortable two story home with one and a half bathrooms and three bedrooms. I had a nice, cozy bed, clothes to drape myself in, and food in my stomach, what more could I ask for? We never really struggled to acquire things but we were not the most blessed family. At the end of the day, we had what we needed and that is all that mattered. My parents are the most diligent workers I know. They made sure all my needs were taken…

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    Although “things can go awry” (1), by not having good signal and not being able to reach these students and staff. I agree with Motoko on installing “automatic locking mechanisms for dormitory and classroom doors” (1), it’s a way to keep a gunman away from hurting students. Locking the doors will keep the gunman lock and not being able to move around the campus. I have being on a situation where I was locked at home. Back in El Salvador my mom used to go for grocery and leave me and my siblings…

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