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    Beastie Monologue

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    him that he must return Piggy’s glasses, because he is blind without them. Jack ignored Ralph and basically told him to lay off. With continuous bantering between Ralph and Jack, Piggy reminded Ralph that he needed his protection. Ralph was telling Piggy he would be fine if he stayed put. Piggy just about screamed have you lost your marbles. I looked at Piggy though and glared at him, and gave him the “really” eyes. *I guess I should not have given Piggy the “really” eyes, because he knew in his gut that something felt off. Roger started to toss rocks up in the air, and then he started flinging them in Piggy’s range. In only a matter of a couple throws, Piggy was struck. He then flails over the edge off the cliff. I rushed over to the cliff and kneel at the edge and peer over the edge of the cliff. I quickly turn my head away and gape at Roger and Ralph. Then my face stiffens up. I began to walk towards Roger and yell at him to paste me like he did Piggy. Roger brandished a rock in the air. Jack pulled down his arm and told some boys to round up Eric, Sam, and I. At that point I had no control I was to go on Jack’s side with Sam and Eric, otherwise I would die. Ralph was left all alone; I did not know what to say. My So Called Future Once binging rescued from the Navy ship I have began feeling more normal again. This week I have showered, slept in a bed, and talked to ADULTS. Being around adults again I think we can all say that has made us more stable? I have not…

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    Gabrielle groaned in protest as Tom teased her about being a whore. She wanted to stop, to just scream and make this all end, but his threat to her let her know he expected her to do everything he said. With a whimper, her grip around his and John's cocks tightened, trying to stroke them with a little bit more force as she was being face fucked. Though whatever form of coordination she had was fading as Eric fucked her throat like none of the other guys had done before. He pounded it down her…

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    The griffin, all twenty-three of us perched on his back, skids to a stop in the same woods that were my refuge after Henry. We clamber off. The bird coos before shrinking to the size of a normal bird, then stretching—this time in the shape of Ari. “All right.” I channel my inner general. “You see that section of the building jutting out—just past that rock, with the red bricks? That’s the section we’re gonna burn. You’re gonna burn, I mean. I say that because I’m going to the front of the…

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    Red Maelstrom Disclaimer: I don't own Naruto manga/anime and One Piece. manga/anime Ch.4 Along Pirates Suddenly one of the villagers comes running screaming "PIRATES! EVERYONE! PIRATES HAVE COME! PIRATES! EVERYONE HIDE! The Arlong Pirates! Arlong?" "No way! Why would mermen from the Grand Line come all the way here? So the rumor about mermen pirates splitting up was true?" the mass of villagers begin to murmur between themselves. "Nami! Nojiko!" both girls stop running and turn towards the…

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    birds chirping and grass swaying in the gentle breeze, the calming silence became a distant memory. As the birds flapped their wings, moving at the edge of the tiny meadow, from one tree to the next, they cast their shadows over the body of a small brown skinned, black haired girl. She lay on her back in the hilltop grass, facing directly up towards the almost blinding light of the afternoon sun. Her dark skin, holding a lively warm glow, reflected the rays of sunlight off of her quickly…

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    Fire Descriptive Writing

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    sister followed; then my brother. My mother; however, showed no interest in jumping down like the rest of them, and instead sat towards the base of the cliff and watched. Before I knew it, it was my turn. I could hear the screams of joy coming from my siblings below me. I was standing in the middle of the large rocks debating on whether or not to go back and chicken out. I could hear my dad yelling encouraging comments, while my siblings were telling me how much I was missing out on. I could…

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    The fall.. I woke up one day to find myself getting chilled, I opened my eyes, the bright light tingled them. I found tones of snow all around. The gusty wind was really scary, killing me with its chillness. I stood up roamed some steps. It seemed like I was on one of the glaciers in some part in Antarctica...puzzled...I moved on, From a distant I saw a full grownup but lean and thin polar bear on the edge, her kids were playing around her in warmth love of their mother. Leaving the occasional…

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    when he was a child which was a classic sled and then I had a metal bowl sled along with a very slippery boogie board. I mainly used the boogie board. We brought the kayak down to the hill and started to go down over and over as a group. We sat in the cold at the top of the hill. We all dug our gloves into the snow and slid down the hill. It went further this time and we were headed straight to the lake. The Kayak bumped to the side and knocked Messay out. “BAIL!!” yelled Beau, another friend.…

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    continues with the analogy in the second stanza as she shifts the imagery from a white dress to standing on the edge of a “purple well,” (2.2). The purple well symbolizes her artistic inspiration for her writing and as she stands at the edge of it contemplating her worth of wearing the white dress of dedication, she considers going ahead and jumping in it. She thinks that, like a nun dedicating herself wholly to God, it would also be “A hallowed thing—to drop a life Into the purple well,”…

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    Riley perched herself on the edge of the cabin bed, absentmindedly following routine and pulling on her combat boots, thick and heavy, ready for fighting. Moonlight was seeping through the gaps in the blacked out windows; there was a gentle spring breeze making its way through the log cabin walls. She was small for her age of 14 but she had strength and speed on her side. Riley could hear the other campers singing around the campfire and the subtle smells of burnt sugar from the marshmallows…

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