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What Goes Around, Comes Around

What Goes Around, Comes Around

A Book by Alisha.Emily


17 year old Charlotte Hill rebelled against her negelctive parents, now she has to start again. Follow Charlotte as she embarkes on her new amazing ad..
I Am Here Today

I Am Here Today

A Poem by Annabelle Lee


My life in a nutshell
The Wheels on the Bus

The Wheels on the Bus

A Poem by Madelyn Defray


A poem about people on the bus and yes, I thought of it while I was on the bus. It's simple but the meaning is good and I personally enjoyed reciting ..
Troubles

Troubles

A Poem by writingcrazy55555


I am pulled fartherand fartherdown.I can barelysee above the surface.Trouble himselfis pulling at my ankles.I try to pull myself up,to break free,but ..
Step By Step

Step By Step

A Story by EnternalNight


This story is about a girl named Alice...if I tell you anymore I'm afraid I'll give the story away! Let me know if I should continue with it.
Welcome to Paradise

Welcome to Paradise

A Poem by Quaddeth


I haven't been on in a while
Chapter 3, Trouble with the Law

Chapter 3, Trouble with the Law

A Chapter by Kaybrie93


Chapter 3: Trouble with the Law 3:25pm Leaning back in her seat, Roselyn felt her eyelids get heavy as the radio played softly in the ba..
Hollow Coin

Hollow Coin

A Poem by Kevin M.K.


Quick-write.
The Phoenix

The Phoenix

A Poem by Alex Walters


This poem has multiple meanings. On the surface, it's a source-less narrator talking a phoenix through reincarnation. However, on a deeper level, I fe..
Blue Tennessee

Blue Tennessee

A Book by Elizabeth Reed


Cody McQuaid was always thought of as trouble. When she gets herself expelled from school her parents decide to send her off to live on her aunt and u..
Chapter One

Chapter One

A Chapter by Elizabeth Reed


"Son of a b***h..."I was instantly angered at the bright sun shining in my eyes early in the morning before my alarm went off. I blinked them open, be..
Chapter Two

Chapter Two

A Chapter by Elizabeth Reed


I lay on my bed, staring up at my ceiling.Expelled until senior year...I was a Junior now, so it was the whole year... I would have to home school.I w..
Chapter Three

Chapter Three

A Chapter by Elizabeth Reed


My parents told me I was leaving in three days. They told me since I only had three days I was ungrounded and could go out and say my goodbyes. The fi..
Chapter Four

Chapter Four

A Chapter by Elizabeth Reed


Almost everything I owned was packed up and put in the car. I made sure to leave my 'biohazard' and 'keep out' signs on my door, so people knew it was..

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