Realism Stories

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The Reality

A realistic approach to the modern-day teen pregnancy.

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The Reality
The Fence

Allison is in a school that only the student really know what is going on. Each student stays there for 4 years, if they survive. The parents thinks it's school The Students think it's prison and the staff know the truth. All Allison wants to do is leave, and she will find a way

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The Fence
Distortion

This is not only a poem.

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Distortion
Fine.

I'm fine.

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Fine.
Fine.
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Pain

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Pain
Pain
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I Promise

Originally for the Solitare competition but not anymore.

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I Promise
When Worlds Collide

Tanner Smith lives in a household with only boys, and she has no hint of girl in her. She has been ruled out as punk and she doesn't care one bit. Then there is Sasha Creste, schools queen bee and drama queen, she is rich, popular and pretty. These girls have nothing in common, instead one thing, they are going to be sisters. How will these girls be friends.

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When Worlds Collide
Paper Moon

Every school has the kid that died; or the kids. A select few have that unfortunate plural; the larger schools, the ones in less affluent areas, the ones that are just spectacularly unlucky. But there’s always at least one; one kid who runs out in front of a car, one kid who’s sitting in the back of the car at the top of the pileup on the motorway, one kid who takes death into their own hands. Huntingtons’ dead kid was Todd.

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Paper Moon
Cover Store

Want a cover? Try me, it may suck but it's the thought that counts

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Cover Store
ruins of a broken heart | thg-competition

"It's the things we love most that destroy us."

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ruins of a broken heart | thg-competition
Amnesia *The Maze Runner competition*

Forgetting seems horrible, but you don’t know pain until you remember...

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Amnesia *The Maze Runner competition*
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