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And it Scares Me

Danna Prusak

March 25, 2019

the memory of our last kiss is fading and it scares me the abundance of time in which i haven’t seen you is overwhelming it’s too f***ing long i haven’t seen you since before valentine’s da...

Slowly Slipping

Slowly Slipping

March 25, 2019

The Man Laying Next to Me

Victoria Kapusta

March 25, 2019

I softly giggled. I stared at his shallow green eyes. The only person I want to be laying next to me in bed. As I brushed through his brown hair with my cut forefinger, he softly whispered, “I wish I payed attention to you s...

Poem about love

Sophie Foley

March 25, 2019

Like a small bird the sun emerges and leaves at the end of today. Small birds like how the wind feels quiet and warm, the sun, he is yellow completely like the odious days of summer that wander around the city, buil...

Odd Bowl of Chicken Soup

Victoria Kapusta

March 25, 2019

Characters JOHN MARGO TYLER Setting Family’s dining room, Tyler’s bedroom, backyard   [Angie, Tyler and John are sitting by the dining table. Margo lightly taps her spoon against the edge of her bowl] ...

Until it doesn’t

Until it doesn’t

March 25, 2019

Love in Philly

Fatima Moreira

March 25, 2019

Ricky had been looking for love since he started realizing that he liked girls. He is a dark handsome teen with dark brown eyes, curly hair, and a great but quiet personality. One of his biggest dreams was to fall in love with...

The Other Side

Sydney Wargo

March 25, 2019

When I was first pulled out of math class by my guidance counselor, I thought I was in trouble. I went through every moment of the past week in my head, searching for a moment in which I had done something wrong. Was it because...

ABSTRACTION

Margareta Stern

March 25, 2019

ABBIE GREEN is sitting on a couch lined with pillows. The room she is in is plain with abstract black and white paintings hanging from the wall. MARTHA THOMPSON is seated across from her in a red chair; the only pop of color i...

I’m Home! A-100-word story

Liam Talasnik, writer

March 22, 2019

It was now two in the morning. Ms. Depaul sat on her husband’s beloved chair, scratching the side up and down with her recently trimmed nails. Her foot shook, but her body was still, her eyes peeled on the front door. Every...

A Painter’s Demise

Iliana Seltzer Escandon

March 22, 2019

The scene is at Mildred “Millie” Browning’s estate in the years of the roaring twenties. It is late at night, and by now most of the guests have decided to head home for the night and the children tucked away in bed, bu...

Another Night – a 100 word story

Laura Hickson

March 22, 2019

I was alone. Well, not really. I couldn’t hear them, but I knew they were tucked into the far corners of the house. They always were. The silence, while comforting, was deafeningly quiet compared to the shouted words that echoe...

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