Tired of Writing by Hailey Hoffman

Jeramiah 20: 14-18     Cursed be the day I was born!     May the day my mother bore me not be blessed! 15  Cursed be the man who brought my father the news,     who made him very glad, saying,     “A child is born to you—a son!” 16  May that man be like the towns     the Lord overthrew without pity. May he hear wailing in the morning,     a … Continue reading Tired of Writing by Hailey Hoffman

Will G.E.M. By Chloe Riggs

From: Will G.E.M. To: Carmen Reeds Subject: Eternal Happiness Dear Miss Reeds,  Good Afternoon. I hope you had a lovely morning as your happiness is something we are interested in. However, I have a product that will keep you happy for eternity. Please contact me for more information regarding this special offer.  Thank you,  Will G.E.M. I wondered what G.E.M. could stand for, but didn’t … Continue reading Will G.E.M. By Chloe Riggs

It Wants What I Have. By Alyssa Wagner

My name is Nia. (pronounced ‘nee-ah’ in case you’re having trouble with reading it,) anyways, I had a really scary dream not long ago. Well, hang on, I’ll give you just a little bit of background about me really fast. So I’m 14, and I was born in japan. I moved to America about 3 months ago, but I had been learning english for a … Continue reading It Wants What I Have. By Alyssa Wagner

Imaginary Friend by Katelynn Andrews

Matt and I, we are each other’s only friends. I am Fritter, named after Matt’’s favorite donut. Matt is a 14 year old boy with floppy, light brown hair, hazel eyes, and an innocent giggle. His favorite food is chocolate ice cream with yellow sprinkles; those are his favorites. It’s a pretty substantial choice, if you ask me. He once enjoyed going outside to make … Continue reading Imaginary Friend by Katelynn Andrews