In the End…End

Sike I’m back. Okay I swear I thought my last post was going to be my last one, but now I have to say goodbye. I mostly will not post on here again, maybe I will every couple months if I become randomly inspired or I have a lot of free time. Creative writing was…

Detective Eggsby Quin Screenplay

Hey guys! My friends Vice, Mediocrity and I decided to combine some of our favorite characters and ideas into a screenplay! We personally fell in love with these characters and we decided to give our readers a sneek peak at our screenplay, Detective Eggsby Quin . Detective Eggsby Quin will leave you on the edge…

Short Stroy: Balloon

Welcome to the Real World is what they always say. Don’t do this, don’t do that, be an adult. You’ll need this in the Real World. They’ve been preparing me for my journey for years. Now, I must begin this journey because today, I turn 18. I slowly drag my white wagon behind me. The…

Arlo

“Everyday I drove Clara to school. She always jumped into the car with her pink backpack that was bigger than her. Every morning she begged me to sit in the front seat. Every morning I said no, until one morning I said yes” I continue, “I still remember the date, June 2nd, the last Monday…

Make a Wish

a short story by Virtue When I was fourteen I was diagnosed with brain cancer in the temporal lobe. Surprise, surprise, it’s inoperable. When I turned fifteen, the tumor invaded the speech and language region of my brain. This prevented me from speaking. Now, at sixteen, I’m basically gone, I’ve given up hope. It’s just…

Cherry Blossoms

Before this class, I viewed poems and poetry as sappy love letters that rhyme. Now, I’ve learned that poetry can be anything: sappy love letters, rhyming, not rhyming, structured, free verse, and more. I’ve learned to appreciate poetry as I wrote poems each day for the last month. As the the month of April continued,…

Michigan Avenue

Thomas Adams is an average millennial, runs around in sweatshirts, goes to football games, “spends too much time on his phone”, supports climate change and he’s an adrenaline junky. Minus the fact that he is a violent crime analysts for the FBI, he’s normal. Thomas or Agent 008 and his partners are called to Chicago…

Book Review

“The truth is, once you learn how to die, you learn how to live.”  ― Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie The book, Tuesdays with Morrie is about how a mentor teaches his student to die, so his student can thrive. The story takes place place in Massachusetts, and follows the lives of Morrie Schwartz and Mitchell Albom (Author) and…

In the End

In the beginning, I wrote everything as if it was a term paper. I wrote strictly following the guidelines, I denied my more creative ideas and focused on surface level creativity. I always wrote about simpler things, afraid of offending someone. As I grew throughout the semester in my writing and internally, I’ve learned to…

NaPoWriMo

Hey guys! I will be participating in a poetry writing challenge called NaPoWriMo. I will be attempting to write 30 poems, one each day for the month of April. I will be posting a poem or two weekly, the days will most likely be random but I’ll try to continue posting one Fridays. 🙂 Yours…

Another 50 Word Story

Three men sit in front of me. All different. Which one is it? Who did it? Vexation overwhelms me as I slam my hands on the table. My blood covered hands hold my head as I ponder the consequences. Self-doubt fills my body. One bullet. But where shall it go?