"Wayward branches"--a creative writing poem that describes the life of a tree with personification and intense detail.
fir tree grapples toward the sun. The trunk curves like a roller coaster track And needles form its very covering. Other trees have leaves, but this tree none Only the harsh commodities given to it by God. "Put me out of my misery!" the tree pleads.
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technical writing, which ever you would prefer to call it, is designated to target certain experts or specialist in a particular field. The purpose is to deliver technical information to readers (or listeners or viewers) in a manner that is adapted
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¡El circo viene a la ciudad! El Circo de los Hermanos de Ringling va a llegar esta noche al Estadio Grandolo. Van a están leones, tigres, y elefantes a ver. La gente va a hacer trucos muy buenos en el aire. ¡Mírarlos en temor como vuelan arriba arriba!
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for December at least, and Beth pulls her cashmere coat tightly around her small frame. It was a gift from Cal, two years ago. A Christmas present, she remembered. God, won't someone turn on the heat in here? Wait, no Beth, don't ask, it makes you
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Meowulf - a creative spoof on the anglo-saxon epic Meowulf. It's written in alternating verses of prose and poetry, and will make your teacher laugh to an A.
by enjoyed you mean hated with a fiery, burning passion - wait a second. . .) by students everywhere. It was once thought that it was one of the only surviving pieces of Anglo-Saxon literature (apparently the Anglo-Saxons liked their literature as much
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of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" This book has a suspenseful and adventurous feeling about it when you read it. The genre follows the feeling and is an adventure-like book with many suspenseful and surprising parts. The protagonist in
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town had just married a young beautiful loving girl named Cinderella, after searching for his beloved princess in many locations. She had left and ran away from him after they had been dancing all night until the clock had strike midnight. Cinderell
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stairs I could see my own reflection in the candle I held ever so slowly ever so silently I moved forward. I could feel the stone steps below my feet and hear the barking of the hounds in the distance. I knew someone was in the castle. It was now
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before evil, before death, when the earth was fair and all living things dwelt together as a kindered. "By feeing others, we free ourselves" is a quote that talks about the boys at the time when they were liberating the buffalos. It also says how
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My Afghan Hound Story. Question to essay: Write a essay about any experience you or dream that you had.
of my life and it all started with my obsession with Afghan hounds. Not so long ago I saw an Afghan hound and I wanted to cry, because I wanted a dog like that very badly. I knew that I would never be able to have a dog like that, but one day I decided
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