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"When you plan something, things can only go as well as a plan portends. But when you truly live, life goes on forever." - Phuan

Essays for English: Creative Writing

  1. Creative Writing: "My House"
    Creative Writing: "My House" by: Jeff As I approach the island on which my dream house awaits, I catch a quick glimpse of it. It is...
  2. Creative Writing: Letter to Principal
    Creative Writing: Letter to Principal Dear Mr.Johnson, This Letter is on the issue of closed campus, in my opinion this should not even be an issue. Haslett High Scholl...
  3. Creative Writing: the Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday
    Creative Writing: The Man who Stepped into Yesterday Once upon a time, there was a mountain which rose out of a vast, green forest. and in the forest there were...
  4. Realization
    From what I see, I am nothing special, nothing out of the ordinary. Nothing has happened to me my whole life that hasn’t happened to nearly everybody else on this planet. Except that I met Brian. Being in his arms were some of the happiest...
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  5. Relationship: Before and After Marriage
    Ismat Chughtai, in her story “The Homemaker”, addresses the man-woman relationship before and after marriage and the dominant nature of a husband in an eastern society. In “The Homemaker”, Lajo, with black eyes, pale complexion, bubbly...
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  6. Creative Writing: a Night Fishing
    Creative Writing: A Night Fishing It must have been 4 feet long and must have weighed at least 30 lbs. It was one of the slimiest ones we ever caught. The tentacles were...
  7. Ribbon
    There once was a ribbon. Her name was Ribbon, as plain as the decorative object that she was. Ribbon was very vain and liked to get up every morning from her place in the sewing basket full of odds and ends. Every morning, she would look into the...
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  8. School on Alert
    Everybody was in a panic!<br /> <br /> It was a Fun Friday in our school, 2 pm., August 6, 2004 where school children showcased their talents in singing and dancing at the open stage of the school premises when a fire broke out at the back of the...
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  9. Sights and Sounds of America
    By employing the rhetorical devices of parallelism, paradox, repetition, metaphor, and oxymoron as seen in, “…fish and crabs and shrimps lay beautifully on white beds of shaved ice…”, “…one day perhaps the city returns and rips out the...
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  10. Creative Writing: the Legend of Sweating Moose-Balls
    Creative Writing: The Legend of Sweating Moose-Balls A long time ago, there was nobody on the land except for one Indian tribe: The Cranchids. Then, the white man moved...
  11. Sir Jaso and the Giant
    Sir Jaso turned his head in the direction of the woman’s gaze and there before him stood the giant that he had heard so much about during the past few days. It stood almost 20 feet off the ground and carried a club bigger than Sir Jaso himself...
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  12. Creative Writing: Siege of Yorktown
    Creative Writing: Siege of Yorktown It was four o'clock in the morning when my commanding officer awoke me and we were ordered to prepare to march. We had set up an...
  13. Creative Writing: Origin of the Big Dipper
    Creative Writing: Origin of the Big Dipper Once their was a old couple who lived in a village near the country-side. The village they lived in didn't have a lot of food...
  14. Six Weeks
    <br /> “ I love you more than anything. If you love me as much as I love you.” Those were the empty words you said before you did it. Love is what you called it. If you loved me, you wouldn’t have done it if you loved me, you would’ve...
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  15. Creative Writing: I Thought You'D Never Ask!
    Creative Writing: I Thought You'd Never Ask! The first day back to school for the new year, Bob noticed a new girl in the class. He stared at her for 15 minutes...
  16. Slain
    The monster roared, its fury sparked a thousand tongues of fire from its hide. With one almighty sweep it sent Ryanna’s father flying over the top of the volcano, the wind ceased, the spell failed, and the monster drew itself to its full one...
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  17. Slow Ride
    It was a long time coming,but it was here. I had finally gotten my licence,after what seemed like a millenium. My parents,quite happy for me,immediately relinquished their firm grasp on the keys to the sleek, black Acura parked in front of the house...
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  18. Sorry, It’S My Entire Fault.
    I wish I had not done it. If I had been more sensible, the accident would not have happened; but it’s no use saying that now. <br /> One day at school last term, we didn’t have very much to do. The teachers had all gone to a...
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  19. Stung by a Wasp
    It was a warm sunny afternoon; school had let out already and I was at McDonalds. After we had ordered, I went outside with my friends to eat. We sat down in a good spot as we at. I had a hamburger, french fries, and a soda. I had taken a big bite...
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  20. Sylvia's Use of Senses in Ariel
    \"Ariel\" possesses power and importance, a certain element of orgasmic stress to the degree to which the horseback ride Plath once took becomes something more—a ride into the abyss of the unknown, a stare back into the eye of the sun, an odyssey...
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  21. Taken over by a Computer Game
    One day I went to the computer shop and I bought a new computer game. The box in which was the computer game was, looked very nice and I couldn’t resist to buy it. Next day my parents were leaving to France and I was alone… Ok not exactly alone...
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  22. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
    The author, Mark Twain, set the story in his childhood town of Hannibal, Missouri, besides the Mississippi River. He renamed it St Petersburg for the purpose of the book.<br /> The story was set during his own childhood years of the 1840s and tells...
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  23. The Assassin
    I sneaked towards the enemy tent, careful not to make a sound. My life and honour depended on the success of this mission. If I fail, I will die along with hundreds of thousands innocent civilians, and I will be forever remembered as the idiot of an...
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