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by knockoffmysocks
Mar 07, 2013

I grew up in a religous household and often my days were peppered with my mother or grandmother humming hymns while doing housework.  On Sundays, more often than not, my mother would sing in the choir.  I remember thinking it is the...


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by kgarnier
Mar 06, 2013

I have shared the story as a recording uploaded below...

Let me know if you need it in another format thanks KG


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by Railraen
Mar 06, 2013



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by miahconnell
Mar 05, 2013

The little kid, not one of my students, tries to corroborate the bullies’ story, but he is too shaken up to effectively nod.  He does the body language equivalent of stammering for part of a second, and quietly tears well up in his...


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by elizariley
Mar 05, 2013

One afternoon a tall handsome stranger came up to me and gave me an awkward hug. We talked about family, friends, work and hobbies. I sat there smiling at laughing at all of his jokes and he did the same. Wow! Here was my bad boy, the one I...


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by wisnies5
Feb 28, 2013

I knew Nick since I was in seventh grade. He was in my sister’s grade, 4 years older. I always had a crush on him. I thought he was so funny and he seemed like a genuinely nice person. Of course I was much too young, so I kept these...


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by steffirice07
Feb 28, 2013

My grandfather was shot by an American.

My German grandfather was shot in the stomach by an American soldier during World War II.


Everyone hates World War II Germany. I did. When I think of my family heritage I always...


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by alaskafilmmaker
Feb 27, 2013

What happens when a claustraphobic college student and his friend decide to explore a mysterious underground tunnel in the middle of winter in Fairbanks, Alaska?  Short answer: lots of screaming and a visit from the police.  This short...


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by romanianpoet
Feb 23, 2013

Am audio story about my great-grandmother Sofia who passed away at 105 y.o. and about myself; a story about living between two worlds.

I wrote this poem as a new immigrant in the U.S. At the time I was working 80-100 hrs/week in...


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by Whiggy
Feb 23, 2013


That's that thing at the top of your résumé -

Before your Experience,

After your name.


It's what defines what we want to Do,

Who we want to Be –



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by alfie
Feb 17, 2013

The pain was not intense. Intense pain is kinder, in that it is usually brief. In addition, intense pain has the blessing of being accompanied by the body’s shock response which disengages you from the trauma. The intense pain for me had...


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by ruthhalpern
Feb 14, 2013

I never knew I was a car slut until I saw the Porsche Boxster waiting for carpool passengers at the North Berkeley BART station.


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by zachisnotme
Feb 14, 2013

Sarah rushed into the house, pushing past the dog gate that never turned the right way. She yelled a quick “Hello!’ to her mother, like she used to do when she come home from High School.
Sue walked in from the kitchen, but...


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by grmarshall
Feb 13, 2013

I was a happy, normal five year old girl. I loved to run, laugh, fight with my sister, and play with my friends. I could do everything other five year olds could do, but I was different.