Reflective Essay: Team Analysis

This semester I have ridden both Bacardi and Coovers. For the purpose of this paper I will assess my team work with Coovers since I have not had the opportunity to jump Bacardi, due to weather and health factors. Even though I have worked with Coovers in past semesters, we still have issues that need … Read more

Clean Break Speeches

Mitch, I hope you are doing well, that you are finding joy daily and having a blast with the boys. I know breakups are never simple and that writing to you goes against everything society try’s to indoctrinate saying that a clean break is best, to not analyze or speak with the other party. Well … Read more

Jackie Robinson Essay Writing

I remember when me and a friend went and broke our barriers to help the community. I think the closest trait I have to Jackie Robinson is teamwork because during the time me and my friend worked together to help the community and we both did a great job. I believe that we both did … Read more

Hacksaw Ridge Historical Analysis

For my report, I am reviewing the historic accuracy of Hacksaw Ridge and comparing it to the actual life of military solider Desmond Doss. The movie Hacksaw Ridge, directed by Mel Gibson, gives a very accurate representation of the life of Desmond Doss. This movie shows very true events that happened in Doss’s life that … Read more

Yokeman’s Home-Personal Narrative

church, but man oh man can he recite the verses, at least the scary vague Hail Mary ones. Just by the way he talks I could tell he’s seen some shit. At the same time, his eyes have dark rings around it, bloodshot. A chiseled perma-scowl that practically completes his entire face. His head lurched … Read more

Timezone Memo

IGN: BlameMorgan (past IGNs > MorganAG, MorganGallant, gallantmo) Age (Must be 14 or older): 16 Timezone: I live in Ontario, Canada, so my time zone is EST. How active can you be: I am a very active player on HCF, and thoroughly enjoy being on these types of servers. That being said, I can be … Read more

Descriptive Essay-Personal Narrative

I casually walked down the stairs, and I saw something on the table. Confused at what it was, I walked closer. It was a shiny, small, white slip of paper. When I got closer, I realized it was a ticket to the Bulls game. My head exploded like a balloon. My face lit up like … Read more

Keltie: A Narrative Fiction

Keltie leaned in. Her soulmate’s hands were on her shoulders, caressing gently. It was too dark for her to make out a face, all she could see was a shadowy figure and a bright smile. After looking for years, she had finally found someone who was hers, and only hers. A kiss would make it … Read more

I Know Me Narrative

10. When did you know you were destined for something? When you were in grade school, high school or college? It’s possible, you have not found it yet, or maybe you are like me and it was immediate. Something so built into your body, your DNA, your life that it is like the color of … Read more

My Hero’s Day: A Narrative Fiction

Sometimes I love my sibling. Other times, I want to shave all his precious hair off in his sleep. Depends on the day, depends on how much he decides to make my job actual hell. I really wish he would stop giving mortals goddamned visions to help them avoid death. I am Death, and if … Read more

My Daddy Research Paper

My daddy passed away in May 2008. However, there was much leading up to when he passed away. It was a difficult time for many years as in the summer of 2002, his left leg was amputated below the knee due to an infection that somehow got into his leg from complications from Charcot’s foot. … Read more

Refugee: A Narrative Fiction

“I love you! ” But by the time I looked back my mother was gone. I knew she was just trying to get me away from her when she said “go hide, let’s play hide and seek. ” A few minutes later I realized why she had me hide, there was a group of mean … Read more

My Accomplishment

My first accomplishment is my reading. I self trained myself through out my early childhood by reading a lot of things like books or websites but the games are were they are at, I have a lot of games were I have to read a lot and also loading screens is how I got to … Read more

Lath A Narrative Fiction

Lathan looked to Allison and then back to Constantine, “You’ve thought of everything — like normal. There’s really no other choice. ” Allison’s body tensed. If David, or Lathan — whoever he was — was going to do something she knew it had to be soon. She was going to run all right. But she … Read more

Personal Narrative: Fragile Windows

Sideways and hanging in the air with only my seat belt holding me tight, blood was dripping from my nose and I had no idea what was going on around me. All I knew was that this Christmas, stuck in the middle of Utah, was going to change all those in the future for myself … Read more

Rebecca Yoder Narrative Essay

Rebecca Yoder Was 12 Years Old When She Disappeared. I look closely at the wrinkly newspaper and see a grainy black-andwhite photo of myself, a photo I never even knew was taken. You can’t tell that I have mousy brown hair or mossy eyes like my mother’s. This is wrong, this all wrong, I think … Read more

Randy Jackson Monologue Essay

“Yo, Yo, Yo! Check it out dawgs. I’m just keeping it real up here in the front of the plane. Get ready for the flight of yo life. I am your pilot, Randy Jackson, ready to fly you to absolutely nowhere! ” declared Randy as he shoved the microphone back into the wall. My heart … Read more

Personal Narrative: My New Mexico Family Essay

The tapping on the wood door was enormous in the silence. Shocked out of my solitude, I pushed myself up from the couch and heaved open the door. Silhouetted against the light was a dark-haired woman with a girl clinging to her skirt. I knew who she was. My landlady had told me about the … Read more

Twenty One Pilots-Personal Narrative Essay

“Sometimes quiet is violent,” those words ring into the teeming stadium as thousands of zealous fans sing along. One of those fans happen to be myself, standing in the middle of the pit of people. Two shadowy silhouettes exist on stage; one on the piano and the other on the drums. Then suddenly the lights … Read more

Personal Narrative: My Trip To Ontario Essay

5:45 a. m. , Wednesday, Boxing Day, 2013. I was sleeping soundly in my bed when the phone rang. I could hear the sound of someone getting up to pick up the phone. Shortly afterwards, I could hear the sound of weeping. I heard my Mom tell my Dad that Oma had passed away. Two … Read more

Creative Writing: The Immigrant In Iraq Essay

“Okay, everything looks good,” they nod and hand me a small plastic receipt, “Go ’round the corner and one of our technicians will be with you shortly. ” I’d been donating blood to ZLB plasma for the past few months, ever since I’d left Lana and the luxury of Kenwood for this small one bedroom … Read more

Essay on Personal Narrative: My Life In Miami

My dad was the person that named me Brian. Knowing him, I was pretty lucky to get a normal name. I’m surprised that it wasn’t something strange or funny-sounding. My siblings have pretty normal names too. My brother is William and my sister is Jennifer. My middle name is Robert. It was given to me … Read more

Brother Goff-Personal Narrative Essay

Music has always been a very important part of my life. As a child, I was mesmerized by Disney’s Fantasia 2000 and watched the Disney sing-a-longs over and over. I began playing piano at a young age, and in middle school added more instruments to my list, such as flute, saxophone, and ukulele. I have … Read more

Personal Narrative: The Fort Worth Zoo Essay

What does our future hold for us? Will it fulfill our wishes and dreams? Will we have a happy family? Well in order to worry about our future, we have to learn from our past and how we have changed. About 65 million years ago, a meteor hit Earth and primates started to show up … Read more

Personal Narrative: The 12-Inning Game Essay

THUMP! The ball was hit into deep left, and it had some distance to it. The infield stared as the ball made contact with the bat and rocketed over their heads. They probably should have covered their base or gone out and get the ball from the outfield but they knew that it was all … Read more

Essay on East Harlem Narrative

7. El Barrio and the Upper East Side: It had been a crazy morning as I ran all over my house trying to find my jacket and boots. My mom had been admitted into the hospital that morning for a massive headache and all I could think about was whether or not she would be … Read more

Essay on Personal Narrative: Moving To Ecuador

Intro Alex, and that tree. I’ve lived in two completely different places. For the greater part of my life, in Ecuador, and for the last 4 years, in California. Moving away from the place that I spent my entire life at, has really changed me. I had to leave all of the people I love … Read more

Personal Narrative Essay: Marching Band

It wasn’t a typical Friday until I got my morning headache courtesy of the freshman drumline banging out a rough cadence three months and counting after marching season and I stepped in a puddle of spit. And my new black converses just made contact with the remnants of the trombones’ spit valves. The brown tiled … Read more

Joan Didions Play It As It Lays Essay

Play It As It Lays: Life Unscripted (DRAFT) Maria Wyeth is an actress, a beaut, a dimming star, a schizophrenic, and beyond that a untraditional loving mother to Kate, her daughter. The way Joan Didion writes “Play It As It Lays” in satirical way upon Hollywood lifestyle is tantalizing the mind to think that Hollywood … Read more

Personal Narrative Essay: The Trench Of Death

“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions. ” -Oliver Wendell Holmes. One day, I was walking around campus with my friend Faith when both of us stumbled upon a sign in the elevator that mentioned a trip to Europe to study our favorite parts of … Read more

Vasquez Landholdings: A Short Story Essay

34 years post-plague, Vasquez Landholdings, Southern Texas, fall of 2073 “Hey Giana, guess what? I’m going to give you a spanking! ” “What for? I’ll tell on you! ” “No one likes a tattletale and everyone knows that the birthday girl gets spankings on her birthday. ” Crossing her arms and shaking her head, looking … Read more

Personal Narrative: My Aunt Dori Essay

My Aunt Dori has always been different; however, I never truly realized how different until a few years ago. She has severe cerebral palsy. I have always known, nonetheless it did not fully sink-in until August 3, 2003. This particular day I had witnessed her having a grand-mal seizure. I remember being terribly afraid and … Read more

Geek Girl-Personal Narrative Essay

Itake a deep breath and shoulder my backpack. My ears perk up and listen for the familiar clink of the metal pins attached to my bag, but I don’t hear anything besides the sound of feet shuffling in the hallways and friends greeting each other. The pins aren’t there anymore, not after I took them … Read more