Public Education. Need I say more? -Charlotte Emelia



Each day I stepped closer and closer to the edge of the water. Each new burden- each new responsibility- took me a step further, but I didn't think I would ever go too far. I didn't think I could. Soon I stood so close to the water that I could see my reflection. I could... Continue Reading →


Strings of letters Cunningly formed Are the destruction of all men.   Hold back your harsh words For each hurtful phrase Marks the red on your lips.   These words are poison Created for your enemies But in the end, you consume every. last. drop.  


It was a silent war. A deadly war. Words unspoken formed the front lines, and each new day destructive thoughts would fire, creating new wounds and permanent scars.   They never did say what ran through their heads, but somehow they knew that their love for each other was almost gone.     -Charlotte Emelia

A Word From Charlotte Emelia

Hi. It's been a while and I was just checking in to tell you that I'm still here. *waves* How have the past few months been? Summer was a blast for me, and I've only got a few weeks left before I start my final year in high school. Er... I've ignored this part of... Continue Reading →

Be Bold

Have a dream? Pursue it. Have a goal? Go get it. Nothing will ever happen unless you act. There are so many fears... so many unknowns... but if you have faith in yourself, don't be afraid to put your foot out there. And if you fail? Find a way to get back up. With the... Continue Reading →


My fellow colleagues and friends, Along with this letter, I have enclosed an artifact that may very well be the pinnacle¬†of my findings: a pocket watch, hidden beneath the floorboards of an early twentieth-century cottage in Liege, Belgium. The watch, though rusted and covered in dust, is in near perfect condition and a wonderful addition... Continue Reading →


"Show some backbone, Tori." Tori shuddered as her knees hit the tough, dry dirt. "I'll try, Brad." She slowly lowered her torso all the way to the ground and tried to ignore the ants that meandered around her. Despite having to deal with an older brother that loved the outdoors, Tori had never liked the... Continue Reading →

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