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katieroberts

United States

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katieroberts (United States) published:

180 Degrees

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When I started of High School, I had the widest group of friends. I hung out with everybody and seemed to talk to everybody throughout the day. As the years past, and I grew up, I realized that most of these people didn't care about me in a way that others did. This is how I found my true friends. I didn't necessarily stop talking to everybody, but I quit investing strenuous amounts of time in them and started putting...

over 2 years ago

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katieroberts (United States) published:

17

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Memories that last a lifetime, friends that last forever. 17 has blessed me with the best and the worst of times. Sure, nothing big happens when you turn 17 but it still has been one of the greatest. Over the course of this year I have learned a lot of new things. I have applied for colleges, decided what I want to do with my life, and even set all of my lifelong future plans in place. On top of that, I have...

over 2 years ago

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katieroberts (United States) reviewed:

fourteen years

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this was neato, hope you make it to 15!!!!!!

over 2 years ago

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katieroberts (United States) reviewed:

18 for dayzz (365 of them)

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best reflection on the years I have ever read. A++

over 2 years ago

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katieroberts (United States) reviewed:

16

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This was well written and the ending was golden, good job!

over 2 years ago

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katieroberts (United States) reviewed:

Off-tempo

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Very nice use of punctuation. It stopped me at all the right spots and added depth to the story.

over 2 years ago

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katieroberts (United States) published:

Desk Trapped

PROMPT: Quartet

She doodled stars on the back of her notebook, made worthless paper airplanes from smudgy paper, and dreamed of the day she would leave this town. Looking back, freedom was all she ever wanted. 

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over 2 years ago

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katieroberts (United States) published:

Desk Trapped

PROMPT: Quartet

She doodled stars on the back of her notebook, made worthless paper airplanes from smudgy paper, and dreamed of the day she would leave this town. Looking back, freedom was all she ever wanted. 

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over 2 years ago

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katieroberts (United States) published:

Are Children of Illegal Immigrants Entitled to a Public Education?

PROMPT: Op-ed Competition 2016

    America; the land of the free and the home of the brave, the place to go for new opportunities, to escape your past and create a new present for you and your children. Historically, the United States of America has been known as the country to come to in order to start over and better your life. Now, with suddenly new and disturbing laws being put into action, many of our countries people are losing rights and freedoms...

over 2 years ago