It began to scream, an awful, hellish sound, not shrill or loud but the opposite—a scream with no voice.
– Fiction, Wings by Kayla Cardeiro
Perhaps she thought the sight of the sweet peas would soothe her and help her find a moment or two of peace.
– Nonfiction, What Becomes of the Brokenhearted by Sally Wies
alone except on nights
I don’t want to sleep alone—I take Xanax
to stop the dreams.
– Poetry, sixteen ways by Gracie Kenny
Jane desires a home or sanctuary, but this is continually denied her until she herself has achieved a place where she feels complete.
– Literary Analysis, Passionate Resistance: The Domestic Space Bildungsroman of Jane Eyre by Sally Wies
As soon as those words left my mouth, I could feel my mistake almost as if I was getting punched in the face — and then I got punched in the face.
– College Writing, Self-Made Man in a Man-Made System by Benjamin Becerra