Young Writers Project

My Muddy Shirt

Zackery Aubin, Grade 6

I was so uncomfortable in language arts in muddy, wet, cold pants, and my shirt.

Young Writers Project

6 Word Stories

Brynn Hutchins

Only some can see what’s hidden.

Cold winter nights are the warmest.

The smallest gestures are the biggest.

Play. Family. Friends. Fun. Relax. Summer.

Read a book. Climb a mountain.

I choose happiness, no matter what.

Young Writers Project

Weekly Challenge: Eyes: “It was the eyes, chocolate brown and always searching, that warned me to …” Finish the scene. Alternates: Persist: Write about a character who persists—and succeeds—despite the doubts and jeers of others. (Think the Wright brothers.)

Young Writers Project Poems

“Planetarium” By Noa Urbaitel, CVU Graduate 2015 And I have a sick fascination with planets that spill from fingertips galaxies that collect near hairlines like dust And the men on the concrete corners act like aliens holding up technology boxes speaking to invisible people with perfect hair and loud problems And despite society’s ruination these…