Salem / Yin Yu Tang House by Ashley

The hat in the middle of the room was both ornate and exotic. It screamed foreign beauty, radiated grace and delicacy, demanded attention. The more I looked at it, the more fascinated I became. According to the tour guide, it was a worn by women of high status in ancient China. That was obvious by the looks of it. The hat was a royal blue, with swans (or cranes) poking their heads out all over....

Forest Hills Cemetery by Laura

The bugs swarmed us, prickling and itching at the surface of my skin. The sun, coming down stronger every minute, was threatening to give us all sunburns. The tombs, some standing tall, others hidden down low, were neatly organized in rows of uneven grass. A light breeze passed every few seconds, playing with the leaves and cooling off the fire on our skin. “That’s so sad,” someone gasped beside me. I looked forward, looking for...
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