I step outside The air, crisp as a cortland apple It takes over my lungs like the gas chambers in Germany The cold comes over me like a wave The smells of last nights fire still hangs in the air The sounds of birds screeching as there young plummet to their death I still feel the cold touch of my uncle’s hand as he slips into darkness I still hear the last words that he spoke, ringing in my ears The words, I love you, I love you, I love you I still see the grim dew on the old worn down window pain I step back inside and let the warmth overtakes me.
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Dune is a science fiction book written by Frank Herbert, first copyrighted in 1965. Dune takes place on the harsh desert planet of Arrakis, where there are giant sand worms, which grow to be over 400 meters long, and the planet is so dry, that people must wear water recycling suits to keep moisture. The planet is also filled with valuable spice worth a fortune to those who mine it. Competing for the planet's resources, are the evil Harkonnens and the noble Atreides, great houses in the imperium. The main themes of the book are religion, power, and nature. In Dune, religion and power are closely related, and whoever can exploit or control religion, will have power. Also, all men are at the will of the elements of Arrakis, whether it be the brutal sand storms that can tear flesh from bone and pound bone to dust, or the absolute dryness that requires people to wear water recycling Still suits. The story is told in the third person by an omniscient narrator. The focus of the story is the main character, Paul Atreides, and his struggle to gain back the planet Arrakis, and to stop the looming jihad. This book is a science fiction space opera, as well as a story of power and struggle. It is not just a book about struggle between people, but also against the planet Arrakis. The author keeps you interested with the vastness of his science fiction universe, the political intrigue, and the perils...
Welcome to the Fenn Voice! Because the ninth grade is such small portion of the student body, anybody who would like to submit a piece to be posted can email Fitz. We have no requirements, so please share your writing with us. ~Isaac
An Exploration into The Call of The Wild Those days which are the hardest are the most impactful Life is ride of ups and downs on the biggest rollercoaster, happiness, then sadness, luck, then misfortune everyone will experience this ride, and so did I. While reading The Call of the Wild, my emotions were up and down as dogs died and people stole. And all the while Buck’s ride was wild too. As I read this book Jack London painted a perfect adventure fiction book that really made me invested into this book. In this story Jack London is try to explain how life can lead you into unexpected places, and sometimes if you embrace them you will be in a better place. London wielded Buck as a swordsman uses a sword, or a blacksmith his hammer. He used Buck to give parallel to the human world from the dog world, because of their natural instinct. London wrote this because he wanted someone like me to be moved to embrace the future rather than resist and regret the past. Buck was horrified when he was taken away from his home and was so depressed and deprived. His pride and body were dragged through the mud and spit out in Alaska, in the cold north. As mankind went feverishly mad over the yellow rocks that could be found there and would bring fortune, dogs where needed to pull sleds to facilitate them. Mans greed made so many dogs be stolen or...
Welcome to The Fenn Voice Since 2013 the Fenn voice has been dormant for 5 years. This 9th grade class decided to bring it back from its long sleep. We want to create a place to share our love of writing. A place where teenagers can express their lives through their writing, in poems, essays, podcasts, and videos. However, this is not all about teenagers lives. We want to include stories about school life, interviews with teachers, and give the student body a voice. If you would like to join us, all you have to do is show up to a meeting during upper school lunch on Fridays.