The Burger Gazette

Him

Him

Elouise Angel, Guest Writer

October 1, 2019

I get this warm and fuzzy feeling when he looks at me. It's almost like he can read my mind and his eyes are responding to that constant question in the back of my head. Anytime he says my name my stomach seems to disappear, overcome by my heart taking up every inch inside of me. I love shadows aro...

Alone

Alone

Liliana Owen, Journalist

September 23, 2019

alone buried underneath a wave of depression I take what may be my last breath: I try not to fear my only transgression is not having asked for help when I was here. trust me do not walk the path alone battling the disorientation of the wave of depression don’t think you’re on your...

Fake Friends

Fake Friends

Alexa George, Guest Writer

September 9, 2019

I’m tired of all these fake friends, Lying behind my back will it ever end, Seems like this world is always at contend, Wandering through actions in a pretend.

Yenkei

Aidan Ventimiglia, Journalist

March 25, 2019

Semni fled, the smoke and screams to her back. Then, she heard a yell in Geothoi, from one plunderer to another. The two words spoken that she understood meant girl and away. She broke into a sprint. The two men, on horseback, moved swiftly in her pursuit. She was soon to be overtaken. Through gasping b...

100 Word Challenge

100 Word Challenge

TBG Staff, Journalist

February 13, 2019

Hello, Burgers! The staff at The Burger Gazette would like to invite you to participate in our first ever 100 Word Challenge! What's a 100 Word Challenge you ask? It's a fun, creative,  flash fiction contest. The Rules are Loose. Based on this photo you take up the challenge to write exactl...

A Light in the Dark

Jayden Longhurst, Journalist

January 14, 2019

John arrived home late one night and it was dark: not the normal dark of day, but the pitch blackness of night that only bright lights disperse. Upon opening the front door, he was surprised to see a person standing just inside. “Well hello John”, the man said. “Fini...

The End of the Road

The End of the Road

Victoria Gruen, Journalist

January 14, 2019

The frigid November air dissipated as I stepped into my makeshift cottage. I took off my cloak. It was the only spot of color in the bare, bleak room. Looking around, I sighed. Everything that had happened in the past few years had finally caught up with me. Throughout history, it has always been the same....

Prologue of a Celebration

Prologue of a Celebration

Aidan Barager, Journalist

November 5, 2018

The boy sat cross-legged on an ornate pillow, surrounded in glass ornaments. To his left was an empty pillow. His mother was not able to attend. She was absent on illness, as she always was. The second pillow over sat the boy's eyeless father, Keiphi, a king. He was silent, listening with his most perfect...

Warmth of a Fire

Warmth of a Fire

Christian Wilken, Journalist

April 19, 2018

She stumbled to one knee as the latest howling gale of wind buffeted her shivering and fur wrapped form. She anxiously looked at the small pouch she was carrying which was full of the reason she escaped into the cold. She then looked up to see a faint light in the dense blizzard and vast forest around...

Words

Words

Alexa Montes, Guest Writer

April 19, 2018

Someone says something This “something” changes you You are changed forever Never to be the same It can be one word It can be a thousand words It may be whispered It may be shouted This word can be yes This word can be no It can be I love you It can be we are through Even one word can change ...

Pipper

Pipper

S.E. Davis, Guest Writer

April 10, 2018

Together forever? No, only a week. So whenever you think of our time together Remember that with Chaperon you are never alone. It doesn’t take much to do the math Being together brought a lot of laughs. Swollen fingers, sprained ankles, sun burns, sore shoulders, Gluten free Canadian candy, Greek...

Moonlight

Moonlight
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Ellie P, Guest Writer

March 3, 2018

In the darkness I am moonlight, silver and curious, crawling in the night. I wander in dreams when the stars watch the cities. I find every corner and creep through the journey. The hopes and the fears of the mind I explore. I see love, it is treasure and the longing of youth. I see rage,...

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