If I Had A Magic Pen Essays and Term Papers

  • I Wish I Had a Magic Pen

    I wish I had a magic pen A wish is something which u really want. A thing which u really needs to possess. A wish can be anything; it can be a thing, any eatable, a new person or anything. All most all da people in the world have their own wishes. And almost all of them want their wishes...

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    getting dark. I was cold, scared, and hungry. I couldn’t believe that I did this. How could I be so stupid and get lost in the woods? I’ve always went hiking and this is the first time I have ever got completely lost. I mean sure, once in a while I’ll get lost but I would always find my way back. I started...

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  • Is Witchcraft Rational?

    today to investigate cause and effect are different from how they were even a decade ago let alone in the ancient civilizations when witchcraft and magic supposedly originated, not to mention that there are still tribes and peoples who live by the old traditions. People who strongly believe in witchcraft...

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  • The Tempest: Raging Waters

    Brad Fletcher The magic in The Tempest was able to create many abnormal happenings as well as different feelings that are shown through the characters of Milan. There were two different types of magic that were shown one was represented by witches and wizards, this type of magic was not the beneficial...

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  • I believe in Sunshine

    I Believe in Sunshine Vanko SiTu I believe in sunshine. Sunshine as magic, sunshine as a headband and sunshine as water for life. Sunshine is magic. One time a girl came to me suddenly and said that I had showed up in her dream last night. At that time, I had just entered primary school for...

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  • The Importance of Magic in a Midsummer Night

    The importance of magic in A Midsummer Night’s Dream Magic was one of the most important elements in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the play, the use and misuse of magic brought about the most unusual and comical situations. Despite that the supernatural force of magic was not seen by...

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  • Magic

    anything extraordinary about the word magic. I pretty much knew what the word magic meant, from the comic books I read and the television I watch. It did however, make me view the word in more depth. Don't get me wrong, I'm not implying in any way that the word magic, is dull, because it is just the opposite...

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  • The Book of Power

    numerological systems, probably in this case the Arabic ABJD system. I have placed all of the footnotes at the end of the document, those by Shah I formatted in italics. I cannot vouch for the accuracy of my Arabic renderings, but I have included them nonetheless. Cabbalistic Secrets of the Master...

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  • My Family Vacation

    On September 18th, 2009 I took my kids on a family vacation to Cherokee, North Carolina to visit Santaland. My mom Reva, who was already in North Carolina met us at the theme park. Would I take the kids on vacation again? We had a terrific family vacation...

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  • being a superhero

    of tune" I can be at times. I had no idea who Carly Rae Jepsen was until a few months ago and even now I do not get the appeal of a certain popular pop star. I think it's safe to say that I have a few more years left before I become completely clueless. Though I am a bit nervous. How can I possibly write...

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  • A Little Magic Word Goes a Long Way-Appreciation

    AN ARTICLE A Little Magic word goes a Long Way-Appreciation Ms.Richa Arora Appreciation, appreciation,appreciation…….who doesn”t look forward for these magical words..Our human body is made up of lot fluctuating hormones which react in our daily life. Kids...

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  • Ink and Paper Communication

    thankyou ” for the dinner we had this weekend, a fan letter to the writer whose story I read and admired. I love to write something, be it a short story, a poem, a serious article or just letters. It is so magical to gather the right words and put them together on the paper… I write a couple of letters...

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  • Creative Writing

    or taught, but it is certain that the written words are one of the fundamental pieces of our humanity. I remember the first time I read a true book. A famous little novel that I found when I was twelve years old, yellowed from age and stowed away and my grandmother’s house in the midst of my mother’s...

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  • Ona1984

    [pic] UNIVERSITETI I SHKODRES “Luigj Gurakuqi” FAKULTETI I GJUHEVE TE HUAJA Departamenti i Studimeve Angleze dhe Amerikane Subject: Stylistics Academic Year 2010 – 2011 June 3d, 2011 Pedagogu i Lëndës Nivis Deda ...

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  • Wheel of Time

    I’ve read eight books from the wheel of time series which is written by Robert Jordan. I began reading the first book three years ago and today am I reading the eighth book. Robert Jordan is actually only his pen name and was born in Charleston, South Carolina 1948 as James Oliver Rigney, Jr. Jordan...

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  • Harry Houdini

    to magic by the traveling circuses that passed through New York City. He became obsessed with how illusions were performed. In his spare time he lifted weights to build his physique. He also practiced acrobatic skills. In 1891, Erich officially began his magic career. In the early years he had little...

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  • A Simple Assassin

    the smell that greeted him. Azoth almost fainted from the scent, but quickly regained his composure. It had been a while since he had to take a job in the low rent district of the city, and he had almost forgotten the stench that came with a job in this location. He swung himself up onto a window sill...

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  • Charles Lutwidge Dodgson

    Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, known by his pen name, Lewis Carroll, was a man of diverse interests — in mathematics, logic, photography, art, theater, religion, science, and of course literature. Carroll’s works could be considered both gifted, and insane, by todays standards. His genius mind and twisted...

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  • Cyber Crime

    -1- Street Magic Manual The Ultimate Guide To Becoming A Street Magic Master Jay Jay & Magical G -2- What You'll Discover Inside This Powerful Report... The street magician’s secret pyramid of success. Once you understand the pyramid, you’ll know why most street magicians fail… The 5...

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  • An Essay by Keats

    JOHN KEATS'S SENSUOUS IMAGERY IN"WHEN I HAVE FEARS THAT I MAY CEASE TO BE" Suryo Tri Saksono (suryo_tri@yahoo. com ) Universitas Trunojoyo, Indonesia Abstract: When I have fears that I may cease to be, by John Keats, portrays the poet's fear of dying young and being unable to fulfill his ideal...

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