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Opulence This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I’ve been watching him for days now. When he leaves his house to go to school, I’m the one carefully tailing him, switching cars every day to make myself look less suspicious. If he ever sneaks out of his second-story room, I’ll be the one... (more »)
Crime Story
Chapter Two Brenton raced through the gateway of the docks and he looked back in the rearview mirror and he saw the other two cars that were parked at the docks race through the gate way. Brenton sped up to try and lose the two cars... (more »)
My Imaginary Vacation
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I got off of the plane in Hawaii, and the week of a lifetime began. The first thing we did was got all of our luggage and took it to the beach to load onto a big boat we would be renting for the week. It was a long, blue fishing boat that... (more »)
Death of a Weiner Eater
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Bo’s entire life had been leading up to this one day. He had given up everything for it: a strong social life, possible girlfriends, any hope of ever living past 30 years of age, but he had pulled through. Bo was about to enter a hot dog... (more »)
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Ugh, why can’t I be normal…every thing I do somehow is wrong! Zoe thought. Zoe, blonde hair and gray eyes, was 11 years old.  She was in her secret hideout in the blue doghouse.  She was kicked out of every school she had been to. Zoe had... (more »)
My New Life in the Ice
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Today was finally the day I was moving into my house!! My family and I have lived in so many apartments, but we never ever bought a house. That morning I had rushed to the car and spent three hours in a car packed to the brim with junk. After we... (more »)
Ho Ho to the Santa Clause
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Santa woke up on Christmas Eve.  Today was different.  He felt different.  He looked outside to see the white snow and elves playing outside.  But it wasn't quite like that.  Santa looked outside only to see flowers.  He had seen Flowers,... (more »)
The Sheriff
“I guess it’s Nymtiw, again. See the test result. There are no footprints and fingerprints,” said Evan, quite seriously. “Ha! Then, do you mean that it’s ghost or something? Oh my god, it scares me to death!” said Jack in a... (more »)
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A top hat, they say he wears, and a black opera cape, and at his side he bears a cane, which clunk, clunks as it hits the pavement. But his footsteps, they are silent, for evil travels not by ground, but floats as a fog, carrying the stench of... (more »)
Pocket Watch
I remember when I left. When I escaped. Just me, without anyone. My parents persuaded me to go, they would join later. I wanted them to come with me now, but they just said no. ?No, Samantha, you are going on your own. We wish we could go with... (more »)
Don't Ask me to Feel
By , seabrook, TX
Love is like a poison, stopping my heart. Like morphine it drips through my veins, and slows my hurt. Memories like raindrops ripple through my head. At once, they are both beautiful and bitter. They fill my soul with color and yet, tear my heart... (more »)
My Last Memory
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It was Friday the 17th. I was home alone; my mom, brother, and sister were gone. I wasn't sure where, but I know sometimes they leave without me when they can't find me. I was in my living room watching a horror movie. It was getting dark and it... (more »)
Terror at 10,000 feet
“I do,” that’s what she said after the priest asked her that important and breathless question “Do you Christina take Robert has your beloved husband,” that’s when the congratulations and pictures started, and also the party.... (more »)
By , eloy, AZ
One stormy night i was walking home from the movies.My friends and i had decided to watch a scary movie.So i was kind of scared.While i was walking i decided to take a shortcut through the cemetery.While i was walking through the cemetery... (more »)
The adventure of a lifetime
“TEDDY!” Screamed Paige at the top of her lungs. Teddy was Paige’s beloved dog. “That dumb dog, if he keeps running out the door like that, He’s gonna get himself run over,” said Nanna shaking her head sadly. Every time the door opened... (more »)
By , Longmont, CO
The streetlights have grown dim, to welcome the darkness of night once again, like any other repetitive cycle of the days. I sit and wait by the house I consider my property, though I live under the hospitality of Sir. Richard, whom, ever since I... (more »)
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