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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 »)
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The Merchant’s Girl: A Lament This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     Now ye beholdThe tale of oldThat made our elders cry.The story ofTwo faithful lovesThat made two heroes die.The merchant’s girlHad skin of pearlsAnd glowing sapphire eyes.She walked with grace;Unto her faceThe... (more »)
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The Stepdaughter This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
   It was a working woman's dinner: spaghetti from a blue boxand vegetables from a plastic baggie in the freezer. But I couldn't blame her,the way we showed up, Annie with her, "Surprise!" and Travis with his,"Patty,... (more »)
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Silencing the Ivories This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
   As her aged hands masterfully performed myfavorite Chopin piece, I was in my prime. Hammers massaged my well-kept stringsand the sound was magical. Though it was hard to keep up with her nimble skill,none of the beauty was lost.... (more »)
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Light-Skinned Luck: How One Girl Escaped This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Dami had the lightest skin in the whole boarding school. She was so fair that the older students liked to bring her around with them and pinch her light cheeks, calling her Light Skinned and clutching her close to them, as if fairness was... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
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Sleeping Beauty?
To the people of the village, You think you know Princess Aurora, don't you? Well not like I, Prince John. I don't know what has caused her to change into a cold-hearted cereal killer, but my guess would be Prince Phillip. Aurora had... (more »)
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The Museum
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The Museum Dee held tightly to the rope. In the darkness above her hovered a small dot, the entrance of the shaft—or was it the exit? A few minutes had passed since she started her descent. She peered keenly below her, hoping to see the... (more »)
Subsection: Sci-fi/Fantasy Articles  
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The Girl with the Red Umbrella
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It was one of those days where the sky stays dusk-dark all day and the rain drizzles down like water wrung out of a rag, dirty and somehow staining the very air. It was April, and spring was close, but still it felt like the world was trapped... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
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All Aboard the Dolphin Express
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“Did you know that the longest train station in England is over 600 meters long? That’s as large as six football fields.” “Please Luka, Mommy’s busy right now.” “Speaking of dolphins, did you know that in ancient Greece,... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
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Janet
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*BEEP*, *BEEP*, *BEE*- The alarm clock was cut off in it’s assault to the ears by Janet’s weathered hand. Janet dragged herself out of her cozy bed. She had been much too exhausted from the lambing the night before to bother changing out of... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
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A Bleak One
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This existence is a bleak one. I know it as surely as I’ve known anything else before. I know it as surely as I know that the sun will come up tomorrow, soft and immersing and yellow, and I know it as surely as I know that I will stir... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
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The Lost Watch
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Piyali sat on the platform bench and waited for the third train to Barrackpore. There was a railway strike that day. The platform was overcrowded and she was late. She had already let two trains pass since she could not get on them because of... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
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The Diary of a True Soldier
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What had the world come to? Wars were being fought from opposite sides of the sea. Soldiers were invading our homes and taking what was ours. What gave them the idea that they were superior to us? Was it the pride of being a “Royal... (more »)
Subsection: Historical Fiction  
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That One Time
The wind howled and cast a freezing paralysis throughout Mason's body. It was a lot colder up here than he thought, but it really didn't matter did it. He was already dead. For months now he had been in pain. Its such a sad thing when... (more »)
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This Can't Be Happening Part Two
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I have been with my foster parents for three weeks now, they adopted my two days after me being at their house because of how well I was doing. The admitted me into therapy to help me get over my brother and parents. My parents that I have now... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
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This Can't Be Happening Part One
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I could feel the car doing 360’s on the road, the tires screeching in protest. Our silver Volvo is covered in dents, my mom and dad passed out in the front seat, my brother passed out in the seat beside me. I hear police sirens in the... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
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