Most Recent Realistic Fiction

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Which Wolf Will Win?
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They have lived on the Acoma Indian Reservation their entire lives. Everything is provided on the reservation and Diya and Rohan Bedi will never move. They tell their son, Songaa, to embrace his life and to appreciate the value their culture... (more »)
The Ocean Who Swallowed the Sun
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Mark’s loud stomps were heard as he ran down the stairs, the smell of freshly made waffles inviting him to the kitchen. With a watering mouth and a tapping foot, Mark sat in his seat at the table, practically shaking in excitement for... (more »)
While the Night Passes
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Sitting together for dinner is not something the Smiths do often. Most nights, Kate has to work late shifts at the hospital, and Tom is left eating bland Chinese food all alone. This isn’t how it used to be, though. When they first got... (more »)
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Past the green gate four people stand in an entryway. The doorbell rings, sound bellowing throughout the house. The small window on the door opens and an eye peers out. “Ah, you’re here.” says a voice from inside.... (more »)
At the Edge of the Crowd
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Harry stood at the edge of the crowd, staring up at the dinosaur skeleton with fascination.  He didn’t know where his parents were.  It should have worried him, but he was too enthralled by the T-Rex.  He imagined the dinosaur as it had... (more »)
philophobia This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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It was difficult, trying to find a way to describe his dilemma for outside ears. Because it was juvenile, sure, too juvenile to comfortably say the words that were rattling around in his mouth, scraping against his teeth and taste buds. But it... (more »)
Lost Hope and Shattered Glass
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Two weeks ago hope vibrated through her body as she sat quietly in the back of the taxi avoiding all the driver’s attempts at creating small talk. Her fingers tapped rapidly on the seat as she stared out the window. A small smile grew on... (more »)
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     (Ordinary World) It was 8 o’clock on a cold summer’s night inside the Freedmen's house. Michael was tucked into bed tight with a night light, like every night. Mr. and Mrs. Freedmen had already looked... (more »)
Dear God
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November 20, 2015 Dear God, Pastor John said it was okay to have questions. Well I have lots of questions, so here they are. Pastor John also said God never gives us more than we can handle. So my question for you is, how much do... (more »)
Poisoned Dollar Bills
By , Franklin, WI
To Humanity, Ross handed out dollar bills to the people who walked by, trying to distribute as many as he could before anyone would grow suspicious.  Onlookers were hesitant at first, as the concept of free money was practically... (more »)
The Girls With Cherry Lipstick Smiles This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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They saunter by, the girls with soft, clear faces and cherry lipstick smiles. The sun tiptoed through the door. Perfect lighting for a picture. They capture selfies by the bright red lockers as if to pause their crazy life for a moment. The... (more »)
In Full Bloom This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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It’s 6:50 a.m. when Kasper, Himari, and I step off the plane into Kansai International Airport. My carry-on, a gray messenger bag, bounces against my hip as Himari leads us toward the baggage claim. A surge of adrenaline... (more »)
First Love This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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When he first saw her in the edge of his memories, she was wine-red. Her burgundy splatters captivated him, drew him in with a beckoning finger so he flocked to her like a fly to melting honey. “I love her,” he told... (more »)
Writing on You This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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When we laid together, you lightly pushed on my shoulder to tell me wordlessly ‘move over.’ The first time (and last time) you did this, was when the sunrise was the brightest, at least in my opinion, at 5:23 a.m. You began to drag... (more »)
Types of Love This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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He knew a lot about her, and most of the time it was truly a blessing. No man in the world understood her as well as he did, and he cherished every word she uttered about herself since everything she had was his. Her reason to laugh, her will to... (more »)
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Dance… Death… I look down at the shimmering silver blade and begin to turn it side to side.  My sheath glistens and it’s like it’s dancing in the moonlight. I run the smooth end across my wrist, sending a... (more »)
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