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Top Voted Realistic Fiction

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#1
Losing Julietta
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I. Time. The ticking of the clock revertebrates throughout this entire dimension and the next. If you listen closely enough, you can hear it. Most people don’t though. Time. “Jeffreeyyyyyy hurry up!” She squeals in the bright midday... (more »)
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Sympathetic Vibrations This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I open the glass doors, striding directly toward the paintings by Blinn Jacobs and Will Lustenader. My eyes are riveted by those haphazard blocks of color; in one of Lustenader’s paintings, jaunty white lines seem to dance with a jagged black... (more »)
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House of Hunger This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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  Father left when I was eight. It was in the middle of the night, and I don’t think he knew that I was awake, because he left quietly, as if he didn’t want anyone to know he was gone. I think I blew his cover, though, because I started... (more »)
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Biography of a Criminal
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  Alex waited patiently outside the pre-school principal’s office. To pass the time, she played hopscotch with the squares on the patterned carpet at her feet. A cherry-flavored lollipop, given to her by the nice lady at the reception desk,... (more »)
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Closet
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They tell me that I am not good enough, that I am a waste of space. I try to ignore the knot that builds in my throat. I try to control the tears forming in my eyes. I try to ignore everyone around me laughing, laughing at me. I run. I run all... (more »)
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Forever a runaway
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My blood boiled with anger as she said her horrid words.   Tears fled my cheeks, and I could feel my heart beat rising.  I couldn't fight it anymore.  Not after so many times, and so many different faults that weren't even mine.  "shut up... (more »)
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Selling Your Memoires
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Walking past the freshly cut and stunningly green lawn, I made my way to the front door. Fumbling with the padlock on the handle, I punched in the keycode, turned the knob, and stepped into the foyer. It was just how I remembered it: Located in... (more »)
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#8
The Forbidden Isle Adventure
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Kevin___________________________ It has been exactly a year since my sister, Lyla and I ran away to the island Niihau in Hawaii. Most people call it the Forbidden Isle. I left because my dad and I had different points of views on things to say... (more »)
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#9
Trouble
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                   Trouble   “Are you happy, Keisha,” Shawn yelled at me. You could tell he was very angry. He’s been angry... (more »)
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#10
The Hidden Hurt
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With all the god awful things going on in my life I thought there was no hope. Being only 17 so much had gone on already. It wasn’t just the typical childhood fights with my brother Daniel or falling off my bike. It was memories that scarred me... (more »)
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#11
You Should Go For Someone Better
You Should Go For Someone Better “Ugh, it’s him again.” said Charlotte all disgusted.         “I wouldn’t say that,” said Olivia defending him. “Why not,” “I think I have a crush on him” “Olivia, you could do... (more »)
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#12
square-root 64
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He didn’t raise his hand. My eyebrows knit together. This was math. Math was his thing! I couldn’t imagine he had nothing to say. “Why don’t you get into pairs and work on page 17?” came the teacher’s voice. Sweet! I thought.... (more »)
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The Little Rose
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    Once opon a time, there was a beautiful rose, and her name was Coral. Everyday the little girl who was her best friend watered her. She had lived there her whole life, and each day she watched the little girl while she sat in the window... (more »)
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#14
Choices
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    "Sit still Jacob," she yells. Her son was but a mere 5 months and already active. He rolled around in his walker all over the house getting into various things potentially dangerous to someone of his age. Jesse... (more »)
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Your Average Parent
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Your Average Parent Blank. The piece of paper is blank. She can’t write, think, speak, can’t smile or laugh, can’t move her face, she’s frozen. His words still ring in her ears, those deadly words that no daughter... (more »)
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Whimper Bang This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Wisps of smoke curled on themselves to form overdrawn punctuation over people’s heads. Catey frowned at Julia and said, “Put that out. You know I hate the smell of cigarettes.” Julia used her free hand to flick her brown hair out of her... (more »)
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