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#1
Time This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Every morning I wake up to the normal sun shooting through the left window, blinding me as I try to open my eyes. My dog, Donald, barks up a storm. He insists that every morning at exactly 7:04, he has to go outside. It really is starting to push... (more »)
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Gold On The Ceiling
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“Go! Go! Go!” The SWAT team blew the door open. A dozen heavily armored and armed men burst into the room, assault guns and shotguns up. Smoke grenades crashed through the windows, filling the room with growing, curling clouds of haze. The... (more »)
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Annabel Lee
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I opened my eyes to find myself face to face with a dumpster. It was hard to see much while dark outside, but it was obvious that I was in an alley somewhere. I decided to leave as fast as I could. Running directly after waking up was not one of... (more »)
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Couldy Skies in Paradise
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Day 1: Arrival Johnny surveyed the polished white marble floors and counters leading to the reception. “How can we be of service to you today?” the concierge’s voice echoed through the room. “I’d like to... (more »)
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Lalune: London,1888 This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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    Darcelle and Lonan had been sitting at the table in the noisy room for what seemed like an eternity. She glanced at the clock every few seconds, her foot tapping under her dress, becoming more agitated with each passing moment.    ... (more »)
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Chi Omega
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“Welcome to Chi Omega at Rossington Private College! Were happy to have you here!” Is the words that these eleven girls never thought they’d here, but here they are at Chi Omega having the time of their lives making best friends with each... (more »)
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Asylum
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The air was deathly still. In the cold no tree shook. Ahead, a molding sign hung haphazardly on rusted hinges. Inside a large building, residents lay asleep, waiting patiently for the new day’s sun to rise. An old truck slowly pulled up to... (more »)
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Wrath of the Vampires. . .
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“Jason?” I asked, raising my voice slightly over the stuttering of the engine. “What’s wrong?” I, Xyla and my brother Jason were on our way home after spending three weeks at music camp. We had been driving through nothing but snow for... (more »)
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#9
A Day of Nightmares
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As the heavy thunking grew louder, Theo’s breath hitched in her chest. Oh God, oh God, oh God, oh God! She thought. Don’t find me please, don’t let him find me! She tried to will her legs to stop trembling as she pressed closer to the... (more »)
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#10
Hidden Secrets
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Ten seconds left in the game. “Nine, Eight, Seven, Six, Five, Four!” The crowd members were counting down the time left in the game. The last three seconds and Cruz came up the court. “Play three.” She mouthed to Alyssa. “No! Fake left... (more »)
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Irony
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The room was deathly quiet as Darah walked in slowly, her head hanging low. No one spoke; they all just looked up at her, not knowing what to think, much less say. The girl had died. That was all there was to it. She could not take back what... (more »)
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The Hallway
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Nancy was washing the dishes in the kitchen of the rental home she and her family had just moved into. It was a two story older home built in the 1920s. It was the only home available for rent in the small town of Cascade, Montana, while their... (more »)
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A Single Bite
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I used to love apples. My mom whould complain about the cost, "Twenty dollars a week," shed'd say, "so you can have apples for breakfast, lunch and dinner!" Then she would laugh, kiss my cheek and cut up another apple for me to eat. I didn't... (more »)
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Moe's Cafe
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My grandmother Susie is ninety years old and has lived through many interesting events in her life. As she becomes older, I enjoy hearing more and more of her stories from her past, but nothing compares to the story she told about Moe’s Café.... (more »)
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Cloudy
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Camila felt wet. Well that doesn’t make sense, Camila thought to herself. Why would my bed be wet? Then Camila discovered something else. I’m not even on my bed! This feels like the ground. It feels like cold wet hard ground. Why would I be... (more »)
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Cupcake Caper
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It was my eleventh birthday today and I was treating my class with a box of cupcakes I was bringing into school. Everyone was enjoying them as we ate them before we went out to recess. Five students in my class were absent so I had extras that I... (more »)
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