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Worthless
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Have you ever felt worthless? Do you know someone who has lost  a friend or relative and they came to you for help? Are you someone who lost a friend or relative asked for help but it feels like no one cares? Has someone came to you for advise... (more »)
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Physics of Life: Static Friction
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Static or limiting friction in Physics is the frictional force that has to be overcome before a body can start to move over another.That is the physics aspect.Let's apply it to life.In Ashutosh Gowariker's Everest which is currently being aired... (more »)
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A Small Act of Love
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Mother Teresa once said,” We can't all do great things, but we can all do small things with great love. “  Love is perhaps the most powerful force that exists in the world.  Almost everyone desires to feel loved. I... (more »)
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Decisions
Growing up and moving on is such a hard thing to wrap our heads around. Should we stay in our comfortable positions and follow down the path of simple minded normality or should we stray from the pack and create our own path? This has to be one... (more »)
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The Generation of Burden
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Look around in a high school. Though other factors among the students may very well differ, each of them has a backpack, purse, or other type of pouch in which to carry their school materials. Speaking from personal experience, that backpack... (more »)
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Hands Up Don't Shoot
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Mike Brown was shot and killed by (former) Officer Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, that is the only fact regarding the whole issue that we know for sure. That said, if we decide to analyze Officer Wilson's account of what happened, Mike was coming... (more »)
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The Feeling in the Pit Of Your Stomach
By , Niagara Falls, NY
Your day is simple in most ways. You wake up, possibly eat breakfast, go to school, eat lunch, return home, eat dinner, sleep. And thats without the added activities. But what about in Africa? What about the Dominican Republic? What about the... (more »)
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Stop while you have the chance
You can make a deference. There are so many people who go through the same thing everyday, bullying. whether it is in person or on the internet. There are so many poeple that can halp you make a difference all it starts with is "i need help". (more »)
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Horrible Technology
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Nabo is the top company that sells electronics and technological devices. The company's stocks were through the roof during Christmas season. Nabo is popular for their devices and robots. Of course, the workers at Nabo are paid around... (more »)
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What Is a Real Man?
By , Junction City, KS
Doesn’t anyone find it weird that women are always looking for the perfect man and say that they want a real man in their life? They always set a high standard that few men reach and when they think they found a suitable man, they... (more »)
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"May 1944" by Josie C. This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"May 1944" by Josie Crawford is a fiction piece about Americans bombing a school. The names of the characters give hints that it might be in Germany. It talks about how they could hear the bombs start to get closer. Eventually, they... (more »)
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Rules for NYC Tourists This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Cyd S. has hit all the right marks when writing her “Rules for NYC Tourists.” This guide is full of satire but perfectly describes the many questionable actions of tourists who would do anything, including standing in the intersection “when... (more »)
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A Letter to Icy This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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“You told me I could never turn you cold, but you should know that sometimes it snows in Texas.” Just five lines – one sentence – is all it takes to get Kayla M.’s message in the amazingly eye-opening “A Letter to Icy.” We’ve all... (more »)
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Beaches and Brothers This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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“Beaches and Brothers” by “Sylvia” is such a beautiful, light-hearted piece. She writes about the day her brother was born and tells the story in a unique, vivid, quirky way. The piece is bright and warm, and is told... (more »)
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Teen Ink, My Buffet This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Teen Ink, you are everything to me. You are my meals, my nutrition, my sustenance. I savor each article and poem like scrumptious bites of a gourmet dinner, tasting every word on the tip of my tongue. I make sure to eat every bite: I read every... (more »)
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My Boys This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
By , Phoenix, AZ
The poem “My Boys” by Angel D. is excellent because it talks about the problem of black boys getting killed off or put away in prison for 100 years. Angel writes about the “black mothers who every day breathe a sigh of relief... (more »)
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