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Penciling in My Past
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Eric wrote a article that will be related to thousands, hundreds of thousands, and possibly millions. "Pencil in my Past" is excellently written on how Eric finally stood up for himself and a majority of the world has felt that atleast once or... (more »)
Native
By , Phoenix, AZ
The poem titled "Native" by Lily C. is an inspiring choice of words that tells how the land was once the home of 500 nations. I agree with the fact it mentions ,"Betrayed since the first gun. Was shot on their shores- Blood... (more »)
Dazed and Confused
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I can relate to Caroline R. in her article,"Dazed and Confused" because she wrote about confusion. I totally agree when Rose pointed out, "I say nothing's changed except that i don't speak nearly as often" This... (more »)
Uncertainty
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I can relate to Erica when she wrote about social anxiety in her article "Uncertainty". I felt the same way she felt when she appeared in public. I wholeheartly agree when she said,"living with social disorder" is hard(Erica 23). I agree with... (more »)
Pokemon Go and Beyond
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I found Brandon P.'s article about Pokemon Go very intriguing. Pokemon Go now has a large player base and is also changing the gaming community. Along with that, it gets people out of the house. "On one hand, "Pokemon Go" has... (more »)
Hacksaw Ridge
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I wholeheartedly agree with Emma in her review of Hacksaw Ridge. Hacksaw Ridge is very motivational and "filled with positive messages." When Doss stands up for his belief, that's what is motivational. I also saw the movie and... (more »)
From the Back
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I found Bekah H.'s article "From The Back" extremely moving because it talks about the futility of terms such as popularity. Specifically high school popularity. She describes two completely different people, one popular and the... (more »)
Can't Forget You
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The article "Can't Forget You," by Kimberly B. is filled with only truth. I can relate with Kimberly's words so much. Never in my life have I seen someone describe not being able to forget someone so easily, using all the... (more »)
What Love Feels Like?
By , Phoenix , AZ
Jasper S.’s poem was great, I can relate to Jasper when he said “feeling of getting your breath caught in your chest so you feel like your lungs aren’t felling with air.” Love is a disturbing pattern of needing comfort... (more »)
Is Suicide Selfish? This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I found Molly Rockville’s article “Is Suicide Selfish” intriguing. Molly writes about how it feels to be suicidal: not wanting to wake up in the morning, only wanting “to curl up and stay safe and warm forever.”... (more »)
A Memory: Sunset This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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How is it possible that a piece about a childhood memory with barely an ounce of resemblance to any of mine can invoke so much feeling in me? “A Memory: Sunset” by Hannah Cofer allowed me to easily connect to both my former self and... (more »)
Background Noise This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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“Background Noise” by Shawna Hennessy is an outstanding poem that is relatable and captures emotions with sensory details. It describes how we see death and violence on the news so often that we become indifferent to it. It puts a... (more »)
Autism Is Not a Tragedy This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I can relate to Amita Reka’s article wholeheartedly. In “Autism Is Not a Tragedy” the writer tells about her brother being diagnosed with autism and speech delay. “He knows his ABC’s and 123’s and... (more »)
An Open Letter to Climate Change Deniers This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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“An Open Letter to Climate Change Deniers” by Jamie Margolin discusses the current issue of climate change, a topic more urgent than ever after the recent presidential election. I was persuaded by Jamie’s strong... (more »)
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Invisible Damage This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Reading the piece “Invisible Damage” by Mikhayla Dunaj, I felt heartbroken. Her description of abusive relationships left me shocked. I think it’s crazy that girls are experiencing abuse at the hands of their boyfriends.... (more »)
To be a Weed
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When I read ''To be a Weed'' by Michelle M., it made me feel aware of the people who are fake and those who are real friends. For example, Michelle said so herself, '' I learned that I need not to be a part of a group to... (more »)
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