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Unconscious This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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There was a dead girl in front of the library this morning. She was breathing, but she wasn’t alive. Whatever existence she’d had during her few years – I calculated she was around 13 – certainly wasn’t life. She was tossed carelessly on... (more »)
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Happy Birthday To My Best Friend.....
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Jessica- Happy Birthday!! It’s the big 15. How exciting is that? I have so much to say, but I don’t know if I can condense it into one page of simple words. I sure am gonna try though. Jess, I want you to know how important you really are... (more »)
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Honesty is the Best Policy
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Honesty is the Best Policy Honesty truly is the best policy. Honesty is the foundation of any well-working relationship. Whether it is with parents, friends, or any one else, honesty is important. No relationship can be successful without... (more »)
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Values those are most important to me.
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Values those are most important to me. Values are something that is important in life. Values can’t be exchanged in any way or form. Everyone has something that they value and of course that includes me as well. A value is something that a... (more »)
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Makeup, a Burden or a Pleasure
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“A girl should be two things: who and what she wants” (Elizabeth) according to Coco Chanel, one of the most influential and well known fashion designers and business woman in history. So why would someone not take her advice? Many... (more »)
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All the Words We Never Say
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They say a mother’s love is unconditional. No matter what you do or say, there she remains. She might be in the form of a grandmother, an aunt, or a sibling. Even with your mistakes, she’s right there. One day she won’t... (more »)
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Don't Diss Disabilities
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Health issues. Nobody can help the fact that they have them. No one chooses to have a disability, disease, or disorder. They just happen. It's not the health problems that make a person, but their personality. Not everybody sees it that way.... (more »)
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Wearing School Uniform
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I think wearing school uniform is stupid because the students wear the same thing everyday. Students get tired of wearing the same thing everyday. Wearing school uniform can affect students behaviors reactively or proactively. Reactive behavior... (more »)
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My Master Lover
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You were all and only you. Forever since that day, in my mind, there is you. I know that it is wrong to feel this way toward you, but the more I try to fight it, the less I win. In the twilight I look upon the glass screen seeing your name pop... (more »)
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Feedback on "Today's Loser"
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After reading “Today’s Loser” by: Camryn B., and I have been noticing that people around the world go on their phones to post a picture, and to see how many likes they got on their post, and almost become famous for the little... (more »)
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Fear: The Endless Battle
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Google defines fear as an “unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat.” Personally I think fear is just an obsticale, that you can most of the time overcome.... (more »)
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Life is too short This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
   People constantly focus on material possessions and winning as the most important partsof life, vowing to enjoy life as much as possible. How often is the message"Life is too short not to live a little" thrown in our... (more »)
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Power of Passion This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     A while ago, I didn’t think I had a passion. I would sit in front of the TV all day and not think about anything except the next show. I thought a passion was for fanatics with nothing better to do than obsess... (more »)
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Hope This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     Pandora just couldn't stand it any longer. She had to find out what was in that box. She hurried to the table where the box stood, unlatched it and opened the lid. Out flew all the evils of the world, except one.... (more »)
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The Importance of Having an Education
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The Importance of an Education Having an education is singularly the most important thing we could do for ourselves.Ó is the first thing my teacher said to us, on our first day of school. I had heard it all three times already that day, and I... (more »)
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Here Today, Gone Tomorrow This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     My whole body was overcome with goose bumps and my eyes began to fill with tears. My hands shook uncontrollably as I tried to understand. I was lost in the words I was being told. The world was spinning and I could... (more »)
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