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the subway flashes by mosaicsburied 50 feet underground.i stare out thewindow,entranced by the blue spiralsand golden streaks of light.i am9, and the world is filled with wonder.four days of speed...

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My First Day of School This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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Fear started taking over. I was walking into my first school in America. I had traveled a long distance from India in order to join my mother, who had been here for three years, hoping America...

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   Whenhe's home I can't bear to see him. His gray hair, washingmachine-eaten-dryer-shrunken clothes, his huge gold-rimmed glasses, and wrinklyeyebrows are all condescending and...

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