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What I Could Never Tell My Mother This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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What I could never tell my mother Isn’t her fault; it’s mine It’s things wrapped inside of me, coiled like wire with the filament exposed She could accept them – those things – I’m...

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Still I Rise

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Daddy's Womb This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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i asked my father if i could swim, and he said that i would drown. The Sea would imprison me – he said if my feet had left the ground. So i walked out to the water, and cried out – how...

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An Unfettered World

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A Loom of Memories

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Fire or Ice

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(He said “I'm horrible”) He kissed me and said later “It felt wrong.”

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