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The Meaning of Love? This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
The beating of my broken heart, now chained and locked away, I hear much louder, through the night, than words we never say. As hollow kisses turn to dust and fall against my skin, I pray that I might find the strength to fall in love again.... (more »)
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Epitaph of an Unlucky Girl
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Rest in peace Miss Annie Ling,   Finding pennies was her thing.   It was just her luck,   Last time Annie picked one up,   Poor girl got hit by a truck. (more »)
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Epitaph of a Stroller
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Forever remembered: Mary Lane,   She loved to walk out in the rain. Never feared a storm’s chill, Until the fateful day she fell ill, Now her ashes claim my window sill. (more »)
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Epitaph of a Stroller
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Forever remembered: Mary Lane,   She loved to walk out in the rain. Never feared a storm’s chill, Until the fateful day she fell ill, Now her ashes claim my window sill. (more »)
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Epitaph of a Fisherman
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Our beloved Grandpa Blake, Loved to sit out on the lake. Tranquil and still as stone, On the dock he sat alone,   The water's where he sent his soul. (more »)
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Epitaph of a Fisherman
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Our beloved Grandpa Blake, Loved to sit out on the lake. Tranquil and still as stone, On the dock he sat alone,   The water's where he sent his soul. (more »)
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Epitaph of a Student
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Young Jackson Jeremy Connor, He was such a diligent scholar. Whenever he was free, He studied for that dreaded ACT, And pen in hand died of anxiety. (more »)
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Epitaph of a Student
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Young Jackson Jeremy Connor, He was such a diligent scholar. Whenever he was free, He studied for that dreaded ACT, And pen in hand died of anxiety. (more »)
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How to Survive a Fairy Tale This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
If you should find yourself lost in a book,Where certainly no one would think to look,Follow these tips to keep yourself safe, From witch, or from troll, or cold-blooded snake.Be HelpfulIf someone should ask you for a helping hand,Help without... (more »)
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Personal Statement This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     I am variety; pick a topic. I do have a purpose, I simply haven’t unlocked it. My personal statement is my heart and soul: my tragedies and dreams, but most of all my goals. I am a philanthropist, ready and... (more »)
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Loved One This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     As far as the gypsy’s eye can see As low as the clouds that touch the trees The blades of grass, the dying leaves Love consumes endlessly Fluttering of the moth’s gentle wingsThe woman in the woods that... (more »)
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Winter Morn This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     on a lovely winter’s mornnot a leaf or twig or thorncould poke up past the icy sheetor through the overlying sleet.so, comfortably we walk barefooton a footprint path inside the woodwe worry not of rocks or... (more »)
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Limerick This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
   There once was a boy named PeteWho went on a diet of meat.He missed his Life-SaversAnd all their good flavors.If only the meat had been sweet! (more »)
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The Edge-Walkers This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     Mirror, mirror witnessing the fall,What is the greatest rue of all?With malice burning, so is Rome,And you dance and stab at tomb and tome.Regardless of their noble state,You are the downfall and the fate.Is learning... (more »)
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To the Government, Regarding Katrina This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Scream is what I want to do,“These people died and where were you?”If the Coast Guard too had taken your lead,Hundreds more would have been in need.You claimed that you were unaware That 5,000 plus had just died there. But, possible? I... (more »)
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Snapshots of a Village by the Sea This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
empty swings and abandoned dreamshalf-filled notebooks and forest streamsthe road that seemed to go on foreverbroken promises, “always” and “never”Hell-fire and trumpets, the sun sinking lowsecrets told and kept, for only... (more »)
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