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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Dear readers, It has been my pleasure to be a writer to this magazine just as it will be my pleasure to be a writer for others. I am proud to have been involved with Teen ink and I am proud to say that through them, I have become a writer that I always wanted to be. Not every teenager in the wor...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
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    You try your best And yet you fail And your teacher yells at you “Get your act together!” And so it goes ‘till the day we die This subject called Math Is going to kick you till you cry. I’ve had the A’s The D’s and F’s One thing’s for certain. MATH SUCKS! MATH SUCK...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
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    Many groups that we find in school may include the popular football players to the flirty cheerleaders even down to the proud Geeks and nerds. But, what about the Goths? Goths are a subculture of a group who are classified by wearing black and listening to very heavy metal music or hard techno music...
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    There are only a few words which can begin to describe the words of which I found at the College of Brigham Young University. Such of these words could fall into the category of supreme and yet a bit on the peer pressure side of college. Brigham Young University (or BYU) is a school which is in asso...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
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    Congress! Hear our cry, hear our pain, and hear what you are doing! This is the time and age that the very word Democracy has been used as a symbol and a goal, a goal for other nations in their struggle for freedom! We are the very thought of Democracy and it has been us, the United States of Americ...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    “I never want to hurt anyone,” Tex said. “Yeah right,” Ace mocked, “That’s a lie.” “Sir,” the ambulance driver asked Tex, “Why did you hit him?” “I told him a lie,” Tex pouted....
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    I am a pacifist; that is my life; I do not like war, and I do not love the swinging pendulum of violence that takes our life for a trip down the psychological path of near insanity. We play violent video games, we watch violent movies and from that, we get an illusion that there is no way that a per...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    “Careful, baby,” Mr. Carol told his newly wed wife, “That knife is sharp.” “I know,” Mrs. Carol replied, looking from the knife to her husband, “You know, there are actually more accidents in the kitchen than anywhere else in the house.” “How sad,” He replied, moving in a bit c...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Man,” The child told his friend, “This light is taking a long time to turn on.” “Yeah,” The friend replied, switching the lamp on and off. “Well, I’m going,” The boy said, exiting the room. The father walked into the room and laughed. “Great job, smart ones,” He scoffed,...
  • Poetry > Limerick
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    There once was a man named Mauna Who wanted to swim with Piranha So he jumped into a stream And gave a loud scream Now he is food for the fauna...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    The Mistake “Use the weapon,” The general shouted, “Do you have the coordinates?” “Yes, but,” the soldier at the controls pleaded, “There are civilians.” “I don’t care; we need to get those terrorists! Launch it!” “George,” The little boy asked the other little boy,...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    “What’s in the oven?” Asked the weary, lost traveler. “Oh, nothing,” Mrs. Potts replied, sharping a knife, “Why don’t you take a peek?” “Don’t mind if I do,” The traveler asked, opening and leaning in towards the oven. “What’s for dinner?” Mr. Potts asked, upon enter...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    The love story “Do you love me?” Mrs. Johnson asked. “I love you like the moon loves the sky,” Mr. Johnson replied, looking at his wedding ring. “Do you love me?” Ms. Williams asked. “I love you like the moons loves the sky,” Mr. Johnson replied, looking at his wedding ring....
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    Dear Lucy, You do not know me, but I know you. You are the girl with the silk black pig tail hair and the faint smile. You have brown eyes, I’ve noticed, and you have freckles on your pale face. Yesterday, you wore a pink dress and had a blue ribbon around your waist. You were even skipping nea...
  • Opinion > Points of View
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    You are there, in a land distant and far away; green rolling hills bound for endless country of green fields and comfortable temperatures; the sun, far above in the sky, shines down upon you, illuminating you, and projecting you into its smiles and joys as you run your hand through the soft green gr...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    1984: a past warning The Best books in the history of literature are the ones that leave an impression upon you after you read them. This impression can be of sadness or of happiness and this is just what George Orwell accomplishes in his novel, 1984. Just imagine a world where you, yes you, can...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The Bio-bot part I Science was the heart of that hulk of metal as it sulked from the factory and out into the new world known as Earth; his sensors picked up the scent of wet rain that had recently receded towards the heavens; walking out into the world, the bio-bot looked around. His name was...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    How does a human feel when he or she stares down the barrel of a gun? Does their soul crawl away and leave the shell of the body? Does their heart turn to stone and their minds to their happy place flee? Does your soul dance the Totentanz, to the sighing fiddle, and the ghastly cello in the distance...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    There is nothing more depressing than the graduation of seniors from high school. Hundreds of people walk out of the brazen doors of childhood and enter the flaming land of life. Thousands of dreams fly away and pass into the air and land onto the shoulders of the younger generation, who shrug it of...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    There is a land of fire and smoke that rests beside an old mill of off of an old country road in Dayton, Ohio. The mill is an old, brown, death trap filled with old saws that grin at you once you push open the rotten door that creaks and groans like a sick child in the night. Showing their rusty tee...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    25 January 1834 Dear Journal, Another person went missing today, Lucy Drew by name. She was a maid who often wore a white dress that made her look fatter than what she was. A single bonnet covered her brown wired looking hair. Her feet were flat and one could distinctly hear her walking at nigh...
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    “Gather round! Gather round!” The ringmaster said, his skeleton face gleaming in the fading sunlight. Slumping forward, Cindy watched as the ringmaster tilted his head and outstretched his arms. “Hi, kiddies!” He sneered, “Are you ready to see the dance with death and watch a lady vanish...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    How to survive a Zombie invasion Note: If you are reading this then, you are in dire need of a guide in order to survive the weird things that are in your backyard right now. Let’s get started! How to identify zombies: Drooling, moaning, walk with a limp, call out “Brains!”, or just stand ...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    “Are you scared of death?” The voice asked. Edward looked up. Rubbing his numb wrist against the rope that held him, Edward nodded his head. Six hours ago “We are unsure of these robberies and murders,” The reporter on the television screen reported, “But Prime Minister John Red has...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    When you go wandering the desert, Watch out, the monster is waiting to get you. Some say that he is ten feet tall with fangs and all that and all. But beware, my friends this is not true For the beast is only in your imasgination and if you can't get rid of himn there... ...how will ...

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