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  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    The horse threw back its head violently, as if trying with all its might to avoid moving forward another step. His haunches bucked and I felt lean muscle ripple—even through the leather saddle. I tightened my grip upon the reins so that I might spare myself the pain of being tossed off, but the ef...
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    Austin. Sierra. William. Olen. One girl whose name I don't even remember, but she still makes the list because I haven't forgotten her face. So who are these people? Friends? Kids who lived down the street from me? Kids I passed in the hallways on the way to lunch at school? Kids who I wat...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
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    I've been 18 for half a year now, long enough to know that being 18 is really no different from being 17. Sure, I'm a legal adult, but what does it matter if the government considers me an adult when my parents don't? Turning 18 isn't a magical experience in which enchanted confetti falls from the s...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
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    I must tip my hat in recognition and thanks to the editors of Teen Ink. Not only does the website look sleeker and more polished with the recent makeover, but many submissions with garbled quotation marks have been fixed. Little things like the correction of these odd quote marks are what make m...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    It’s been one year since that day, the day I ended life of the man I hated more than any other: my father. I remember every detail as if it were playing out on a television screen in front of me. The crimson blood, the agonizing screams, the mixture of fear, guilt, and exhilaration in my chest; I ...
  • Nonfiction > Academic
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    Snow. Pure white and shimmering, snow might be considered beauty incarnate. But "beauty" may not be a word suited to truly describe the icy substance. While visually attractive, snow's appeal stems from its untainted nature. Snow possesses an innocence per se that reminds us of a long...
  • Opinion > Points of View
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    I'd like to begin by saying that I've submitted three articles to Teen Ink this week and none have been approved yet. Before anyone throws up their arms in incredulous disbelief and frustration, you should know that I am not writing to simply whine about how long the submission process takes. A Lett...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I sat beside my love upon the hill. For many hours I had debated on what I would say to her at this moment, but it seemed that no amount of preparation could save me from my shyness. We had known one another for many years, sharing countless memories of our time together. I found it slightly ironic ...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    If you have any preconceived notions about Japanese animation, you'd better chuck them out a window before you read this. Anyone who loves Japanese animated films probably has about a fifty percent chance of having writer/director Hayao Miyazaki's name tattooed across their chest. Many fil...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    I tugged on my shirt collar as sweat began to collect around my neck. The room was far too cramped and humid to comfortably house the six individuals it did. But the conditions of Oak Ridge High School's Saturday detention center were hardly a pressing concern for the administration, for this d...

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