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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Her small feet treaded, On the padded pavement of the playground, The rough hand of her grandfather Supporting her, The jungle gym towered over the little girl, Birds chirped as bread was thrown their way, She would sit with her grandfather, On the bright benches, Listening as he unraveled s...
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    Flames dance around the windows, Licking the outside walls, With a menacing cackle, They devour the wooden halls. Out of fury, It bites my work clothes, As I cleanse it from its evil, The flames slowly subside, And the house is left alone....
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    Creeping up in unexpected places, The grim reaper stands above her shallow form, Soon to take another soul with him, And drag her to the unknown. She lives her life outside merrily, Yet she's suffering behind closed doors, A mystery to everyone around her, A tragedy to her....
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    A mere silhouette, Cuffed to an eternal bed, Skin ignited by foreign tears, Deafened by the chorus of sobs, Kissed by the white petals, And finally tucked away under a sheet, That will preserve the remaining warmth of the sun, And secure a peaceful, mortal slumber, A smile etched forever on ...
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    We are merely specks, In the vast universe, And it devours us with its stars and galaxies....
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    The rain devours his dark silhouette, Clashing with the raven heavens, His eyes glance down, To the waves that unravel themselves, Calling him in, Uncertainty flashes through him, Like the petrifying lightening above, Wind pushes him towards the agonizingly black liquid, He contemplates, Po...
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    Her ballerina posture, Her significant stance, Her eyes piercing through you, The power in that glance, You'll see her calm composure, Don't be fooled by this facade, She observes like a cat, Her pupils dilating, Her expression escalating, She holds herself together, Like a p...
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    Silent Liquid Prancing, I collide with the cool liquid, As it wraps me with warmth, Thud! It is safe to open my eyes, No one sees me, No one knows me, No one judges me, Bubbles float out, They rise to the surface, Glistening from the sun, A beautiful teal, A perfect place to think, ...
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    My silver sword glistens, Under the crying sky, I swing the weapon, Striking the enemy, They tumble down, Cuts seer their skin, Crimson cascades down their limp arms, Colliding on the ground, Hope vanishes from their eyes, Then a spark appears, Torn and broken they rise up, Limping t...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
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    "Rejected" by Rachel Czerwinski clarifies from her beginning sentence that she got rejected multiple times. Her article is quite relatable and is a position that most teenagers are forced to be in. Rachel also adds imagery words into her work such as "crisp" and "inky smell....
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    Deep within my soul I cry, Into the cold grey sky, My cries are silenced once more, Behind a cool, emotionless mask. Deep with my soul I scramble, To the surface and beyond, To show what I am really feeling, Instead of blocking it behind a wall, Society considers my emotions weak, A pathe...
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    “Dollar Up” is an extraordinary story that features a friendship between a teenager and an 81 year old man. The protagonist befriends an old man named Bob in a nursing home, where they have long conversations and give each other gifts. This is a remarkable article that had taught me a lesson, ag...
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    Scanning through the pages of Teen Ink, my eyes landed on a mysterious article simply called "hey" by Addi Fitzgerald. Being the curious person I am, I decided to read it. Her straight-to-the-point style of writing had me intrigued, as I found myself reminiscing of the same events that she...
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    We all need to fly away from our issues, the ones that we are forced to face daily. Spread our wings and soar to other lands in hope of starting over. But, wherever you go, you will always end up at home. The film, “Forrest Gump,” demonstrates this in a series of heart melting events that will ...
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    "Picture This" by Jenni Rudolph is a humorous article involving the hardships of Picture Day. Rudolph describes the difficulties of perfecting everything; such as makeup, hair, and the outfit, for this dreadful day. Many teens who spend weeks on planning for this event, will be unsatisfied...
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