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  • Nonfiction > Academic
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     Humankind has not always been as it is now. According to mythology, there were a fair number of races before we came about. Each of them had their distinct qualities, different from one another in many ways. First came the noble race of the golds, those that dwelt during the reign of Kronos an...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Fallen branches Along a road no one visits. All alone, Waiting for feet that won't walk by.    One-hundred leaves Twist in the air, Shudder through the curb, All are crackling, Wishing to be piled By a rake that won't sweep by.    Water still dwelling  In low sitting...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The ocean is not a calm and beautiful thing that belongs in pictures of paradise. It is a range of untamed mountains, shifting and churning so that no map-maker may ever describe it. It is a terrible thing. It is an inspiring thing. It is where I live. You said the people who’d be reading th...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Count to ten. Tell me about the beautiful things you see, one after another, and the wretched things too, filled with so much raw potential and ancient love. Tell me about the one girl with braids roped down her back, and about the one broken parking lot, decaying now, but soon flowering...
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    There’s a seed inside of everyone, sometimes one, or two or more. Our bodies are the soil- The words we hear: the sunlight- The seed is who we are, what we aspire to be. Who we look up to, those are the fragments of our ideal DNA Where we come from is our roots. It’s okay if they’r...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    Skeletal fragments buried under ash-ridden piles. Ripe bodies that are sick with decay. Broken pieces of rock lurking about, waiting to trip an innocent child. All perfect symbols of the freedom I was looking for, right? In the wrong context, but the simple answer is yes. I believe in freedom and...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    A traditional turn for the worse isn’t when blue skies turn grey or leave a happy home in a tone of disarray. It’s something so much more than that, with just a hint of a cliche, a traditional turn for the worse is when good girls become prey. Such a beautiful face, so sad it’s be...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    My hands are warm. Used to the sun, coddled with sweaters and blankets. His hands are cold, a breath of winter when the clouds pass by. When I help him up or take his fingers into mine, I can feel the chill run through me -or is that love? I’m still too young to tell the difference. ...
  • Hot Topics > Environment
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    In the United States, many controversial topics have been gaining popularity. With its youth taking a stand for what they believe in and speaking out, one could argue that they’re changing the future. While the LGBTQ+ Movement and countless other equality-driven organizations are gat...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    And There by the River I Lost My Glasses There were no boats in that part of the river. Not on that day, and not on the days before it. It wasn’t that the stream was too hard to navigate- in fact it was incredibly easy- but the rumours about it seemed… true. “Ther ‘us somethin’ lurki...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Olivia Nicole. That is unnecessary noise. Stop banging on the door. Don’t tap your pen. Don’t sit down so loud. Stop talking so much. Olivia! That’s unnecessary noise! All you do is make noise, you know. Tap tap tap Bam bam bam yap yap yap It’d drive a saint crazy, I’m te...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Mad World. What mad world? My world seems just fine, not mad at all. Mad world, huh? No, I live in a fine world. Very well-to-do I’d say. Mad world. What’s so mad? The hustle and bustle on the streets? The broken eyed students and their bruised backs? Mad world. Mad because of wh...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    Sitting in that old church felt natural to me. Dusty, well-kept. Watching the sun rise in shades that shifted in the stain glass; that too was natural. Even the occasional *drop* of a book of hymns felt utterly natural to me. But what did not feel natural was the pain in my mouth. I preached ...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    When I died there wasn’t much surrounding me. There was my husband, a pile of old, pleasantly scented books, and a candle. As my eyes closed, it was snuffed out. Each time I blinked, it dimmed, but struggled back to life. During that last half hour I had left, the candle repeated a vicious cyc...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
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    Teen Ink gives me the voice I’m afraid of using face-to-face. It lets me share my opinions, find peers with similar interests, and it helps me grow as a writer – and as a person. With the constant flow of feedback and new reading material, it’s just the place for teens with a pa...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I was stuck inside something. It slid beneath my legs, made me tumble forwards, backwards. I careened sideways. The world outside was foggy, not quite that crystalline plethora of colors I was used to. The movement around me seemed foreign; nothing would stop, and there was only grey, white...
  • Opinion > Spirituality / Religion
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    I have a little bit of expereince to share regarding meditation and mindfulness; two things often associated with the elderly, the wise, and the ancient figures that seem to have attained something near impossible for us to even understand. Despite how grand and obscure these practices seem, they...
  • Hot Topics > Environment
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        As green technology is advancing, it is becoming more and more popular, maybe even controversial. It’s in the media, around town, and finally gaining the recognition it deserves. Many people think it is an unnecessary advancement in our current society. On the other hand, Earth’s resour...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    As beautiful as the desolation was, she could stand it no longer. The hideous yet melodic heartbeat of the clock; the way spiderwebs bloomed like roses; the tears that smelled of the ocean. It was too quiet, no too loud. Too many thoughts, not enough to think about. Tick tock tick tock... Yes ...
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    And though the Willow ‘s wisped away, I can still feel it in the dust- I can hear the echo call Despite the Cavern’s rust- My heart once flitted above the banks and caressed that lovely tree But that was before he loved her, and threw me to the sea. Oh sweet and sav’ry betrayal, W...
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     The war came on like Thunder, The blood fell down like rain. My brother went asunder, To clean a bitter stain. The crops that we tried to grow, Drowned in our salty tears. (If we reap what we sow, Do we grieve for years?) Men who were once free, And the Slaves who were not, Fought t...
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     Pa, the bullet's in my chest, But it's not my time to die! Don't let me leave this world, I haven't said goodbye! This war has torn my skin apart, Has melted all my veins. And you're in the South Father, Unaware of my pains. Will I go to Heav'n dad, For killing my own brother? How...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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     8th of April, 1862 I killed four men yesterday, and I only remember one of them. He was a lot like me, but he was wearing a grey uniform instead of blue. It's funny how I could decide to kill another person based off of a colour. Because of a jacket they wore. He was probably in the same situ...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    I nurture the seeds, Watering them with my love. This garden will bloom ...
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    The green vines swirl up Climbing onto the trash can. The lace of nature...

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