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  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    When does the lovebird sing, with it's lover lost? Your flowers of spring, killed by my frost. Why does the fox howl, in summers light? Even your growl, seemed so bright. Do you know what the bees hum, in the last days of fall? My heart goes numb, holding your doll. What does...
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    Amanda P.'s 'Words' poem holds more wisdom then any childhood phrase will ever hold. She takes the phrase 'Sticks and stones my break my bones but names will never hurt me' and gives us the real story. Each insult they are inflicted upon us 'never real go away' and each one can leave 'scars to touch...
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    Time is fleeting Flying by, Heart is racing Stay alive, No longer can I handle pain, Losing hope and gaining shame' Conflict expanding, Tell me why? I am trying, Must survive... Shall I break under strain? Losing me and my name'...
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    Valentines Day, every year it comes, sneaking past the last of the winter cold, and placing its burden on every person’s head. Oh, we call it the “season of love” but a name like “season of the broken heart” may seem more fitting to the bulk of us. We all try to make su...
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    Looking for a new world to envelope your mind in? Ever wonder what it's like to see a prophecy come true? Are you sick of the lack of personality held by good and evil? The let me introduce you to the page turning world of Anne Bishop's Daughter of the Blood. Anne Bishop has created a world, no t...
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    Everyone longs to come across an article that speaks to them and tells their story. During my monthly reading of Teen Ink, I discovered “A Story of Procrastination.” The author may be unknown, but his/her idea is a shared feeling of all students at one time or another. I procrastinate, but it’...
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    Dana K.'s poem "The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth," brings mixed feelings to my heart. I am called a geek, a nerd, and an outcast and I have felt the shame of being picked on and seen as strange. The beginning of Dana's poem evokes my personal feelings of sorrow from being bullied but the title gave ...
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    I pledge my Allegiance To the hope of a better future And to the people who will make it real One dream united together, Individuals with Harmony and Happiness for all....
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    Kaily D.’s poem “Winter” inspires the emotions of nature we all feel. I can picture myself standing next to Kaily starring at the tree branch piecing the cloudy sky. I, like Kaily, come from a commonly seen as always sunny home and I share her fascinations of a “sunless sky” lined with bra...
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    Drip All day Just drips A shuffle of feet A lonely cough The beeps of life Drip White tiled ceiling White sheets White floor I miss color Drip That sickly sweet smell So clean And still It feels so dirty Drip Exposed to unknown eyes No longer white But green A clear mask ...
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    Emily R.’s article “The Skirt” spoke to me because it talked about feeling out of place. I have been in that position, standing in a dressing room wondering why I’m trying to change myself. We need to stay true to ourselves whether we wear short skirts or are geeky girls wearing superman shi...
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