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  • Opinion > Points of View
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    May 7, 2010. That is when I started posting on Teen Ink. It was some long, ridiculous poem that I was too embarrassed to show any of my friends but was secretly really proud of. It didn’t get a lot of views, but there was something about the idea of my work being out there for the world to see....
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    I watch as she drives pass, the rubber burnt, broken. She needs new tires....
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I hate that you're not mine. And I have no right. I know that. I don't know everything about you, and you don't know anything about me. Not really, at least. But sometimes you look at me; You get this glint to your eyes, you smile that stupid cheese-y smile. ...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    It's 4 am. At least in this moment that I am typing, it is 4 am. After a solid 2 hours and 23 minutes of trying to sleep to some simulated sound of a rainstorm mixed with the cracking of a fire because somehow that gives it a certain "real-life" quality that the four different speci...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    It’s almost 1 am, Thursday. I have to be up for class in a few hours but I saw something that reminded me of you. It wasn’t even an out-of-the-ordinary kind of something, just a regular, common, every day something. I walked to the food court to get some lunch in between classes. I wasn’t ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    They say times stops for no one. It goes on, and on, and on, and on, never paying mind to what happens to us. So we go on, living life, starting families, growing old. We say “goodbye” to old friends and “hello” to new ones. But all the while there is something that we keep hidden from the r...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I took a moment to process what had happened. The first thought to run through my head was the unavoidable fact that my parents were probably going to kill me. Just two weeks shy of having my license for a year and I cause my car an unknown amount of damage less than five minutes from home. Frantica...
  • Reviews > Music Reviews
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    So, Lucy Hale sings? I honestly don't know why people are so surprised by this. Have you forgotten the surprisingly not terrible follow-up to the Cinderella Story Selena Gomez sequel? Cormac McLaggen was not the only person who graced us with a song. Also, let's remember that she got...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Rain is falling from my eyes, Dripping onto the leaves of His word, Reflecting off of shattered glass Only muddy remains of broken dreams. Flashbacks play of sunny days Of wind blowing the tall country grass. A summer of happiness, A life of adventure, A flower plucked too early. They don...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I hear music from the other side of my window. The pretty fairy kind of music, bouncy and light, shiny and hopeful. It’s the kind of music you expect for a princess spinning around on her wooden pedestal. But unlike her miniature box, my music never stops. I hear it when I wake up, wh...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I hate poetry. Rhymes, metaphors, patterns and all. If I had my way, I would read no more. Why waste my time? I hate the way poetry is supposed to sound. Extra posh or overly colloquial, separated into verses with weird punctuation. Nobody talks like that! I hate how poetry is stereotype...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    I wanted to see Saving Mr. Banks because I was one of those children who was raised on Disney movies. And not the DCOM movies they show on the Disney Channel today, but the real Disney films, like Bambie, and Sleeping Beauty, and, yes, Mary Poppins. So when I heard about a film about the woman wh...
  • Opinion > Entertainment / Celebrities
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    If you watched the third and last season of the now-cancelled X Factor USA, you know who Restless Road is. The country group consisting of Colton Pack, Andrew Scholz, and Zach Beeken was put together by the judges, presumably to be the next Rascal Flatts. They were one of the favored groups to win, ...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    “I’ve got a lovely bunch of candy canes; there they are just hanging from my tree! Toodle-dee-doodle-dee-doop!” sang an off-key Tippy, Santa’s right hand elf, as he marched through the deep Washington snow. “Some are tall, some are short, some from ‘73! Yes, I’ve got a lovely bunch of ...
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    I can remember sitting at a picnic table when I was really little. It was a typical shiny, sunny summer day. I was being silly, messing around with my sippy cup. I was pushing it back and forth, rolling it all around the bench seat. I pushed it too far and it rolled its way right over the edge an...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Mother and daughter tread through rainy cold January air as they cross a white blanket covered with a million miniature eyes. Watching and waiting in the early morning silence, the tiny watch guards stare and observe as Time listens patiently to the crunch of snow under feet slamming. The ca...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    If asked, anyone in her senior class would say she was easily the nicest girl in the school. She was friends with everyone; the jocks, the geniuses, the artists, and even the druggies. She was most commonly seen racing through the hallways at the last minute, her long, curly blonde hair whipping beh...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I glanced at the clock as I eased my tiny blue car to a stop. 11:10. If I hurried, that would give me just enough time to get home before lunch was over. As unnecessary as it was on the abandoned country road, I quickly flicked on my turn signal and left the relatively smooth chip-and-seal for fresh...
  • Reviews > Music Reviews
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    When I think of musicians from Indiana, my minds usually jumps to the big names like Michael Jackson, John Mellancamp. Adam Lambert, even Babyface, if you’re in to that whole nineties R&B stuff. They’re the big fish in the decently-sized pond that is career musicians from Indiana. As talente...
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    When it comes to the title, first glance judgement without hearing the song, I thought party anthem. After looking at the lyrics, I told my self that it looked like another “Mary Go Round.” Once I listened to the actual song, I had Conor Maynard’s latest single on repeat. “R U Crazy”...
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    "The Fox" is the latest release from Ylvis. The track, which has gone viral since it’s release this month, is about one of life’s apparent greatest mysteries: what sound do foxes make? I kid you not. You click the play button, and you are initially met with what looks like the ...
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    I’ve never been the biggest fan of Miley Cyrus. I didn’t like Hannah Montana, and therefore had a negatively biased opinion of the rest of Miley’s music. When “Can’t Be Tamed” came out in 2010, I was obsessed with it. Miley had a new, more mature sound and she carried it well. I liste...
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    First One Direction broke into America. Then Cher Lloyd came. Then I heard a Rebecca Ferguson song on the radio. And now Mr. Olly Murs. They must feed all of the contestants Wheaties throughout taping “The X Factor” (UK). That's the only explanation I can think of. Murs has recently swept ...
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    When I was younger, Play was my favorite band. If you have no idea who I’m talking about, don’t feel bad. The Swedish girl group was relatively popular in Sweden and the United States, but they were never the female One Direction. Their song “Cinderella” was covered for the first “Cheetah ...
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    Well, well, well, Justin Timberlake. To our radio waves, you have returned. I only wish it were under better circumstances. With shallow lyrics and a mediocre beat, “Suit & Tie” is definitely not what I would have picked for his big comeback single. I’m not even sure what the song is about...

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