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Femininity Redefined

Femininity Redefined

By Tarini Gandhiok, age 16, India

Each step is down a fashion runway:
Bouncing off our danglers, the hues of light dance wild.
Each stare cuts through the soul; each glance is a survey.
Still, the Shakira inside us ceases to turn mild.

If I Were a Snail

If I Were a Snail

By Liu Wansu, age 15, China

If I were a snail,
I could be roaming in the forest-like grass;
And when rain comes,
Into the little bedroom I tuck my head,
Listening to the rain.

If I Ever Lost You

If I Ever Lost You

By Allison Stein, Assistant Editor and Poetry Editor

I hate to imagine it's possible,
But I can't help this paralyzing fear:
What would I do if I someday lost you,
The person who dries my every tear?

Aspiration to Accomplishment

Aspiration to Accomplishment

By Allison Stein, Assistant Editor and Poetry Editor

Take a bite.
Crunch through the bright red skin
And devour the tasty afternoon snack
Of an apple in summertime.

One Chance in Life

One Chance in Life

By Brenda Aceves, age 11, California

Today is another day
To try to improve again.
In life you get one chance:
Don’t try to mess it up.

Deplorable Forest

Deplorable Forest

By Victoria K., age 13, Tennessee

I am a forest
Lost in the darkness
At night my trees glow
But I’m afraid of my darkness
I need windows in my life

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