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Where I’m From

Rowen Passigli

September 27, 2019

I am from porches From Windex and detergent I am from the small county town  (flower-lined streets, streams, they were still cold in the summer) I am from the Maple Trees, Queen Anne’s lace, I am from family ...

When I Think of Coco

Kaya Ondra

September 25, 2019

When I think of Coco, I feel  Nanny’s warmth.      And how she tucked me into bed with covers that were torn. When I go outside and feel that summer breeze,      I am reminded of my family, and how close we ...

The Night

Paris Middleton

September 10, 2019

The stars didn’t look  Like stars More like tiny needles That glowed each time they struck your skin The cold black sky bites Like the emptiness, you can’t seem to get rid of The night doesn’t give you th...

Baby Ruth: A Poem About Babe Ruth

Aaron Nealy and Jeremy Eichin

May 10, 2019

I was part of an octuplet, a Baby Ruth Raised without proper parenting They sent me to a special school To learn vocational skills   Matthias was like a father Where I had none He taught me the All American...

An Icon of Parisian Beauty: A Poem About Coco Chanel

Annika Hardy and Makayla Doyle

May 10, 2019

An icon of Parisian beauty, with a name gifted by soldiers. While I serenaded, sweet, songs at local cabarets, thus earning money to prosper.   Raised by nuns in Moulins, they taught me how to sew. I started a hat business in 191...

Alymer’s Perspective from “The Birthmark”

Annika Hardy

May 10, 2019

Wizard in the dark A bottle full of secrets- Casket black she fades

Birthmark Haiku

Birthmark Haiku

May 8, 2019

You Never Know How Much Time We Have Left

Kennedy Bassard, Video Editor

May 3, 2019

      On a hot, sunny day in the middle of summer, we had to get up really early in the morning. We were going to Washington DC to visit my dad for the first time. My dad was doing part time work up there so we visited him...


Kayla Mills

April 30, 2019

Smoke fills my lungs, without a cigarette in my hand. People give me looks, at the words I never said. They block me online, for things I did not do. There's laughter in the air, from a joke that wasn't fun...

Sami Shepherd

April 30, 2019

I have painted myself black out of my own insecurities. Black made me look slimmer, sort of fit my " Band Kid" persona, and my friends said I looked good in it. But due to my one colored closet, I've been misconceived. I...

Heaven’s Surface

Matthew Stone

April 7, 2019

I remember the first time I breached the clouds: The earth swallowed from my eyes Then suddenly a sunset ascended above of which it would inevitably sink below the horizon and to think we are gifted w...

72 Weeks

Karsyn Capps

April 7, 2019

72 weeks. 72 weeks until I turn 18. 72 weeks to get my life together. I'll move on, move out, and start my life as an adult. I don't know where I'll go to college, where I'll live or work. My parents tell me...

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