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Past Protection

Miranda Hanes, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018

Filed under Poetry

The ends of my body were burning, My hands, My ears, My feet. The wood beneath me was what kept me from touching the ground. I got up. I was surrounded by malady left from the people I live amongst. The light...

Purity

Miranda Hanes, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018

Filed under Multimedia and the Arts, Poetry

The water running through my hands is colder than it was yesterday, but it is cleaner than it once had been. “thank you” we say. I wonder if it’s because we have that engraved --or maybe we are grateful. We...

You and Me

Miranda Hanes, Staff Writer

May 30, 2018

Filed under Poetry

  I find that at the beginning of my cry I keep my eyelids touching So You don’t see my tears. My whole face burns, I bounce my leg up and down to cope, It’s tough keeping my whines veered.   My ...

Live Your New Life

Miranda Hanes, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under Poetry

The same way a child looks at a popsicle, wide eyed, full of excitement, anything that ever upset them in life, faded. there is a focus only placed on the beauty, A popsicle. I sometimes still wish I was a...

Love Me Love You

Angel Phandanouvong, Staff Writer

March 7, 2018

Filed under Multimedia and the Arts, Poetry

Thoughts about this is normal Then why aren't we normal? I'm stuck in the corner pouring, Your still stuck on exploring. We used to be so happy I rather kill than lose you I can stay for the hurt The bruises The...

Calling

Angel Phandanouvong, Staff Writer

March 7, 2018

Filed under Multimedia and the Arts, Poetry

There’s scars all over. A journey you can’t feel but hear I’m as jolly as can be. You can’t see my shell. Walking home from the best days of learning my ABC’s Getting my floaty pumped to celebrate. I talked...

We need to notice everything

Miranda Hanes, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018

Filed under App Home Page, Multimedia and the Arts, Poetry

There was a time where her dad was single, and her mom was too far away to take care of her. Her dad tried, to be good. Even did her hair how girls are supposed to like, up in a high pony tail. Her dad had a...

Valentine’s Week Poetry

Angel Phandanouvong, Staff Writer

February 14, 2018

Filed under Poetry

It is Valentine's week! You will be showered with poetry all throughout this week to feel the good vibes.   Pancakes By: Lauren Wetzel I could melt into you Like how butter melts into a soft pancake Seeping i...

My Flowers WILL Grow

Lauren Wetzel, Editor-In-Chief

February 8, 2018

Filed under Multimedia and the Arts, Poetry

My roots died For there was no more water. Only the hot sun Radiating Self underestimation And fear of what’s next.   But I am refilling my watering can, I am filling it to the brim With all the love tha...

Orange Chicken

Alicia Ing, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018

Filed under Multimedia and the Arts, Poetry

Yellow, Oriental, Ching Chong, Ling Long, Chink Far too many times have I seen confirmation in your eyes when you ask “What kind of Asian are you?” and I say, “I’m Chinese.” What you don’t see is the vo...

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