Wilson Richards – A Collection of Poems and Photographs

Spring— as the winter dies, spring comes bearing fruit, new life. rejoice! a child’s born. fire the campground lit, a frenzy of apes salute you, the creation. earth the rock i stand on; a sprout grows out of the cracks. Earth, the origin. water the blood of life leaks from earth’s every faucet,  quenching ev’ry tongue. lightning the lone tree is split,  parted from nape … Continue reading Wilson Richards – A Collection of Poems and Photographs

Maya Krattli – A Collection of Poems (2022)

anxiety: an all-consuming kinetic energy flowing, filling, freezing, everything. I slowly disintegrate while life spectates. A drive forward, and a push back. Paralysis- an accurate analysis, as I fall into the abyss.    decision, a haiku (or two): too long self-doubt and  fear have been my king and queen. now they are exiled.   too long I’ve toil’d ‘neath anxiety’s tyranny. bring the guillotine.   … Continue reading Maya Krattli – A Collection of Poems (2022)

Mahlia Sawyer Estrada – On Moderation

Moderation is a word that has always echoed in my brain for as long as I can remember. There were moments where my mom would walk into the kitchen and catch me attempting to stealthily eat a chocolate chip cookie, and I would receive her famous line, “You have to balance things out and do everything in moderation!” With the amount of times this has … Continue reading Mahlia Sawyer Estrada – On Moderation

Jacob Bulis – Jazz Poetry

Jazz poetry A genre and a culture New to America Defining the older generations Influencing many for one hundred years Music from a diverse source Spreading across the country Humble beginnings in New Orleans  To stages in New York City Born out of strife Made great by a persecuted community Jazz New York, an idolized city Once considered a center of American culture Influenced by … Continue reading Jacob Bulis – Jazz Poetry

Kiara Stone

Kiara Stone   Creative Writing  Mr. Singer   26 May 2021               Image   Image- a presentation of the external form of a person or thing in art.   I wear a black Nike backpack with a gold elite sign down the middle.   What can people tell about me?   They see my flashy new shoes and how I wear different shoes everyday.   My classmates come up to me and ask me what sport … Continue reading Kiara Stone

Karla Huber – The Godmother

Part One           There in a dark room we sat, me, my brother, a father asking for justice, and her. Sitting in silence on the dark mahogany rocking chair behind the matching grand desk, our Godmother, Veita Corleone. After time passes the man approaches and kisses our Godmother on the cheek and starts to speak, “you must help me, and my daughter. You see, my daughter … Continue reading Karla Huber – The Godmother

Zoe Allen – A Collection of Poems

Beige ( a place called school)  Day by day go on, cracking dawn with blinding light  Till the break of dust, right before the sharks decide thrust  Weeks by weeks  Filled with defeats  Tests are all way too hard. Just like the concret Affects my self-esteem way too far.  Teachers say not to fear  For They will always be here.  Being a follower is never … Continue reading Zoe Allen – A Collection of Poems