writing winter 2022

“Tempest” By Jolie Flash

By Jolie Flash ’23 TempestStinging, burning, streaks in the skyElectrifying, new ashes fall downIt hits the groundStay away from the water,Not a time to swim, zap, strange patterns blossom on skinPatterns bloom, heart, slows, critical conditionEveryone knows that AstrapeDangerous as she is pretty.Terrifying as she is graceful.Powerful as she is bright.Goddess AstrapeCracking, Booming, noises in […]

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“One By One” By Ally LaCroix

By Ally LaCroix ’24 Routine was always a part of her life. For the past ten years since her husband passed away, she had always followed the same routine.  Each morning, as her eyes began to open, she would roll to the right side of her bed where her husband had always slept, often, expecting […]

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“My Love” By Anissa Lewis

By Anissa Lewis ’24 My love, We did a lot for the short time we were together. I don’t regret a thing because I am content with the way things ended. I can’t say I don’t miss you but it is becoming easier to accept that you’re finally gone. In this letter I hope to […]

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“Change” By Ava Marseglia

By Ava Marseglia ’26 Change The wave said to the shore, I remember you… Your plastic waste, polluted water, oil drainage, fertilizer I remember you… Your forest fires, cities, landfills, incinerators I remember you… Your urbanization, population, industrialization I remember when you poisoned the air, reaching the purest mountain peaks  Your synthetics, particulates, ozone Heating […]

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