February 19, 2019

Posts from "Poetry"

  • Poetry | Oct.18, 2018

    Windows

    by Marelle Hipolito ’21 Staring out this window Watching the world pass by I can’t help but wonder If you’ll be fine I’ve done this before I’ve known this hurt Everyone walks in then out of my sight But with…

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  • Poetry | Oct.18, 2018

    The Price You Pay

    by Jessica Polanco ’20 I am now destined to feed strangers. Those who once knew me Lost every trace of trust; That has been lost in the dark skies Under which I begged for all of this to become my…

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  • Features | Oct.18, 2018

    Tiffany & Earl

    Dear Tiff and Earl, I always feel like I never know what’s happening on campus, and I refuse to read the Morning Mail. How do I find out what the word is? Sincerely, Lonely Larry   Dearest Larry, Obviously, you…

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  • Poetry | Oct.18, 2018

    My Gift to You

    by Gabriela Baron ’20 If I could have anything, I would choose a mason jar. Not one filled with caramel candies or crumbled pocket money, but one holding light. Light that radiates: the rush of riding a perfect wave and…

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  • Features | Oct.04, 2018

    Listomania*: Ways to Celebrate Columbus Day

    Update your Waze app so you don’t get lost on the way to China Hang out with some girls names Nina, Pinta, and Maria Dress like it’s 1492 Update Columbus’ Wikipedia page Pay reparations to the Native American people Petition…

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  • Comics and Drawings | Oct.04, 2018

    Boston Maze

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  • Creative Non-Fiction | Oct.04, 2018

    City Walking

    by Connor Zimmerman ’20 “Last stop, everybody! Don’t care where you go, but you can’t stay here!” The conductor’s shout pulls me out of my sleep. The train slowly rolls to a stop at the station, and I drag my…

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  • Poetry | Oct.04, 2018

    To All the Faces I Forgot

    by Sam Pellman ’20 Faces are passing People are moving I do not recognize these faces I may never see them again But for just a second they were in my head And now they are gone Everywhere we go,…

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  • Portfolio | Oct.04, 2018

    Some Things Have No End

    by Erin Venuti ’20 Janie wasn’t popular—except for the third week of fifth grade, when she brought a Chinese jump rope to recess. Her mom had found it during their annual summer trip to Cape Cod, in a store that…

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  • Comics and Drawings | Oct.04, 2018

    The Friar Boys: Cartoon Crossover

    by Mark Fairchild ’20

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