April 4, 2020

Posts from "Poetry"

  • Poetry | Sep.19, 2019

    Through a Window in Seville

    by Gabriela Baron ’20 Desde mi ventana veo un nuevo universo lleno de miles posibilidades: coches voladores, robots, y sueños realizados y uno sin árboles, abejas y el té de mi abuela. Desde mi ventana veo alguien que conozco con…

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  • Poetry | Sep.19, 2019

    Sitting on the Porch

    by Sam Pellman ’20 It’s sunset and the mood is relaxed I can hear the cars passing The air is warm but I can feel it getting cool For the moment, everything is calm I can see others sitting on…

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  • Features | Sep.19, 2019

    Listomania: Best College Side Hustles

    GoFor Inc. Redbubble artist Catfishing old men Charging electric scooters Uber or lyft driver Participating in a psych study Professional Ray date  Selling your hair Donating your Find your Nemo fish to science Uploading feet pics Cutting Fr. Shanley’s grass…

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  • Features | Sep.19, 2019

    Tiff and Earl

    Dear Tiff and Earl, How do I get onto the show Caught in Providence? My parents are big fans and I want to make them proud. Looking to get caught, Caprio’s Number 1 Fan   Dear CN1F,  If you want…

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  • Poetry | Sep.16, 2019

    Ambition

    by Clara Howard ’20 Freshman year English class, my teacher asked us to open Macbeth and ever since then, his lady has meant “ambition” to me. And ever since then I’ve been told I should act like my life has…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.16, 2019

    Internal Beauty

    by Grace O’Connor ’22 She looked down at the picture longingly as she walked down the beach. Her fingers wiped off the thin layer of dust as they brushed over the creases on the photo. Her smile was big and…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.16, 2019

    The Dark

    by Jay Willett ’20 Adrenaline, the veins on my temple popped, blood pumped away from the brain and into the legs. Don’t look back, otherwise, it’ll get you. Though the basement was finished, and the carpet bristled under my pacing…

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  • Poetry | Sep.16, 2019

    Questions

    by Sarah Heavren ’21 What is a poem? It’s a series of words. Its lines contain more Than a rhyme to be heard. What is a painting? It is meant to express A certain idea That shouldn’t be suppressed. What…

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  • Creative Non-Fiction | Sep.16, 2019

    Magic

    by Sam Pellman ’20 I turned around one more time and swallowed back the tears that were forming. I’d be back in four months, but why did that feel like an eternity in this moment? No, I can’t cry, I…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.15, 2019

    The Other World

    by Erin Venuti ’20 In the third grade, your world is very small. There’s the house, the grocery store, the dance studio. Most importantly, there’s that brick building with the linoleum floors and the bright fluorescent lights to which you’re…

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