October 24, 2020

Posts from "Portfolio"

  • Portfolio | Sep.22, 2016

    My Little Sister

    Chennah Sharpe ’17 Portfolio Staff She’s here! She’s tiny and soft Mom says “Careful!” I poke her belly play with her hair and touch her tiny toes   Mom says you’re finally here Dad says you’re my sister Mom smiles,…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.22, 2016

    Just Another Morning

    Marisa Gonzalez ’18 Portfolio Staff As light gracefully streamed into the bedroom, a voice called to the tiny body hidden beneath the covers of a bed. “May, you have to get up.” With a groan, the body turned over, threw…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.22, 2016

    Write

    David Martineau, ’18 Portfolio Staff   They say the pen is mightier than the sword, but my pen might as well be a stick, for all the good it’s doing me. I know, I know—you probably think I’m ungrateful. I…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.22, 2016

    The Adventures of Phil Fellows

    Abby Johnston ’17 Portfolio Staff Fluorescent lights flickered and buzzed, matching the cream linoleum and blank shelves of the filling station.  Phil circled in his swivel chair behind the counter and waited for the cash register to blink 6:30 p.m.…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.15, 2016

    Sophie’s Dream of Scipio

    Chennah Sharpe ’17 Portfolio Staff Rain poured down, splashing onto the roof in waves, as if someone was filling a bucket and dumping it down repeatedly on the room. The sound of rain brought her home, and she knew that…

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  • Poetry | Sep.15, 2016

    2016

    by Matt Farrell ’17 Monarchs with monotonous personalities Publicly preach pessimism to a tee, Eyes close while the liars cry Crocodile tears. My stomach is in knots As we fight an imaginary war, all while The imagery is not enough…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.15, 2016

    Not As Bad As Everyone Thinks

    Joey Aiello ’17 Portfolio Staff Tyler waved nervously as his last tangible tie to home pulled away in a 2007 Honda Civic. I’m completely on my own now, he thought once his mother’s car was out of sight. He turned…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.15, 2016

    Beginning

    Abby Johnston ’17 Portfolio Staff La Catedral de Santa Maria la Real la Almunda perches like a mother eagle on the cliff over Madrid, and at this time of the day its courtyard was cast in shadow from the enormous…

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  • Poetry | Sep.01, 2016

    First Essay

    by Abby Johnston ’17 Dredge up opinions, Swat the horseflies Named Worry, Sloth, Petty, Busy and Distrust… Rinse off the apathy. Tear off sheets of numbness, Wake up meter, Roll effort out of bed, Make my hand begin That stumbling…

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  • Poetry | Sep.01, 2016

    This Is My Goodbye

    by Clara Howard ’19   I don’t know how to talk to you anymore. There are so many things I want to say. So many apologies I want to make, So many rewinds I want to take. I wish I’d…

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