October 24, 2020

Posts from "Poetry"

  • Poetry | Sep.01, 2016

    Heavy Hearts Never Lose Beats

    by Matt Farrell ’17 Dreams die, stream of consciousness psychotic, A safe haven painted in blood By a self-proclaimed martyr, with no burden for murdering. Wading in the water, waiting to live, But blood is thick. Hot lead burns thin…

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  • Poetry | Sep.01, 2016

    Living Abroad

    by Chennah Sharpe ’17 All the streets are filled with souvenir carts vendors yelling, and selling their trinkets next to restored monuments, and pauperized apartments. The city hums from rushing subway trains and the ubiquitous blaring of car horns. Only…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.01, 2016

    The Buzz On Clubs

    by Marisa Gonzalez ’18 “Ok Kimmy. You can do this. Just go up to the big, scary tables with the intimating people. No problem. Just breathe. You can totally do this!” I muttered to myself as I stared at the…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.28, 2016

    Three Sisters

    by Ariana Pasquantonio ’16 Portfolio Staff Spin Three nights after the baby is born, she gets to work.  She’s not dressed in rags but clad in white, her hair glows gray, electric.  She sits down at the loom, eyes closed,…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.28, 2016

    Pocket Poems, Series 6: Special Haiku Edition

    Doorways to Other Worlds We all find exits. As if illuminated We are drawn like flies. by Matt Farrell ’17 Portfolio Staff Happiness for me Yesterday’s tears long dried up I like this new me. by Clara Howard  ’19 Portfolio Staff We…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.28, 2016

    Joyous Boxes

    by Jose Martinez ’16 Asst. Portfolio Editor Emeritus Gomez and Ida were looking over their things. Gomez took down a few photos from the fridge; a photo from a night out a few years ago, a photo from a night…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.28, 2016

    Viola Sororia

    by Branan Durbin ’16 Portfolio Editor Emeritus Trumpets of purple, scattered, a small symphony. Are they announcing, celebrating the wonder of a minute moment of harmony? They spread wide, as though each corner of the globe should be covered in…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.28, 2016

    Listomania: Rejected Listomania Ideas

    Reasons Why My Mother Hates Me PC Themed Stripper Names Ways to Get Meng Artists Inferior to Eyes to the Skies Places Better than Shelby, Ohio Ways to Eat Watermelon Buddy Cianci Eulogy Topics Professor Deathmatch Battles States Better than…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.28, 2016

    Tiff & Earl: Grad Caps…and Anger

    Disclaimer: The Tiffany & Earl feature is a satirized account of Providence College. Both the question and answers are purely works of fiction. Tiffany & Earl are anti-heroes whose comments ultimately satirize the stereotypes they each represent. Dear Tiff and Earl,…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.21, 2016

    Broken Will

    by Dawyn Henriquez ’19 Portfolio Staff The small black sparrow darted across the azure sky with ease, gliding from tree to tree under the emeralds of the canopy. Each feather an obsidian blade he wielded to cut the air and…

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