August 11, 2020

Posts from "Portfolio"

  • Portfolio | Apr.10, 2014

    The Journey to Perfection

    by Paul Francisco ’15 Portfolio Staff A car drove down the empty roads in the small suburb. It was six in the morning and James was ready for the day ahead of him. He pulled up to a house and…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.10, 2014

    The Beatific Vision

    by Austin Harney ’17 Portfolio Staff A swirling tunnel in the abyss of my mind is Staring and glaring right in front of me. I gaze and lose consciousness of reality and Follow the rabbit in. I lose his guidance…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.10, 2014

    Long-Awaited

    by Branan Durbin ’16 Portfolio Staff Reeds can survive almost anything. No air, no problem— they handle it. Everything is under control. They sway in the blowing wind so gracefully, too… so gracefully. Even God vows to protect them, “A…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.10, 2014

    Little Things

    by Melanie Souchet ’14 Senior Portfolio Staff Allie did not expect to be defending herself with the pink mister she normally used to discipline the cat. Especially not from her boyfriend, who was supposed to be an adult. Supposed to…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.10, 2014

    Listomania: Fads That Need to End

    Middle Names as Last Names on Facebook Twerking Nominations Hashtags in Speech Pencil Chin Straps Hipsters Buzzfeed Promoted Tweets Miley Cyrus Bedazzled Phone Cases A Tattoo Parlor for Matching Tattoos Teen Dystopian Movies Abbreviations in Speech

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  • Portfolio | Apr.10, 2014

    Tiffany & Earl: It’s 7:30 and I’m blocked out!

    Dear Tiffany and Earl, I’m a freshman getting ready to register for my classes next fall, and I’m looking to fill as many core requirements as possible. But the problem is, I always get bumped out of the classes I…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.03, 2014

    Tragedy: Yesterday’s Lunch Devastates Downtown

    by Austin Harney ’17 Portfolio Staff Screaming filled the streets. I could only hear sirens and windows being smashed. I lost my friend in the crowd and couldn’t find him among the throng of people running. I couldn’t believe this,…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.03, 2014

    Honey

    by Emily Goodnow ’14 Portfolio Staff I entered the kitchen And examined the chicken Sizzling on the stovetop. He chose a honey glaze And I thought, “how fitting.” I watched it mix With mustard in the pan And I thought…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.03, 2014

    Recant

    by Ariana Pasquantonio ’16 Portfolio Staff July, and I was preoccupied with nothing but the way the sea salt hung heavy in my clothes and made them stink. does no good, you’d say, seeking what we knew we never had…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.03, 2014

    Leaving Home

    by Paul Francisco ’15 Portfolio Staff It had been four years since Dan stepped foot inside High Point High School’s campus. He never thought he was going to ever come back to this place having done the impossible. For a…

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