October 20, 2017

Posts from "Poetry"

  • Poetry | Oct.19, 2017

    Falling Out Of Old Habits

    by Sam Pellman ’20 Just as the seasons change it is only right that we should too. Following close behind Summer is Fall ready to show the world its charm. Yet the beginning of Fall doesn’t mean the end of…

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  • Poetry | Oct.19, 2017

    In-Between

    by Jessica Polanco ’20   If I had to choose between the moon and the sun I would choose to stay in-between. I would make believe that the skies in my world Can stay gray forever. I would swim in…

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  • Poetry | Oct.05, 2017

    My Soul

    by Jonathan Coppe ’18   I passed tonight beside some trash Within the nooks and crannies of a midnight street, Remains of a festivity since passed, A joy once in this space but now moved on. Is not this space…

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  • Poetry | Oct.05, 2017

    Giving Up

    by Connor Zimmerman ’20   I wait for you, just trying to think About how I can ease the pain, Being torn between my heart and brain.      Because it’s all about to sink.   We walk along two…

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  • Poetry | Oct.05, 2017

    Hidden Beneath

    by Marisa Gonzalez ’18   Beneath the murk, Beneath the sea, A World is hidden, From you and me.   From the surface One could see A web of branches As wondrous as can be.   Underwater There is more.…

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  • Poetry | Sep.28, 2017

    Spirit

    by Julia Zygiel, ’19

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  • Poetry | Sep.28, 2017

    Rocks

    by Jay Willett, ’20   A sunset in a picture doesn’t capture its beauty. The golden rim, rust-painted wood, Sleeping alone, cold nights, What will last longer? Looked upon as pretty, nobody truly means that. If it were beautiful, it…

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  • Poetry | Sep.28, 2017

    Daydream

    by Marelle Hipolito, ’21   I woke up, and I already knew you were there I felt you before I saw you I knew you before I heard you Like how I loved you before I met you The weight…

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  • Poetry | Sep.21, 2017

    On Social Media

    by Marisa DelFarno ’18

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  • Poetry | Sep.21, 2017

    Dear Father

    by Kiley McMahon ’20   Dear Father, As I walked through the rain, drenched and frigid, I watched the soldiers march, one by one, concealing their every fear from those around them.   As I carried the half loaf bread,…

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