November 13, 2019

Posts from "Poetry"

  • Poetry | Jan.18, 2018

    Who Are You?

    by Jessia Polanco ’20   When the sun guides your life And the heat of our mother slaps your face Everything is laid at your feet And your smile spreads from cheek to cheek Who are you?   When the…

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  • Poetry | Jan.18, 2018

    If The World Were White

    by Marelle Hipolito ’21   If the world were white, you would have no jokes. You would just talk about the weather, who won last night The guy or the girl, the couple in a fight That is, if the…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2017

    December Magic

    by Sam Pellman ’20 One day it was August and the next it was December This magical month seems to come when everyone needs it most. December is truly magical, anything can happen. It can be warm one day and…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2017

    The Gift

      by Connor Zimmerman ’20 It must be perfect, It cannot be any ordinary object. It must make her smile, laugh, and cry. It should be the apple of her eye. Browsing through the stores, The clock is ticking, and…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2017

    Red and Green

    by Marelle Hipolito ’21 red. green. green, red. what was once alive is now dead red. green. green, red. all because of something that should’ve been left unsaid him, and his little bitta whiskey me, and my now little brittle…

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  • Poetry | Nov.30, 2017

    Overthinking Again

    by Julia Zygiel ’19   In the heat of imagination You loved me back Held me with the intention to keep me   In a haze of unreality everything has significance your silence your deafening blabber the smallest sigh is…

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  • Poetry | Nov.30, 2017

    Lost

    by Sam Pellman ’20   I’ve gotten lost multiple times in my life on multiple occasions. I’ve gotten lost in the mall, roaming store after store until I don’t remember where I started. I’ve lost my mom in the grocery…

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  • Poetry | Nov.30, 2017

    Your Majesty

    by Marelle Hipolito ’21   pebbles: are in the ocean. they stay in the background. give all their life to the surrounding ocean, and there is nothing; nothing left for them to uphold. everything to love about them: gone. Unless,…

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  • Poetry | Nov.16, 2017

    Upon Finding A Volume of Famous Poetry

    by Jonathan Coppe ’18 Among the dusty shelves I see it nestled —O wicked, foolish kin to leave it so!— O, what dreams lie herein? What foreign lands of sunset-colored love and joyful tears? So off the shelf it comes…

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  • Poetry | Nov.16, 2017

    La Vida es Corta

    by Kiley McMahon ’20   La vida es corta, La vie est courte, La vita é breve, Life is short.   Soy de España, Je viens de la France, Vengo dall’Italia, I am from the United States.   I make…

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