December 10, 2018

Posts from "Poetry"

  • Poetry | May.03, 2018

    To All The Juice Boxes I Threw Away

    by Erin Lucey ’20   Walking to school, Our eyes were so bright. I arrived with huge passion, Though my body was slight.   A yellow ticket each day, And I giggle as I wait. There were lines on the…

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  • Poetry | Apr.26, 2018

    Oceans

    by Jay Willett ’20 “Careful, always watch your step when you walk here honey,” she hummed. Grinning, I nodded my head and reached up, earnestly grabbed the railing. Orange tired sun, relentless reflections, my soul, Waves that roar, my mind,…

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  • Poetry | Apr.19, 2018

    Memory—Two Halves

    by Kiley McMahon ’20   As I flip the pages of the torn up scrapbook, I remembered the moment like it was just yesterday. my mind boggles as I envision him and I, I looked into his eyes lovingly and…

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  • Poetry | Apr.19, 2018

    Summer On The Island

    by Sam Pellman ’20   The sunlight struck her bed gently She slowly opened her eyes and a moment of panic hit her heart She glanced at her phone which read 11:16 a.m. But then she remembered she was in…

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  • Poetry | Apr.12, 2018

    Blackout Poem

    by Kiley McMahon ’20

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  • Poetry | Apr.12, 2018

    Our Song

    by Marelle Hipolito ’21   I was looking out the window Humming to the radio When suddenly it came on My heart skipped a beat I leaned forward in my seat and pressed the button to turn it right off…

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  • Poetry | Mar.15, 2018

    Stargazing

    by Marisa DelFarno ’18

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  • Poetry | Mar.15, 2018

    Dear Freshman

    by Kiley McMahon ’20   A prospective student Who wants to feel Comfortable and warm, And confident and excited, About coming to her new school.   I know how it feels To be a nervous freshman, Hesitant to show off…

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  • Poetry | Mar.15, 2018

    (UN)-ordinary

    by Connor Zimmerman ’20   There is no such thing as ordinary. This word and others are just labels Used by people who lack true vocabulary. These phrases just make people feel enabled To disregard each other. In reality, everybody…

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  • Poetry | Mar.01, 2018

    Somewhere In The Clouds

    by Dawyn Henriquez ’19   The smoke danced, Curling into our minds and Selling us paranoia for cents of sobriety Like a vendor of beans labeled magic, Giving us stalks through each pass.   After, all that remained was ash…

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