July 7, 2020

Posts from "Poetry"

  • Poetry | Nov.15, 2019

    Kaleidoscope Vision

    by Sam Ward ’21 How do we propel ourselves into the unknown? Without fear. Without doubt. How, without shaking in our skin at the thought of what could go wrong, or plucking heartstrings to play hopeful songs? How do we…

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  • Poetry | Nov.15, 2019

    On a Train

    by Elizabeth McGinn ’21 Flashes whirling past, face pressed against the glass, eyes adjust to a moving landscape from a train. A glimpse at strange moments as we pass, waving adieu to the lonely buildings that remain.  Littered with flecks…

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  • Poetry | Nov.14, 2019

    Day and Night

    by Sarah Heavren ’21 It’s always darkest Before the dawn Darkness is still there Before it’s gone.  There’s always the hope Of a new day. But there’s still the wait While the night fades.  Good things are to come. There’s…

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  • Poetry | Nov.14, 2019

    It Slowly Slipped Away

    by Grace O’Connor ’22 She looked in the mirror and took a deep breath Today was the day her life would change She looked down at her newly polished nails as her heart drummed in her chest Time was going…

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  • Poetry | Nov.07, 2019

    To The One Whom This Is For

    by Sarah Heavren ’21   I remember, Thinking of days gone by, That this started With the blink of an eye.  Before I was ready, Somehow I knew By some way at some time I’d be with you.  You were…

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  • Poetry | Nov.07, 2019

    November’s Dead

    by Sean Tobin ’20 Here, November, warmth retires— Rush to start the Winter fires! Yet the Sun has not retreated And left him for whom It’s needed Without the glow which inspires. And on the dead for which It’s whitest;…

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  • Halloween | Nov.01, 2019

    Ghost Poems

    Does Fear Disappear? By Sean Tobin ’20 Does fear disappear If Stephen King writes it down And Hitchcock films it? Or does fear instead Creep, crawl, and hide deeper down Where you cannot reach?   The Wind Sarah Heavren ’21…

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  • Poetry | Oct.24, 2019

    Plymouth, Four Hundred Years Later

    by Sarah McLaughlin ’23 Tourists converge from Earth’s every corner to see The piece of the past stored on this pebbled beach All paths extending westward from the east Meet here, the first of our nation’s vertices It’s so special…

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  • Poetry | Oct.24, 2019

    Four-Hundredth Fall

    by Sean Tobin ’20 One of mine, but given: Today when I arise And see slow-rolling skies Illuminate what lies This bleak side of heaven, Just one thought do I save— How bless’d this northern shore; The same which fathers…

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  • Poetry | Oct.24, 2019

    Providence

    by Erin Venuti ’20  

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