December 15, 2019

Posts from "Poetry"

  • Poetry | Sep.19, 2019

    Through a Window in Seville

    by Gabriela Baron ’20 Desde mi ventana veo un nuevo universo lleno de miles posibilidades: coches voladores, robots, y sueños realizados y uno sin árboles, abejas y el té de mi abuela. Desde mi ventana veo alguien que conozco con…

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  • Poetry | Sep.19, 2019

    Sitting on the Porch

    by Sam Pellman ’20 It’s sunset and the mood is relaxed I can hear the cars passing The air is warm but I can feel it getting cool For the moment, everything is calm I can see others sitting on…

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  • Poetry | Sep.16, 2019

    Ambition

    by Clara Howard ’20 Freshman year English class, my teacher asked us to open Macbeth and ever since then, his lady has meant “ambition” to me. And ever since then I’ve been told I should act like my life has…

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  • Poetry | Sep.16, 2019

    Questions

    by Sarah Heavren ’21 What is a poem? It’s a series of words. Its lines contain more Than a rhyme to be heard. What is a painting? It is meant to express A certain idea That shouldn’t be suppressed. What…

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  • Poetry | Aug.29, 2019

    Bittersweet

    by Grace O’Connor ’22 Smooth and sweet, the chocolate rolls around my tongue I see happiness and sunlight The warmness that makes me feel young As the little pieces of sugar melt on my tongue I run through the grass…

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  • Poetry | Aug.29, 2019

    An Ode to Math

    by Sarah Heavren ’21 O Math, you are so much more Than a subject students deplore. O Math, though done in pencil, You are truly transcendental. Some think it’s numbers and tests, But they don’t get to see the rest…

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  • Poetry | Aug.29, 2019

    7 Ways to View a Daffodil

    by Gabriela Baron ’20 1. The vivid skirts of dancers Swaying and twirling in the wind 2. A morning star Bursting like fireworks in the gloomy sky 3. The pure happiness of a child Its petals spreading out into a…

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  • Poetry | May.02, 2019

    Reflecting

    by Sarah Heavren ’21 Looking back, I wonder About the year I lived With every blunder. Did I have more to give? Looking back, I question Whether I did enough. In joy and depression Did I do the right stuff?…

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  • Poetry | May.02, 2019

    The Typical Town

    by Sarah Kirchner ’21 The night sky looked typical tonight, With those stars that appear to always be falling down. The stars that represented the thousands of lights in a town, The town that I constantly tried to ignore. They…

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  • Poetry | Apr.11, 2019

    Dear Best Friend

    by Sarah Kirchner ’21 I write to you to tell you that I’m always here. Whether I’m not physically there, or if I’m right by your side…. The silence is too loud for me to pretend. It hurts to know…

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