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Violaceous, Cross Gordon, 24

Instant Love 

February 27, 2024

As I sit and sip my piping hot tea, I watch the world around me create a picture  The crowded streets  The loud beeps  I could hear them all until I saw him  I sat down on a bench in...

Jayda Dent. 26

Celebrating Black Excellence & Joy!

February 2, 2024

"Black" by LaNiya Whitlock '25 Black love is strong,  Forgiving, and hopeful. The power of love is unbeatable, Spoken by our black leaders we should fight hate with love and pray. Black...

Nightlife, Archibald John Motley, Jr.

“Their Voices Rise”

February 1, 2024

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Seasons Writing Contest Winner

January 22, 2024

"A Little Bit of Everything" by Ariel Rose, '24 Family and tradition; its a form of transition A transition back home Coming back from college and no longer being alone   Autumn and Fall To...

Javiyah Israel, 25


January 19, 2024

Some intend to play pretend Like I'm some sort toy Baby this isn’t Disneyland Its Twisted Wonderland Demeanted and relentless Most expect it to be precious But instead its just contentious Overzealous...

Kai Craddock, 24

low grass

November 28, 2023

  there will always be one above  and one below the low grass can rise but the high can too our cursed bread is only  cursed to few for to the others, it’s trash and won’t...

Drake Salazar, 24

“What did I do?”

November 28, 2023

  Common answer from My fragile mind Desperate attempts always  Go Unanswered  Yet in my head, I answer For you “It’s always my fault” I Shut myself inside I cry...

Cross Gordon, 24

Gratitude Haikus & 6-Word Stories

November 16, 2023

Forever thankful For things that make life joyful Oh how we neglect it   Gratitude unto you, my sweet adversary   hate has long been gone for our joy is all the same relive...

 An Ode To Writers

November 6, 2023

This is an ode  To my empty mind With a thirst for words that just won’t come Parched by the persistent pest that is Procrastination   This is an ode To the rhythmic tap of the...

“Fun Fact: Today’s oldest living tree (a Bristlecone Pine) was already 1000 years old when the last wooly mammoth died”

November 5, 2023

I saw the last beginning, And I will see the next end.   Older the very dirt I lay my roots in. Older than the beasts that walked this planet far before your time.   I stand...

Esmeralda,Giselle Paramore, 24

Almost Home

November 5, 2023

The night was relatively crisp despite it being spring. Even though it was chilly, people still populated the skinny roads. The street vendors are most profitable the minute the moon rises. For it was...

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