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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...

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...

Jaden Wright, 24

Habit Part 1: Genesis (novel excerpt)

October 18, 2023

Introduction “So, Ross, was it?” Said the Interrogation Officer. He was reading off of a piece of paper; it was full of statistics and information which he held in his paw, “Tell me, what business...

Sketchbook Series

October 18, 2023

Saige Chandler-Ambrose, 24

Ends All Indigo

September 28, 2023

Today I killed a butterfly I creased & clipped her wings But I felt nothing watching her convulse in my hands And I wonder, Can you kill something you love? Can you become Something...

Nyla Bishop, 25

Mama’s Coffee (Ode to John Coltrane) ☕️

September 28, 2023

I miss momma's coffee  Brewed in  Filtered out   Smells like home Deep in heart Kitchen in melodic flames   Cream and sugar Splendid Splenda spliced, sliced, And...

Cross Gordon, 24

This Is Not Poetry

September 28, 2023

I am not a poet. These words I scribble come in jumbles of chicken-scratch and mixed-matched lines Bound and strung to the mound of the seething foreseen Scraped together in hurried forms of dust...

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