You Don’t Know Me

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By: Britley Blessitt – Student Journalist You don’t know me  Or my story You don’t know me Or my destiny You don’t know me Or my deepest fantasies You don’t know me Or the woman who I’m going to be You don’t know me Or my family You don’t know me So please don’t act … Continued

I AM

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By: Karoline Gonzalez ~ Student Journalist As if resentful, an unknown force placed me in my mother’s womb Where I gave up earlier than most  And with the weight of the world in my chest danced hand in hand with death, A feeble thing grows up to occupy space and find refuge within barres of … Continued

Beautiful Nightmare

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By Najah Davenport Our hands intertwined, A love so prosperous it matures like fine wine. Our lips just a touch away, Every moment is a getaway. Without each other, we are lost in a maze.  Our love’s a never-ending fire, always ablaze. Forgetting all about the past and its pain, I guess that’s love when … Continued

Buds on the Windowsill

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Haikus by Sarah Alaeddin – Executive Editor Past the broken fence deep in the green meadow, a robin’s call echoes. Oh inviting song, my ears miss your touch. I wish for things too distant. Meanwhile, this window’s glass is spotted and foggy. Where’s my attention? At this windowsill, we begin a new garden tending to … Continued