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  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    I wrote this poem in a classroom bright Half-asleep from a late, late night “Laptops out!” the teacher had said. “Ka-ching!” replied the voice in my head. I’m supposed to be working on some big essay. I’m sure to regret this come the night of Sunday But for now, iPod in, I’m f...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    Fire has never been my strong point for seeing things. The stars, sure. Crystal balls, definitely- I’m really good at those. I’m even okay with palms, and those are realy hard. But the whole “staring into fires” doesn’t work for me. It’s like they don’t want to work for me. It’s s...
  • Fiction > Fan Fiction
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    Ginny Weasley is lying in her dormitory at Hogwarts. The velvet red covers rise up and down with her breath, but not fast enough for her to be asleep. She must be awake. Her eyes are closed, but she isn’t seeing the strange and sparkled blackness that accompanies the drawn optical curtains on a no...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Cup of lead and glass of oils Twisting coiled, sparkling shadow-like Folded columns not unlike darkest fate Hourglass cracked upon a pedestal Night unleashed from cloud’s bright eye Forks in pathways thirty strong Songs only written and never arranged Flight of nations and arrival of peop...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Human hearts are holy to me So much more sacred to me than any seer’s god up above You and I can dance and laugh in the rain And isn’t that special enough? Maybe there’s more, maybe not Would it be so bad if this is all we get? Twisting, turning souls like birds concentric One within al...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Riley Bennett stared at the psychiatrist sitting in the soft armchair across from him. The man wore rectangular glasses with curved corners, and had a very high, obviously-receding hairline. His nose was long and had large nostrils, and the face of the psychiatrist bore a look of pity and skepticis...
  • Fiction > Romance
    We are the last. None are left, except for us. We have run from their scattered remains, but the ones that did that to them can do it to us. I wish that I was a hero- that I could say I want to die bravely-but I don’t. I want to run and hide and beg God to just make it end. That’s what I would d...
  • Fiction > Romance
    Sunlight falls across my face. I can see the silhouette of the buildings across from our flat. Huh- guess it’ll be his flat, now. If I can do this. If I can just get up and go. Like I told myself I would…God, I’m an idiot. He came in late last night, just like I knew he would, and I had told m...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
    I know that “sorry” doesn’t quite cut it The pain that I feel coming from your face I hope someday soon you will rise above it And we will both have happier days. I know that I’m the one who caused it With spoken words of such tragic power It’s funny that things could have been so di...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
    I feel a breeze It’s blowing across the sand And I remember (Oh) when you first took my hand And you said to me I just wanna spend eternity With you… A promise is like a star It shows a future that’s not too far (away) It shows a place where the hurting stops And only a single tear ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Lose myself for a minute in the lights And the steady thunder Rainbow sunbeams coming high There’s no such thing as work or school There’s not a single stupid rule (but for one, which is to): Lose yourself for a minute in the night Wave your arms everybody knows how Deep inside They c...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    I’ve just finished To Kill a Mockingbird , by Harper Lee, and I have to say, when my English teacher passed it out I was extremely apprehensive, but I was proved wrong, without a doubt. The book tells the story of a young girl, her brother, and their lawyer father as they go through the Depression...

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