Tag: Poetry

  • To Be Good

    To Be Good

    Words by: Hanna Huntington ’26 Courtesy of Caroline DeLoreto via https://www.freewordcloudgenerator.com/ Space It hurts because I don’t want it to I want to be whole,  I want to be kind. I have chased it my whole life I have searched Through the nature that poisons me The girls that reject me The parents who have felt…

  • Forest of Hope

    Forest of Hope

    Image courtesy of: caveman on WallpaperCave Words by: Lilly Crain ’26 Space The forest had a quiet hum  The trees rustled in the dark  Shadows cast upon my feet  No sun, but I can feel the summer’s heat  Run, run, run  Can’t escape the night  Echoes of a thousand songs  Whispers jumbled in my ear …

  • Please, Take One

    Please, Take One

    Words by: Amy Gordon ’25 Image Courtesy of NewsCenter1 I cannot come home for Halloween.  I’m sorry, I know it is your favorite.   Space I cannot watch the passing strangers,  who haunt the homes of our friends.  Space Despite all my efforts,  I will never name them.   Space In my dreams I see the…

  • Between Two Roses

    Between Two Roses

    Words by: Natalie Johnson ’26 Space Two roses stand reaching out with sharp thorns,  one a vibrant blue, the other a dark red.  Together they stand but could not be further torn,  therein lies their problems, so close yet so spread.  Space As the wind blows it forces connection.  They bristle and shake away the…

  • Didn’t We?

    Didn’t We?

    Words by: Brooke Wallace ’24 i can’t explain why  things escalated this time on this night. Sp it used to be friendly, playful flirting the slightest touches enough to be a game. Space you make a move, brush close, or lean in. your eyes full of humor, fingers dancing on my waist. Space my countermove…