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Poems

Make It

Make It

April 5, 2020

A virus we fear has already spread To get the human mind misled That there is no hope in these times of despair, But what we once had is all still the...

Sparrows and arrows

Sparrows and arrows

January 7, 2020

She wrapped her fingers around the arrow Wondering from where it had come Wanting to catch and kill a sparrow Yet she only heard the roaring dr...

A sonnet for summer

A sonnet for summer

May 31, 2019

Now that school’s almost over Hampton Beach is opening up I’m looking for four-leaf clovers Wishing for iced tea in my cup   Cramming for my f...

Distorted

Distorted

March 29, 2019

A soaked shirt collar Turned pink to red delicious Staring into a car door Shaped like a mirror   She took time away from lifting weights ...

It's Cold

It’s Cold

February 15, 2019

It’s cold. Too cold to take out the trash. Too cold to take my dogs out for a walk. Too cold to take my dogs out to visit my best friend down t...

LSO Creative Writing: Have You Heard?

LSO Creative Writing: Have You Heard?

January 29, 2019

Have you heard of the little girl Who chased cute boys around the playground Writing love notes Asking if they liked her? This girl who imagined herself...

LSO Creative Writing: Hidden Lies

LSO Creative Writing: Hidden Lies

Stacey Hall, FreeLancer

January 28, 2019

It’s a lie to say you’ll love someone forever A promise in disguise Therefore it is often taken much too literally And only ever leads to further he...

Wings of an Eagle

Wings of an Eagle

January 10, 2019

Wings of an eagle and heart of a lion, Ears of an owl and eyes of a dragon, Spine of a porcupine and voice like a bell, These belong to the one they cal...

Seeing Rightly

Seeing Rightly

Stacey Hall, Guest Writer

December 12, 2018

"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly." —The Little Prince   The dark of a stormy night laces the glass with rain With the tears of...

The Fireplace

The Fireplace

November 15, 2018

The fire glowed with her heartbeat. Fast and warm. Each brick of the fireplace had been stacked by her father. He built this house, through summe...

I Could Fly

Art by Myah Teague  and Rachel St. Louis.

Rachel St. Louis, Executive College & Career / Creative Writing

October 16, 2018

I could fly. Colors spray up from the sea. Not the ocean, not the sun, not the earth, but from the sky. The boat rocked, you see. It trembled on the...

The New Girl

The New Girl

Stacey Hall

September 27, 2018

The New Girl   Once upon an ignorant girl She believed her life had hit its highest peak, But she knew little, this ignorant girl That this peak was the...

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