Puzzle Pieces

Puzzle Pieces

March 29, 2018

It Is Written

Sofia Wilson, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

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It is written that the sun will set another night only to rise once more.   It is written that the flower latest to bloom will possess the brightest colors.   It is written that the hearts of stone ...

A Tribute to Emily Dickinson

Amelia Valente, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

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1.) I want to Love being in Love- But Love is a Monster- That keeps me shackled in its cave- I sit there and ponder-   Until it tosses me out- Lifeless and starved for Affection- Yet I still wande...

Whole

Amelia Valente, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

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I don’t like to think that you are my other half I was whole before I met you A full human being. One body so breathtaking  That you wouldn’t be able to touch me without returning, Fingertips encased in lustrous...

The Plagued Oasis: Part Six

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

March 26, 2018

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“Conspiring with the enemy?! General are you mad?!?” Sudi yelled at the top of his lunges, “General Zahra, that scout is an Idman.” “Supreme sergeant Sudi, I would appreciate if you would keep your voice down,” she sai...

The Arbiter

The Arbiter

March 20, 2018

A Tale of a Man

Michael Parke, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

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Just north of a small fishing community on the coast of one of the New England states bordering the Atlantic stands a structure upon a harshly defined hill. Surrounding it is an almost impenetrable forest, and the only saving gra...

Pilgrimage

Michael Parke, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018

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In a hotel were two people in a room. The paint on the walls was chipped. Cigarette smoke floated around and they laughed at each other under alcohol and chased each other around the room. They spun and spun and spun until th...

The Plagued Oasis: Part Four

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

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The wagon train reached its destination. The capital of the northeastern district, Djaca. The streets were vacant, town square was covered in sand due to a sandstorm, and the dark morning dawn made everything seem more ominous. T...

The Plagued Oasis: Part Three

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

January 26, 2018

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The men were exhausted from a long day. As they patiently waited for Tabia in the camel drawn wagons on the outskirts of Kade, they sung a common song soldiers sing in Aczen before deployment. They can see through my eyes. They see a beast....

Ode to Being Heard

Molly Blanchard

January 16, 2018

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People say silence I say speak up Raise your voice over the people who matter Be loud Be heard Say hello to people that you know No doubt No fear Nothing is impossible Don't be shy Some people are so much...

After Death

Michael Parke, Staff Writer

January 2, 2018

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I stood in the shadow of the cobbler’s across from the bakery. The sun had not yet set. I looked left, then right, then took a piece of wood from my left coat pocket and worked at it with a knife from my right. I looked left th...

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