The Plagued Oasis: Part Thirteen

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

May 9, 2018

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The sand people started walking Ozier and Tabia to their camp. His mother was speechless on the way there. Ozier didn’t ask any questions but began to conspire with Tabia in secrecy. Some of the sand people started to whisper ...

The Plagued Oasis: Part Twelve

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

May 9, 2018

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The night was full of screams. The horrors of consistent warfare was traumatizing to the Aczen soldiers guarding the walls. Men on the opposing forces grew a bad moral every hour spent attempting to climb the wall. Countless so...

The Plagued Oasis: Part Eleven

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

May 9, 2018

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The city of Kade was on lockdown. It has been a week ever since that fateful night, when the Idma savages attacked. The Fidu and Iasbaha joined the Idma and have surrounded Kade. They gave Aczen three days to surrender. Aczen ...

The Plagued Oasis: Part Ten

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

May 9, 2018

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Kha’em was interrogating Ozier. He sat by his cell innocently unable to answer any of Kha’em’s questions. “Your past Ozier, attempt to remember?” Kha’em said. “I don’t know anything sir, I am sorry,” Ozier...

The Plagued Oasis: Part Nine

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018

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Raad was getting dressed whilst she laid in bed covered in blankets. The room was dimly lit. Smoke acted like fog, there was barely any visibility. The shades covered the light from the depleting sun. “When will I see you...

The Plagued Oasis: Part Eight

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018

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“You told me, he was never going to show up again! What is going on?!” Kha’em said. “Well the priest told me he’d take care of him Kha’em, I can’t do anything. I left him in the desert, I did my job and he sho...

The Plagued Oasis: Part Seven

Nick Martins, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018

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Akela was sewing a piece cloth to a hat. She laid on a silk mattress next to the throne with Kha’em’s fraternal twin children. Guards to his left and right stood honorably.  The throne room was full of pedestals. Each ped...

Limbo

Emily Parke, Staff Writer

April 30, 2018

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       He hums softly to the heat inside his mouth. Drawing in a breath and holding it in, letting it go after teasing his lungs – what goes in red comes out white.         Around him, the city is burning, but the air is ...

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...

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