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Poetry

Silence

Silence

Saanvi Tatipalli, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

If the walls were marred with blood Silence rings a guilty sound Or maybe it just means you’ve found Something farther from this world   If the scene was blanketed with prejudice Silence...

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In, Out

In, Out

Shivani Murugapiran, Staff Writer November 8, 2021

My teeth tighten, locking my jaw shut, my nose scrunches, allowing the rage to reverberate I shudder, My libs trembling, My mind reeling, My hand reaches for the strands That stick to my head, Pulling. Yelling. Screaming. My...

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The One Mores

The One Mores

Yiwen Zhang, Contributing Poet November 2, 2021

do you think I can have one more kiss? I’ll find closure on your lips and I’ll go It’s the little moments that break my heart When you hug me so tight, kiss me so slow I’m trying to move...

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Threads of my Heritage

Threads of my Heritage

Saanvi Tatipalli, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

The threads of the Indian village  Across the borders, across the world Will forever be ingrained in my memory:   The threads of the sun’s rays as it peeks above the village gutta With...

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a mask

a mask

Shivani Murugapiran, Staff Writer October 16, 2021

I blinked rapidly, my eyes fluttered shut, the puffy influx of water, yearning to ooze from my lids.   I gritted my teeth, praying that the liquid would rescind, that no one would...

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Monster creeping in my dreams

Monster creeping in my dreams

Saanvi Tatipalli, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

Monster creeping in my dreams Makes no sound yet drags me in Silent night and silent day It is screaming all the way    Monster creeping in my dreams Heeds no touch yet freezes...

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A Glimpse of Another Life

A Glimpse of Another Life

Saahithya Gutta, Arts & Entertainment Editor, Features Editor, Co-Lead of Social Media October 4, 2021

You told me my eyes Were the color of your go-to coffee order At your favorite café. So I said Your eyes reminded me of stormy skies, My favorite weather.  We shared merely a moment  And...

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Stability

Stability

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor September 17, 2021

Stability Papercuts and cardboard boxes The musk of a foreign home I remember reminscing and regretting, Losing friends I never had. Like every grain of a blank canvas I painstakingly colored,...

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Cobwebs

Cobwebs

Saanvi Tatipalli, Staff Writer September 3, 2021

Perhaps Humans are like spiders Living? Why, Yes Breathing? Why, Yes   Spinning and spinning  silky nets They trap? Why, yes They stick? Why, yes   Humans...

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Hedonism

Hedonism

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor August 31, 2021

I know that we only live tonight And sure, maybe tomorrow is a maybe A theoretical hypothetical possibility But is it too much to ask to fight You say you’ve given up Not because it’s hard because...

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Human Race

Human Race

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor April 25, 2021

I’ve always thought it funny That we call it the human race What, pray tell, are we running from?   And what, pray tell, Are we running for?   Tomorrow is the light...

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The suburbs

The suburbs

Maggie Craig, Associate Editor April 22, 2021

 Many suburban children have dreams of making it big Of leaving our slow suburban town. To get away from the white fences With their shiny faces and high school diplomas in hand The shiny...

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