Cha-Ching

Ava Ferrise

February 28, 2019

Filed under Literary Magazine, Poems

I see your signs on my walls. You demand to exist more, But there’s nothing I can do. High demand, low supply. I lounge in poverty and isolation. He works all night and day. I live alone, afraid of the world, So I ...

The Pool

Melanie Gunin

February 22, 2019

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All day long at the pool, Instead of at school. I'm having so much fun, Instead of getting work done. All day long I'm tanning,  Instead of my planning.  I need a lot of rest,  Because I did my best.  I am certain ...

The Storm

Sarah Kaplan

February 22, 2019

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The storm was steady with the rain People went by it on the train  The storm moved slowly  But increased quickly  People watching it from a plane  The kids jumped around  Their clothes turning brown  The day was c...

Clock Shop

Christpher Zhuo

February 22, 2019

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A shop was present in the middle of the woods Clocks were sold when the manager was in the mood Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick Tock The sound was the sound that came every day There were all types of clocks, to keep you at bay Ti...

One In A Million

Amanda Lopez

April 9, 2016

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Amanda Lopez I’ve always been told I’m just one in a Million, one of those that stick out like A sore thumb on somebody that wears Their scars with pride. But I’m not a scar. I’ve always been told that...

You’ll Be Okay

Amanda Lopez

April 9, 2016

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Amanda Lopez You’ll be okay. Tell the evils you’ll rue the day. When they try to bring you down, Show them you can turn the situation Around. And when they try to take you down, Don’t worry, the sol...

Solitude

Jessica Filippo, Author

January 5, 2016

Filed under Poems

I find something beautifully soothing about watching headlights drive south from a bus window. I enjoy reading books and gazing out the window when the weather matches my mood. I believe there is something romantically poetic...

My Bag

Marissa Klass

December 9, 2015

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Marissa Klass It started out as a literal chip on my shoulder a heavy bag carrying all my dreams, my fate resting on my  weak body. I took my bag everywhere, as if it were my second skin, I felt empty without ...

Fever Dream

Lily Gilston

December 9, 2015

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 Lily Gilston Burning blue, violet fire electrifies my veins and my brain. When the sky flakes and the clouds fall, black to green to brown haze, I’ll wake up, skin red and cold, heart beating slowly, amplified, h...

Amen

Kiira Jeffers

December 4, 2015

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Kiira Jeffers Early morn’, awake when her body says sleep. Mom drives her and her siblings to the church. Where they sit and learn how they are just sheep, But they’ve already been saved, no need to lurch To...

A Walk In The Park

Bianca Broglia

December 4, 2015

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Bianca Broglia As the gravel crunches under my feet, Low-baring branches swinging in the breeze. Rocks line the path where the water will meet. White fluffy clouds in the sky blow with ease. With moisture suffocating the...

Poetry and Prose

Trisha Basak

December 3, 2015

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Trisha Basak Joyce, you speak? Shelley is infinitesimal Blake, In Rockland And Milton too, to the grave There I find Browning and Browning, hand in hand Happily but speaking to a neighboring Eliot, who...

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