By ELLA FITZPATRICK Home is like a charted map. You can follow it room to room. Discovering each memory. Which lights were always out. Where my brother dug holes to … Continue reading Poem: East Valley student reflects on childhood in Redlands
By BRANDON SAGLAM Memorable Goodbye I fear to see the day when I say goodbye, I fear to see the day when you might cry, I fear to see the … Continue reading Poem: Memorable Goodbye
By BRANDON SAGLAM “American Spirit” We all began after cell division,Eventually we would all gain our vision,So one day we could make our decisions,But that may be cut short by … Continue reading Poem: “American Spirit”
By W. PARKER LUITWIELER Hello blue and orange looking down on me Only able to see The form of thee With no eyes to judge And no hands … Continue reading Blue and Orange
Poem by W. PARKER LUITWIELER
Dope. By CAROLINA SANCHEZ, Sports Editor “The caged bird sings with a fearful trill of things unknown but longed for still and his tune … Continue reading Do you know what freedom means?
By ZOË MYERS Shoulders Something magnificent catches my eye Glistening in the distance I am suddenly overwhelmed. Frozen. It consumes me I can no longer accumulate my thoughts. I am … Continue reading A poem: Shoulders