Elementia perfection



By Morgan Shaffer

She uncovers her eyes She’s dying inside. She’s starving from anticipation. So much food wasted. She paces the floor and drinks another glass of water. She’s hardcore. Her skin is tight. She’s starting to show, Sides of herself we’ve never seen before. She falls to the ground and no one hears a s

Quite simply, you are a parallel revolution

By Brooke Shippee

Life is a never-ending coil With twists and turns And you are the one thing that I did not count on.

You are the mistake in a waltz.

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Uniform Place

By Priya Jain

Even if the school desks Are perfectly aligned And the chairs evenly spaced And the walls precisely decorated And the white boards Sparkling white,

The Race

By Natalie Gartland

The start of the race isn’t always easy They say to just put one foot in front of the other Then repeat How can you repeat that when you’re racing to find yourself?


By Dennis Rothwell

You could be a picture Of gleaming perfection. Indeed, an orchestra, Of human without sin. The world at your whims, Subject to your knees, Yet you ask nothing of them, For every person sees, That you are perfect.

Ordinary School Girl

By Hridya Kakumanu

I am an ordinary school girl, I have homework, I have assignments, I have essays, and I have tests.

I have lots of things to do, lots of places to be, lots of goals to accomplish, lots of deadlines to make, and lots of things to think about.

Perfect Me

By Esther Lee

I am a perfectionist. Even a simple task will take me a long time to complete. I often overdo things and when something is not faultless, I will hate it. I never turn in a project that isn’t exactly the way I want it.


By Rylee Wilson

Who am I?      I am a puzzle.