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I Would Say...

By Hannah Jenkins

I would say that by noon my Heart really knew my purpose My goals, the plan for rescue. I would say that it’s better To never regret, never take back, Try not to be a brat. I know that life is better when One is not alone. Imagination without God Is a living dead zone. Reacting instead of listeni


Cherry Lies

By Abby Harrison

The people in my world are all for free speech so long as it’s not mine. Stemmed from a mind of national concern, it hardly counts as an emergency when I try to dig my nails into the glass separating me from the world and tear them apart. Waiting for pity or strength to release me so long as no o


An Outsider

By Alyx Delgado

My outside a shy, colorless human being Soft spoken and gentle as can be How I appear “perfect” and “flawless” as can be. However my only flaw may be how I have another person Wanting to be set free...


Truth

By Maddie Miguel

Truth is lost in our society. It’s constantly altered into lies that we all think is true but isn’t. Truth, although harshly real, is transformed into gossip confusing its listeners. Sliding off the tongues of well trained liars


Life in a Swamp of Lies

By Brandon Rainwater

Never wanted to be proven wrong Even when trapped in a corner Heart thumping; Knee's quivering; Lip's trembling; As my mind races to cover up yet another

What started out as one little innocent white lie Has splintered out into uncountable amounts


Surfacing

By Jaden Gragg

There is so much beneath the surface of what we are being told, like cream rising to the top of milk, like layers in the ocean, like light filtering in only through the top. The rest is inky darkness, so much life and truth swirling beneath the surface.