This month's collection of wonderful short stories and poems keeps it real and small by focusing on the small moments between humans, animals and nature and how we can find ourselves within them. Its useful to pause, take a deep breath and look at the small picture sometimes- especially when there is a lot of chaos and stress around us. Please enjoy and I hope you all are doing well!
Warm you heart this winter with this lovely
story about 2 girls and a cat. And remember that
even a small decision can be enough to make a
This short poem is filled with such great imagery!
It focuses on walking along the pier in the rain and
it perfectly wraps up this months collection of
short stories and poem focusing on small moments.
We haven't posted in quite a while but I hope we can make it up to you with all the lovely pieces we have for this issue. The writing on each of these pieces is so touching and hauntingly beautiful and our artists/photographers have all done a great job! Also this was our first issue where we had our vice presidents help out with the layout so I'd like to thank them for their work!
The imagery in this piece is amazing! Sonia explores the winter look outside a window. Includes cities, mirrors, water and ships.
Head on to out ART & PHOTO department to check out these cool pics of graffiti and posters from around the city. Try to make out all the messages written on the walls!
Art by Lea Shvarts
The ripples of meaning the words of this concise poem create are sure to thrill and awe you.
Spooky scary skeletons sending shivers down your spine...as well as some of our newest works. Check out these creepy pieces.
From our Writing Department:
Your Name- Jessica Jiang
A poem inspired by the Taki’s and Mitsuha’s reunion in the anime movie, Your Name.
Hopelessness Is...- Luna
Luna describes hopelessness in this poem through an exploration of all its hues and what they represent.
Ghosts- Blue Lemon
A short and mysterious poem.
A Thought- Anonymous
Can your imagination be a curse?
A deeply touching take on negative relationships and self worth.
Her Matters- Grace Ye
A jumble of personal thoughts weaving a beautiful narrative.
Mirror, Mirror On My Wall- Irene Hao
A haunting story about a mirror.
From our Art & Photo Department: