Apotheosis

U.S.S Alabama by Em Paquette ’19

May 1, 2019

U.S.S Alabama Tufts of dust cluster in the ten corners of the locker room. With time, the granules of dust pack themselves more tightly into the crooks, and the loose molecules fall away to get swept into the air to float, ...

What Music Does by Em Paquette ’19

May 1, 2019

What Music Does Jerking pain flows up through my leg as my body rejects the thought of a soft landing off of my balance beam. It was no balance beam, of course, it was only the arm of the couch that I had been standing on. ...

Little Successes by Matt Nachbor ’20

May 1, 2019

Little Successes This morning I was successful. I achieved success in brushing my teeth, in eating the small, unhealthy breakfast of eggo waffles smothered in butter and syrup, and in successfully arriving to school on time. L...

Letter to Self by Julio Marin-Beltran ’19

May 1, 2019

Call your mother. Seriously, call her without reason, don't wait until it’s Mother’s Day, or because you have something new to tell her, call simply because it’s the last thing she's expecting from you. Call her, I'm sure...

Doubt by Sarah Corneliuson ’20

May 1, 2019

Doubt Doubt. Its claws gouge deep into his mind, his body, his heart. Its shadowy presence suffocates his thoughts, his words, his actions. Its soft murmurs push away his friends, his hobbies, his acquaintances. It summons ...

Quiet Drive by Anna Shurson ’19

March 19, 2019

Quiet Drive It’s 12:33a.m. It’s pitch black outside. The sound of two fans on full speed and music posters rustling from the wind of the fans are the only things the girl can hear. Her eyes and lips are dried and swollen...