by Jake Thompson sometimes I just wanna throw a brick across the room see what happens— glass shattering, exploding everywhere glistening blue shards littering the floor ubiquitously … Read more “Ubiquitous Destruction”
by Lea Prough blood smells of old Italian operas and children’s lollipops dark green and brown uniforms litter the ground steely eyed soldiers wear blank, listless expressions… Read more ““War””
by Jake Silvers Hauling and crawling before my time’s done Seeing the trees and the buildings I thought it’d be fun. The rain shot down and I… Read more “Ubiquitous Rain”
by Myles Krull Firearms, owners and enthusiasts under public scrutiny But for no good reason When all we hear about is the lives lost We don’t hear… Read more “Firearm Activism”
by Jiyen Northan You’d think that in this time When we can say anything To anyone- Anywhere- We would all get along Sadly no Sadly we sit… Read more “Misunderstandings”
by Jake Silvers I sat in comfort not thinking but as I experienced the one thing I shouldn’t have to in my own house. As Rhetoric from… Read more “Lost Composure”
by Oli Hohman You are someone. Just someone. You serve a purpose. But not anything more. You’re seen as transparent. Why can’t I be?