I refuse To be abused By a society based off numbers on tests By politicians who chose to ignore our protests, Where a church or a school Can be a battlefield, too, Where a man was slain Killer devoid of chains, Where a solution is a dream, No more than a gleam Of hope in … Continue reading I Refuse by Noa Nadler
In a hidden cave of flesh, she built life,
Sculpted bones and molded muscles,
Encased them in a shell made
Out of her–small, delicate, and white. Continue reading Fairy Tern – Claire Deng
I was handed to you in my tender teens.
My innocence robbed and pillaged in many dark nights. Continue reading The Dream – Tito Garcia
Sometimes, I worry about coming to school.
I worry because of what happened in
Parkland, Continue reading A Death Sentence – Michael Lipof
I have a fish stuck in my throat.
It thrashes too much, Continue reading Fish – Claire Deng
He loves me, He loves me not Continue reading Daisy Love — Talia Vyadro
Remember the warmth of that summer rain home