Creative Writing, Life

Seeing Orion’s belt

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Before we started as freshman in high school, my class was sent on a weekend trip outside of New York City. It was then that I got to know my best friend and several other […]

Creative Writing

Vonnegut’s Rules

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 Kurt Vonnegut was one of my favorite writers when I was in high school, so I trust his judgement on writing a little bit. The following tips are taken from the “Self-Assessment” section of the wiki on […]

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Hands

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                    You, who lets three coins strike the counter                    because you are afraid to feel the dirt caked in […]

Creative Writing

Night

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I write consciously when water taps to mark each sleepless moment   when curtains can’t contain the flame of a full moon nor the glare of the street lamps.   I write when impulse overwhelms sleep and verbs float […]

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topography

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you test the edges with your foot and find out how far you can tip-toe around the flora before you catch the fear of falling and your tired shoes release themselves over to the force of […]

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Treading water

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“The Great Wave” by Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai The ocean’s waves pulse pulse against my body. The water is cold and unapologetic. You sit on the sand and gaze gaze at shells that might be […]

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venom

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see: flickr.com/yevkusa It was just a thought. One that struck me so hard, I felt it through my chest. So hard that it took my breath away.The music wrapped around my throat like a snake, […]

Creative Writing, Life

My Voice

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Senior year of high school fills my mind with endless memories. Even though many years have gone by, there’s one week from that winter that still pinches my memory. I was unlucky enough to catch […]

Creative Writing, Life

Art:

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We who write, paint, draw, dance, speak take pride in creating “art”. Creation implies something new, but maybe it’s only a novel way of saying the familiar, perceiving the norm. You grow something beautiful out […]