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  • The Special Things

    By Francesca Pieroni ’23  The special things The little things The little special things That make my life better My mom My dad My English teacher Who taught me to write this poem My coaches My friends My brother Who taught me to love on a whole new level The special things The stained things […]

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  • Backyard

    By Karen Jie ’21 The Backyard is the sort of place you would categorize as curious. A flock of birds chirp every morning as soon as the sun rises and every Monday, a man walks out of the house to roll out a big, green box that waits in the front yard for a big, […]

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  • Missing Home

    By Lily Zacheis ’21 Home for me used to be something whole. Something that would always remain unchanged, a secure place, a safe haven. I never really expected that to change, and I didn’t think I would mind if it did. But I was wrong. It seems I’m always wrong these days. Nearly three years […]

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  • Hopeless Dog

    By Ethan Pieroni ’22 I have a bad situation A dog. A German Shephard To protect the house. This dog Our lifeline to safety.   We drove For half a day To get this dog Named Jimmy. He was traumatized By the time We get home. Being whisked away From everything he knew from birth. […]

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  • Being Left Alone

    By Jane Lui ’21   I’m back, After missing them for years. Traces of them litter the floor- I can’t control my tears.   I’m home! I holler Into the stuffy, dry rooms. No one replies It’s as quiet as a tomb.   Why did you leave? I wonder, destroying dust clouds. What happened to […]

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  • Home

    By Elisa Acuña ’22 Home. Somewhere you never thought would change but one little thing could cause the greatest impact. I never realized how lucky I was to have her with me everyday until she was gone. She might not have been gone forever, but after being with someone all your life it sure seems […]

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  • Missing Home

    Piece by Lily Zacheis ’21.  Home for me used to be something whole. Something that would always remain unchanged, a secure place, a safe haven. I never really expected that to change, and I didn’t think I would mind if it did. But I was wrong. It seems I’m always wrong these days. Nearly three […]

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  • Red and Gold

    Story by Karen Jie ’21 It was winter. Bitter. Cold. Wind blew through the town, biting everyone in its path and giving them sickness. Not everyone survived. Not everyone was strong. But none could withstand it. Winter was too harsh that year. I remember. A girl, too young to be left behind, lived on the […]