End- Day Twenty-Two of NaPoWriMo

I know her, I watched her grow While she brought light in doom The rest of the world felt betrayed. I listened to the rhythm of her words I tasted the bitterness in her voice Standing there all alone, I witnessed her fall; An innocent child full of hope. A teen looking for answers, A... Continue Reading →

A Letter to Jane Austen

Dear Jane, I was thirteen when I was given my first copy of Pride and Prejudice. It was bent on the edges, and the pages had turned yellow with time.  What I had first thought would be just another period novel soon turned into an intrepid journey of a young woman battling against the hackneyed... Continue Reading →

Revels Through the Eyes of A First Year

Revels—it has been a roller coaster of experiences and emotions. I have never witnessed such a marvel of a college fest in my life. These four days were undoubtedly one of the most memorable moments of my novice year. A multitude of people bear witness to the marvelous fest period; for each orb views the... Continue Reading →

You Too

  Your reticence hurts my ears, but not as much as it was hurting my heart. With the silence, I know you heard it. The many shards of my heart, sharp as glass, unappealing. As each day passed by, my hands reached for the pieces. They pierced my skin, as I desperately tried to place... Continue Reading →

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