A “Poe”-tic Mascot

A “Poe”-tic Mascot

November 3, 2013

The Beauty in Nature

Kayleigh Caswell

May 8, 2012

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I walk through the grass, observing my surroundings. The beautiful flowers and trees are my guides. Cherry Blossoms, Tulips, Magnolias, Violets, Daffodils, and many more. The different varieties, size, and colors are... Read more »

Let There Be Light Contest Winners!

Caroline Cassard, A&E editor

March 16, 2012

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We asked both middle level and high school students to submit their writing and works of art which apply to this year's theme, "Let There Be Light." The winners of this contest are Erin Caubo, for her poem, "Flicker of Light"... Read more »

“This is Just to Say” Parody Winner!

Charlotte Scheper

February 8, 2012

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Ms. Veresink, parallel teacher, gave her students the opportunity to write a parody of William Carlos Williams' "This is Just to Say."  The winning parody is below. I have refused to write the parody you have assigned and... Read more »

Holocaust by Anna Hiser

January 25, 2012

Filed under A & E, Lifestyle

I weep and I plead But you will not hear I beg for my God That He might interfere Please spare my children Please spare my wife Have you no heart? No regard for life? Are you still human After all you've done? Or is... Read more »

A Sonnet of Love by Onaedo Onejeme.

January 24, 2012

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The seeking touch of a familiar hand And a welcoming smile with no strings attached Withstand the test of time and its running sand: Love’s message in spite of the silence dispatched. Love... Read more »

Haiku by Erin Caubo

January 24, 2012

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Sunsets Tranquil, blinding glow The sun is now going down Pink-orange streaks above Sand Little, tiny rocks Coarse and rough against your feet Covering the beach Palm Trees Palm... Read more »

Aryan Eye by Claire Dockman

December 8, 2011

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This wondrous day will be soon complete The sun sets in the North, may it rise in the East? Will soon the greatest be the least? What's contained be released? Your gentleman a beast?   The thick haze of... Read more »

Losing Friends is Like Losing Coins

October 26, 2011

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Losing friends is like losing coins. Some you notice immediately; And others you never seem to miss; And even more were never yours to keep. Some are jarred from your hands; And others you give away; And even... Read more »

The End of Summer

October 26, 2011

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The summer sun, it fades away Into the gray Of winter. The nights are longer And the people, they hunger For the light of the days Of summer. -Shannon O'Toole 2012

The Crocuses Have Awakened

October 26, 2011

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The crocuses have awakened. The first daughters of Spring have arrived:   White as a token to Old Man Winter, Whom Spring, that sprightly girl, So stealthily and abruptly unthroned;   Yellow as an... Read more »

The Story Has No End

October 26, 2011

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The Story has no end, yet The Story has no high point, unless you’re dead The beginning of the Story is unclear, so far The Story is life. Life is filled with wonder and certainty, Life is the start and the close, The... Read more »