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He Who is Birthed from Suicide’s Loins

Devin Debowski, a 17-year-old studying 3-D art at Idyllwild Arts Academy, delves into the dark with this collection of vignettes, poems, and items.

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Roll Your Tongue Back

Rebecca Cox shows the reader what it means to want.

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Where Violet Dies, Poisoned by Her Own Self-Hatred

Isaac Dwyer’s character suffers a violent death.

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The Thoughts of the Trees

Hailey Desprez, of Orange County High School of the Arts, where she studies theatre, shares with us a ballad of the woodlands.

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I Hope You Have Thought of Me

Kali White tells a story of loss and loneliness, providing a translation alongside her Spanish lyric.

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This You Have Learned

Someone is having a little existential crisis in Becky Hirsch’s poem “This You Have Learned.”

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You Are Everything

Dante writes a devotional ode to Everything.

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Mr. Chinaski

Rebecca Cox crafts a dialogue with Bukowski’s alter-ego.

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Sonnet # 7

The voice in Rebecca Cox’s poem saves a disintegrating lover.

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Dewdrops

Rebecca Cox’s lyric takes a dive farther than you’ve ever gone before.

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