Tag Archives: Poetry

Adultolescence: A Money Grab for a Social Media-Crazed Generation

Kalista Puhnaty takes a look at Adultolescence, and why the poetry collection isn’t worth picking up.

Read More 0 Comments

Baptized in Fire

In “Baptized in Fire” Cole Kissam contemplates the self through religion and music.

Read More 0 Comments

Solitude

In “Solitude”, Lu Yuan uses images of nature to explore the solitude of the self.

Read More 0 Comments

Two Poems By Asha Marie

In “Dinner” and “Blue,” Asha Marie uses powerful imagery to explore family and the self.

Read More 0 Comments

Akimbo

Lily Sickles provides the reader a rush of images and movements centered around the word “Akimbo.”

Read More 0 Comments

Listen, when I say

Chester Wilson writes a series of unusual images that captivate the reader.

Read More 0 Comments

Two Poems by Elena Rielinger

Elena Rielinger analyzes her relationship with apples and examines the personality of a coffee drink.

Read More 0 Comments

Two Poems by Amelia Van Donsel

Van Donsel’s pieces explores grand American imagery and poetry itself.

Read More 0 Comments

Wednesday

Grace Meyer’s piece depicts the melancholic demise of a friendship.

Read More 1 Comment

The First Real Funeral

Emma Crockford explores the connection between mourning and childhood, through the alluring analogy of snake skin.

Read More 0 Comments