In her poem, “Roots”, Katherine Mallory uses poignant imagery to explore the family dynamics and personal history.
Avery Lin describes a young, brilliant female character shunned by great forces. Through expansive imagery, the rosy lipped girl must find security in herself to fight the evil’s of the world
With fierce and vivid imagery, Laura Ospina develops themes of remembrance and struggle in her poem, “A Letter from Gloria.”
Sara Cao writes a self-portrait that deals with belonging, the mind, and the body with powerful and visceral poetic skill.
Ariel Kim uses expansive imagery in her poem “Mikrokosmos” studying the latin characteristics of the galaxy
In these two poems by Nathan Lee, visceral and natural imagery is employed to create an authentic picture of teenage life.
Caroline Coleman captures a vivid sense of yearning, nostalgia, pain, and beauty in her two gorgeously crafted poems, “graduation,” and “party portraits.”
In her three poems, Allison Stein uses visceral details and powerful imagery to paint compelling scenes and unforgettable characters.
In her beautifully crafted poem “Layers of Self,” Lauren Kim uses vivid language and powerful imagery to explore the self.
In her poem, Lynn Kong uses vivid language to reflect on and amplify the details in Paul Klee’s painting “Fish Magic.”