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Enloe Eagle's Eye

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Enloe Eagle's Eye

Racism Pie

Racism Pie

Aeiress Stancil, Staff Writer February 1, 2023

Ingredients Filling: A few too many Bad Apples 2 heaping cups of Ignorance 5 TBSPs of Self-righteousness 3.5 pounds of pure Hate ¾ cup of Fear A pinch Arrogance Crust: 9 oz. of Colonization 1...

What Role to Play

What Role to Play

Marlene Penaloza Gonzalez, Staff Writer January 25, 2023

Everyone plays a role In this movie called life. Yet I can’t seem to find My role.   Perhaps I am not meant for any Role. Background character? No, that doesn’t seem right. Is...

Letters to Strangers

Letters to Strangers

Ellie Maguire, Staff Writer January 17, 2023

A collection of words regarding those we have yet to call friends   Surgery in the supermarket    The loneliness hit me on that particular day; When driving home I realized my mouth...

Fruits of his Labor

Fruits of his Labor

Kelley Calvillo, Staff Writer December 20, 2022

I rot as I ripen. A brown apple on the ground that used to swell with juice in every crevice.  I will be wrinkled and dry, and who will love me then?   He slips a lock of my hair  between...

Generational Memories

Generational Memories

Elizabeth Sobel, Staff Writer December 20, 2022

I rarely wear them. The clasp gets jammed and the string is worn, But the shiny eyes remind me of her— Of all of them—the women that came before, So I persist until the pieces sigh together.   Mama...

Three Old Men

Three Old Men

Dae Borg, Executive Editor December 15, 2022

Three old men live in my house, Their presence I can't deny. Although they’re ignored And often very bored, They never cease to abide.   Three old men live in my house, One...

Sandy Roads

Sandy Roads

Audrey Weaver, Staff Writer December 2, 2022

The sun was merciless today. It was a challenge to keep her eyes open and even more so to put one foot in front of the other. Mama would be mad at her if she was late again but what could she do? Walking...

Fat Toad

Fat Toad

Raghav Arun, Guest Writer November 29, 2022

I saw a fat toad on my doorstep. It spoke to me in its toad words:   “Would you care to dance?” And I of course obliged.   A pirouette by me A hop by the fat toad   Movements...

My Key to Your Kingdom

My Key to Your Kingdom

Marlene Penaloza Gonzalez, Staff Writer November 13, 2022

May I come in even just for a bit?  You don't have to engage with me.  I just want to be a part of your kingdom. As long as I'm visible I’ll be fine.    I say that but I’m still...

Dear You: The Middle

Dear You: The Middle

Sam Heyl, Opinion and Creative Writing Editor October 28, 2022

Dear you,  For four years, I’ve witnessed a peculiar tradition. One in which the oldest, bravest, or wisest of us leave in this plethora of words and meanings a piece of advice, hidden in the harrowing...

In the Bazillions and Other Short Poems

In the Bazillions and Other Short Poems

Chloe Yuastella, Staff Writer October 19, 2022

In the bazillions…   Collected works of far away poets, no one Remembers sitting atop my chest and Effectively crushing everything beneath it. There’s muscle tearing and blood squelching As...

sisterhood

sisterhood

Elina Perera, Staff Writer October 19, 2022

We could never be sisters, I tell you. You have been my friend for nearly a decade. Before and after this conversation, every memory I have will be imbued with you, a reminder that we love each other...

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