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“Lincoln’s Promise Still Remains”

“Lincoln’s Promise Still Remains”

May 23, 2016
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Lincoln’s Promise Still Remains Lincoln’s promise to the veterans and their families is something that, at the time, was not only a thought of happiness, but a thought of sadness. Both the Civil War and slavery were at their end where the United States and the Confederate States of America fought over s...

“Dearest Congress”

“Dearest Congress”

May 23, 2016
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Dearest Congress My Dearest Congress, Where is your progress? You are not smart or funny You just take all of our money You argue all day And we have no say And you constantly raise Your own stinkin' pay   You do not wear wigs, And that makes me sad, But the re...

“Bow to Your Overlords”

“Bow to Your Overlords”

May 23, 2016
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Bow to Your Overlords Dogs have owners Cats have Staff The Egyptians worshiped cats They worshipped dogs as well But cats are still worshipped Ain’t that swell? Cats are independent Dogs are just needy Although Cats will glare at you If you call them sweetie. Ca...

“An Unnecessarily Long…” and “Seen”

“An Unnecessarily Long…” and “Seen”

May 23, 2016
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An Unnecessarily Long and Pointless Title for an Equally Long and Pointless Statement Which Comprises of Only One Measly Sentence This sentence is made up of one hundred words of various lengths and difficulties set in a superfluous and unnecessary manner which will likely -and hopefully- bemuse an...

“Love,” “Museum,” and “Stained Glass”

“Love,” “Museum,” and “Stained Glass”

May 23, 2016
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Love                                                                                          Love; it’s like the sun shining through the clouds, or peeking through the windows, and warming your soul. - kristi smith   Museum My heart is a museum, Showcasing the one...

“Fiery Love”

“Fiery Love”

May 23, 2016
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   Fiery Love you say you’re a flame, but I want a fire. I want to be ignited; ignited with passion, ignited by desire. baby, I want to be engulfed in your flames. consume me, make me burn bright from your love. -kristi smith  ...

“These Are the Eyes of Age”

“These Are the Eyes of Age”

May 23, 2016
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These Are the Eyes of Age “Age is but a number,” is what they say But with age comes experience and you’re less led astray Cringe at my wrinkles and my lack of hair But don’t be frightened by my sharp stare These you see, are the eyes that care. - Jeff Brady...

Granite

Granite

Jacob Machulcz
May 22, 2015
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Granite The eyes of the man I face follow mine Skimming the names etched in time Black granite carved in a perfect line Millions of men who went­­ before their time Into the furnace they were thrown Prepared to die, prepared to go Brothers who cried their battle song And...

All of the Clouds

Maddie Graham
May 22, 2015
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  How can you be sombre on this beautiful day All of the clouds cover the sun making the sky a lovely grey   The moon is away All of the stars are at home and they won't come out to play But that's okay   All of the trees are bare, bare in their ...

To Dream A Better School

To Dream A Better School

John Whitesell
May 22, 2015
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To Dream a Better School by John Whitesell Being a privately owned but publicly accessible high school owned by a natural gas company, and across the street from a Renaissance Faire, Chivalry High School, in Ironstone, Pennsylvania, was a barely-typical high school with a lot of quirks, and wh...

Where No One Goes

Where No One Goes

Kat Quinn
May 22, 2015
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Where No One Goes by Kat Quinn   Soaring through the sky, Carried on the wind. Floating through the clouds, Reaching for the sun.   Climbing in the atmosphere, The wind upon my face, Soaring through the stratosphere, With elegance and grace.   Ridin...

We Beat A Giant

Kat Quinn
May 22, 2015
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We Beat a Giant   Small, so small, but very brave, So full of heart that little Dave,   His home was threatened, causing fear, But he just went and got his gear.   Three smooth stones from a river bed And the giant reared its ugly head.   He swung his slingshot round...

The Future for Nasica Minor

Emma Gruner
May 22, 2015
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The sun was shining brightly by the time Nasica Minor and her mother arrived at the village. Nasica had rarely gone to the markets, and despite her unpleasant mood, she couldn’t help but admire her surroundings. Her mother introduced the shops as Nasica nodded absentmindedly. “Ah, here’s an...

“The Planets” by Anonymous

Ms. Cieslewicz, Adviser
June 2, 2014
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He yawned and adjusted as comfortably as possible to lie on his back, silky white hair tickling his cheek. Ahhh peace and a nice cool bed- FLASH - Read More »...

“Bravery” by Sarah Jackson

Ms. Cieslewicz, Adviser
June 2, 2014
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Bravery isn’t how strong you are, It’s not how far you’ve gone. Bravery is what pulled you there. Bravery is the strength inside that pushed you. Bravery is not the fear you overcame, But it is the ability to do so. It isn’t how many times you try, It is the will to try any...

“Retreat” by Anonymous

Ms. Cieslewicz, Adviser
June 2, 2014
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Why would one chose to go back? The past has never been repeated, Except in memory...   Read More »...

“Moonlight” by Katie Quinn

Ms. Cieslewicz, Adviser
June 2, 2014
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Sitting on the window seat at midnight, The moonbeams dancing on my skin, I hold out my hand to catch the beams and hold them... Read More »...

“Defeat” by Lily Yoakum

Ms. Cieslewicz, Adviser
June 2, 2014
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Close your eyes, nothing more. Don’t think, don’t move, Dream or hope, Neither nor. Read More »...

“Procrastination” by Michael Younkin

Ms. Cieslewicz, Adviser
June 2, 2014
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To do it now Or to do it later, Because now I have something great But later, there might be something better. Read More »...

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