Creative Writing

A Guide to Elevator Rides

By Jude Casimir   step into the dim the narrow the slow, the crawling, the shadowy   and remember how in elementary school you’d have buddies, how they’d ease the always-fear of stopping suddenly, suspended […]

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WSU Haikus

By Nicole O’Connell   Fall The strong winds shake trees While classes shake minds still in Their summertime mode   Winter Snow days offer you Time to catch up on homework Or…procrastinate   Spring Snow […]

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Eyes

By Rachael Berthiaume   Big, brown, beautiful eyes. “My mom said they are the color of mud” he says   Look deeper   “I think they look like chocolate” I say pure, honest, good for […]

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Sunshine

By Rachael Berthiaume   Hits my face I think of daffodils and cute socks eyes, squint I am not tired I am happiness it glistens in my eyes sunshine

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About You

By Jude Casimir   Today, I tried to take a picture of you so that I could remember you and how you made me feel happy and cool and important and just better about myself […]

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Youth

By Luke Cai   But me?  You cannot touch,  I will not approach.  Old Age and Death  are too far away.   The apocryphal and gallant manners of old are cast aside, Palliated by good credit, loans, […]

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Good Morning

By Jude Casimir   the thing about being bone-crushingly sad at 1:30 in the morning is that everyone else is sleeping so you can’t go into the kitchen to eat your feelings nor can you […]

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Fight

By Jude Casimir   you taught me to be a fighter, to readily stand up against whatever, plant my feet, dodge, throw punches, it’s all in the wrist, all in the twist but you omitted […]