Greater Dreams (Pt. 1) By Pencap The school day was over, and dozens of children flooded out of the gates and into the park. The sun was emerging from a veil of exhausted clouds. The glistening ground embraced the sun … Continue reading Greater Dreams (Pt. 1)
Today when I woke up, I was sick. My dough felt hard, my icing was soggy and my sprinkles were falling off. “Choco, you don’t look so good… Are you okay?” my younger sister, Doubs, asked me. “No, not … Continue reading Double Chocolate Donut: Less Chocolaty by Choco
It was about 4 in the afternoon when Sherlock got an urgent request for a meeting by the police. It was no rarity that the police were in need of help. Sherlock had dealt with them more than just often. … Continue reading Diamonds in the Sky by Marcus H.
There once was a girl named Pam Who loved to eat lots of ham She went to a farm, And cut off her arm, And now she’s in a can of spam Continue reading Pam’s Spam by Michelle L. & G.R.
“So, tell me about Amy,” she stated warmly, accompanied by a sincere smile. “I met Amy when I was ten. It was during this dark period in my life when I started falling into depression, burying myself deeper and deeper … Continue reading My Best Friend Amy by Angel Ye
Remember by Avrel F. nostalgia has become a friend of mine I take memory lane more than any other road a simple walk triggers a flood of memories conversations play back to me and I continue to press play my … Continue reading Remember by Avrel F.
In The Shadows of Skyscrapers By Kyle Vavasour Chapter 1, A Brave New World Buildings reached towards the sky like giants of concrete and steel, the dull colours only contrasted by the bright pinks and reds of the neon shopfronts. … Continue reading In The Shadows of Skyscrapers by Kyle V.
In 1955, Camus prefaced The Stranger and remarked that Meursault is “the only Christ we deserve”. The Stranger by Albert Camus is a philosophical novel concerning the Absurd: the conflict between human tendency to seek inherent value and meaning in … Continue reading Embrace the Absurd by Joy Z.
Her name was Kolai. She was ice, with a fire behind her eyes. Her age was a foggy number, hidden with makeup and lies. Perhaps late twenties, but it was difficult to be sure. She was candy; sweet and … Continue reading Kolai by Ava M.
Miscarry Avrel F. A Poem About Audrey Hepburn I feel empty but I continue on with my life because there are people rooting for me cheering from the sidelines, filled with a terrible mix of envy and love If only … Continue reading Miscarry by Avrel F.