“Good morning. Not sorry to wake you up, so let me kill you,” I say, readying my sword. It charges at me. It must have understood. I only now realize that this Imp has ridiculously large fists. It continuously slams … Continue reading Divine Warrior Part 5 by Rin Phoenix
Note: These are a few poems selected from a poetry book I wrote for someone special to me – Sydney B. Words of love spill out of my mouth, Jumbling up like a puzzle. Thus I resort to my … Continue reading My Everything by Sydney B.
Haikus are my voice I can’t say anything else Send help to me please Continue reading Horrible Haikus Vol. 4 by Michelle L.
Looking down at my city from this plane, At last I’ve come to realize something. That from afar everything seems plain, But once you’re closer you see hidden things. The ocean’s surface glistens like a gem, It stretches far … Continue reading From Afar by Alice Y.
Frogs are the future Let’s eat them all for dinner Save all the chickens! Continue reading The Future is Frog by Makayla W.
THE CHASE when i was 12 i chased after the new boy next door only to stop and fear when he returned my affections and the liking is gone replaced by annoyance and disgust they say the fun is in … Continue reading Roses with Thorns: A Collection of Poems by hederahelix
*This is based on the stories of five Residential School survivors. This short story is meant as an informative and respectful reflection of their lives and contains sensitive material regarding the experiences of those Residential School survivors. I love my … Continue reading i was waaseyaa
“I don’t think I can do this.” I uttered with my voice trembling, ready to accept defeat. “Noah Oliver Williams! Have you no dignity? After countless days of perfecting our techniques, staying late hours, and getting back up after … Continue reading Rumour Has It by Michelle L.
The dimly lit streets of Bellbary were filled with excited children in bright costumes today. Families spent time and effort covering their houses with cobwebs, accessorizing their doorsteps with skulls, and carving out Jack-O-Lanterns to display on their front porch. … Continue reading Little Oli’s Halloween By Alice Y.
une écharpe, une paire de moufles sortir dans l’air froid et pénétrant le vent enveloppe mon visage nu la nouvelle neige est cotonneuse comme la des nuées dans le sol les arbres sont denudes les feuilles et les fleurs disparurent … Continue reading la neige by Crystal Lin