Self Love by Michelle L., Ava M., Georgia B. Based on the 5 Stages of Grief I: Denial I do love myself I swear that is not a lie It will be okay II: Anger I do love … Continue reading Self Love by Michelle L., Ava M., and Georgia B.
The Best Food by Ava M. Sizzle sizzle pop Your taste holds me like a spell Bacon my true love Continue reading The Best Food by Ava M.
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.
Get Out I whisper My head pounding My heart beating My breath speeding up faster and faster and faster until it stops And they are here And I can see them And they surround me Get out Get away I … Continue reading Please by Ava M.
Lost in a page It pulls her in She’s apart from this world Leaving us to wonder where she’s been Her eyes are stopped Blinking, moving, seeing nothing She’s frozen The climax is nearing She’s starting again Speeding … Continue reading Words by Ava M.
It was about 5 o’clock when Michelle Walsh walked through the door. Sherlock Holmes and I were at home, 221b Baker St, not doing much, when Ms. Walsh came in sobbing. This is what she told us; “My husband, Victor, … Continue reading In the Absence of Poison by Ava M.
‘I will love you until tomorrow And when tomorrow comes read this again.’ Tomorrow will always be there Waiting for the love To start once more For second chances to arrive And apologies to come Ready to be … Continue reading I will love you until tomorrow
When the crowd blends in When their faces merge to one, Stand out. When the sky turns grey And there is no sun, Shine bright. When there is silence And no mouth is moving, Be loud. When … Continue reading Be You by Ava M.
Rainy Day I am fourteen And my friends Still dance with me In the rain I still sing and play In the rain Others sit indoors Watching me Judging me Silently I try to catch the water … Continue reading I Am Fourteen by Mallory M., Rin Phoenix, and Ava M.
By Ava M. I am thirteen And my friends Still dance and laugh with me In the rain I still sing and play In the rain Others remain indoors Watching me Judging me Silently I try to … Continue reading Rainy Day