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A Boy and His Bird

A Boy and His Bird

Grace Wood, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


Filed under Literature, Showcase

There are two things to remember about for this story: it’s about an ill-fated boy and the bird. The boy had dangerous silver eyes, hair like a raven’s feathers and dark clothes which were strange, foreign. The bird, however, radiated a light atmosphere. It was white, pure, and I wanted to draw closer...

However

However

Eden Dunford, Poetry Editor

May 8, 2015


Filed under Literature, Showcase

However, do little bits of syrup and sticks flitter homeward nest after mom has left? If no, why do little birds with creaky joints stretch out maws to release saccharine caws? Those sweet grandkids who return to feathered bone homes

Being a Bird

Being a Bird

Kristin Iler, Staff Writer

March 12, 2015


Filed under Literature, Showcase

I observe dawn break into a vivid sky of the deepest watercolor blues you can imagine, To think that I am gazing at wonders of Earth, And asking how it happened. I admire the perching birds singing their glorious melodies, They seem to carry the songs within their wings. Without a doubt,...

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