BY GABRIELLE GALCHEN Message to the Status Quo She’s just walking through the street but all she hears is Woman! Woman? Her mind is an oak tree, leaves tickle your … Continue reading →
BY JAYOLA REID i. I wish I could touch your mouth that is pouring out blood. I wish I could feel the tenderness of your wrists from the tight handcuffs. … Continue reading →
BY CALLIE WILSON About the Author Callie Wilson is a 16 year old writer from North Carolina.
BY ADITYA AGGARWAL Salad Days is a poem discussing the lessons I’velearned throughout my childhood. Around the middle ofthe poem, I provide a single lesson that has changed mylife profoundly. … Continue reading →
BY ADELA XHEZA The first words that Nonna said when I was born was “questo è in fiamme.” This one is on fire. We all thought that she was talking … Continue reading →