Buddy The Squirrel
January 20, 2018
A Human Infinity
George Jameson Courville - Editor-in-Chief
November 9, 2017
April 9, 2017
The New Dichotomy
Two Sonnets for Michael Brown
Kind-of A Cinderella Story
Live Lit: That Time I Tried To Read A Personal Essay Out Loud in Front of Other People
November 25, 2016
Orange. Red. Brown. Dead.
The papery skins on which we tread
Are as cold and as dry as the air
Through which they float and fly. Beware
The coming chill; the time is nigh
For all things rooted down to die.
Those barren, woody skeletons
Will soon be here. As it begins
We’ll watch the world burn then fade
From red and orange to blue and grey,
But worry not. Life isn’t over;
For death is the beauty of October.
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