Stealing

April 24, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Miles DeClue '18

Filed Under: Poetry, National Poetry Month, Poetry Month, StudentVoice, Student work, Student Writing, Poetry Festival

回家 Homecoming

April 23, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Ruofan (Cynthia) Wang '19

Filed Under: Poetry, National Poetry Month, Poetry Month, StudentVoice, Student work, Student Writing, Poetry Festival

Untitled Poem

January 17, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Ferima Islamyate

 

Unity,

Together we stand,

Against the greatest challenges,

That covers our light,

Regardless of race or personality,

Filed Under: Martin Luther King Jr, Poetry, anti-racism, Martin Luther King Day, Student work, Student Writing, Poem

The Future

January 16, 2018 by Guest Student Author

By Mia Mullings

Filed Under: Poetry, Martin Luther King Day, StudentVoice, Student work, Student Writing, Poem

As I began to ponder...

November 15, 2017 by Guest Student Author

(reflective poem written by Zinnia Hull '23 following an activity in Humanities 7 examining intersecting aspects of identity in different situations)

Filed Under: Poetry, intersectionality, identity, Student Writing

2017 Poetry Festival

April 17, 2017 by Guest Student Author

Three Prize-Winning Student Poems

Filed Under: Poetry, National Poetry Month, Poetry Month, Poetry Festival

Ingrained Pain

April 14, 2017 by Guest Student Author

by Miles DeClue '18

Filed Under: student voice, Poetry, National Poetry Month, Poetry Month, Student work, Student Writing

Twilight's Lullaby

April 14, 2017 by Guest Student Author

by Gwen Healy '19

Filed Under: student voice, Poetry, National Poetry Month, Student work, Student Writing

Choice vs. Chance

January 28, 2017 by Guest Student Author

by Micah (To'Londa) Torres '18. Performed in housemeeting on Martin Luther King Day. The quote that inspired it is included at the end.

Filed Under: Poetry, anti-racism, racism, Black Lives Matter

Cherished Imperfections

September 15, 2016 by Guest Student Author

(a poem by Amelia Opsahl '21, written for Karen Suchenski's Humanities 8 class)

I am from dusty New York Times newspapers in a precarious stack, displaced shoes and the smell of fried eggs.

Filed Under: Middle School, Poetry, Authentic self