Tag: poetry

the woman in the attic

the woman in the attic

Catherine Pabalate is a UNC sophomore studying English and comparative literature, biology, and medical anthropology.

underwater picnic

underwater picnic

Dianne Celemen is a sophomore at UNC. She is passionate about studying the human mind. Dianne enjoys appreciating art in many of its forms.

Goodbye Little One

Goodbye Little One

Celia Gibbs is a second year student at UNC Chapel Hill who is currently studying English with a focus on creative writing.

tableau vivant

tableau vivant

Biz Hillenbrand is a senior at UNC, where she is double majoring in dramatic arts and advertising/public relations.

My Grandfather Smelled Like Morocco

My Grandfather Smelled Like Morocco

Sarah Flora Chocron is an alum of both the Lake Forest Writing and Thinking Workshop and the SCAD Summer Seminar in Media Writing.

The Hurricane

The Hurricane

In this story, the storm does come, and pass. But amongst the wreckage lies an insincere and performative sense of hope.

The Mourning Ring

The Mourning Ring

As the woman grows older, her life continues on. But the memory of the one she lost never strays from her grip.

the accommodating woman

the accommodating woman

Studies show she’s changed. Black tea, unscented body wash. Yellow instead of blue. But is she done accommodating?

The Electorate

The Electorate

Plenty of fish – a commentary on defining trickery, luck, and innocence, framed around modern political figures.

Rosemary, That’s For Remembrance

Rosemary, That’s For Remembrance

Feel its dry leaves between your fingers; be immersed into a fragrant garden memory that leaves you remembering.