By: Gavin, Age 12
It's like walking home from school on a perfectly warm day, left over lunch money in your pocket, and the sweet, savory sound of your crush's voice bouncing around you like a firefly. Your walk-men is playing those two songs you requested from the radio station, the ones you recorded back to back. It's … Continue reading Esquites
Stabs the tips of your fingers with light and fire. It moves down through your joints until you jolt incandescently. It hurts. Your mind strums a blank chord, but you dance away from the spark sparingly. To be electrocuted. Broken wires curdle and diffuse energy in ways that make the steady, silent, powerful stream of … Continue reading Anatomy of a Broken Wire: Emotional Electrocution and the Spirituality there of.
"Your job as a citizen, and decent human being is to constantly affirm and lift up, and fight for treating people with kindness, respect and understanding." -Barak Obama, said to his daughters after the election. If I can extend this far past "certain kinds of people," or those people who are kind to me... and … Continue reading After the Election.
This short story contains intermittent sensitive material, that although encased in dramatic beauty.. can have many triggers. A story about a few. 'The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas" By: Ursula LaGuin From The Wind's Twelve Quarters With a clamor of bells that set the swallows soaring, the Festival of Summer came to the … Continue reading A Short Story by Ursula K. LaGuin