Have I Told You

Merisa Taylor, Staff Writer, Page Designer

June 5, 2019

Filed under Features, Fiction

How hard this year has been How long each day becomes That I fear what might happen and What has already become of us What about that time we stopped talking for days Oh how I wished to say I’m sorry but instead I said goo...

I remember the first time someone thought I was a boy

Rowan Spillman, GHS Student

June 5, 2019

Filed under Features, Fiction

I remember the first time someone thought I was a boy And it hurt When he said I’m so sorry ma’am It hurt To have the secret glee ripped out Like something I wasn’t allowed to have I remember saying “boys j...

My First Goodbye

Kyle Asberry, GHS Student

June 5, 2019

Filed under Features, Fiction

The first day of rain that’s when you went away. A sensation came that blew me away. Stopped dead in my tacks, Unaware of the black. You came to me with nothing, but A hug and strength to get through the day. I ...

What We Got

Omar Carrillo, Staff Writer

April 11, 2019

Filed under Fiction

     I cried too much, back then. Crying makes people uncomfortable. He told me that in a nervous fit. Among other not so very nice things. Like a cornered animal. He sort of looked that way, too. We were in his bedroom and...

Bittersweet on Arrival

Omar Carrillo, Staff Writer

April 11, 2019

Filed under Fiction

I woke up this morning with a sun-dried throat and moon-shut eyes. The last few shards of dreams shook away as I plucked my body from a plaid comforter; ears dilated enough to hear a stock ringtone play from across the room. I wo...

Fiction