Tag Archives: Poetry

  1. Hormone

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    March 14, 2018 by thewashingteenian

    By E.M Ramsey, Staff Writer   I wish myself into a demi-venus¬† dreamscape glow and I like myself best here. …
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  2. My Place in the World: A Personal Poem

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    September 27, 2017 by thewashingteenian

    By: T, Contributor When I was younger I was always alone I never wanted to do anything I just sat …
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  3. Tonight I Can Write the Saddest Lines

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    August 30, 2017 by thewashingteenian

    By Isabella Hendershot, Staff Reporter Tonight I can write the saddest lines. I can write of all my sad and …
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  4. Eggshells

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    August 16, 2017 by thewashingteenian

    By Sara Malott, Staff Reporter The thing about walking on eggshells is that you will always end up disappointing yourself. …
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  5. The Book in My Hands

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    May 28, 2017 by thewashingteenian

    By Isabella Hendershot, Staff Reporter The books in my hands The books in my hands are another world completely It’s …
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  6. Film Haikus

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    April 23, 2017 by thewashingteenian

    By Andrew Santori, Staff Reporter Great Stanley Kubrick With his grand orchestral track And his trademark glare ¬† With his …
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  7. Where I’m From

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    April 12, 2017 by thewashingteenian

    By Isabella Hendershot, Staff Reporter I am from the new and old books, from fictional things and true stories told. …
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