White House First Black Lady

By: J.D. Bundun Michelle Obama a woman of caliber, grace, beauty and pride Serving a nation her country her people, united as one and divided as one Nothing but grace as she present herself to the nation, the world apart A strong woman alike, a category to celebrate...

Sorry

By: William Hollingshead Sorry My pillow is cold with your embrace. You are a dove in a room full of ravens. I wait with bated breath Holding an olive branch. ###   Bio: I am William Hollingshead, an Economics major at Coastal Carolina. I am a server at...

Faith

By: Marquise Jones Faith I have high faith, i have arrogant hope My faith is the only thing that helps me coop To understand i have blessings to come Even when i think the evil has won But sometimes this maze is to hard to solve I feel as if some problems cant be...

The Pool at 84 South: a Memory, a Fear

By: Anthony DeSantis   A boy and his mother undulated over the chlorine sea and an exact moment: learning to swim, remembering breath. Only the sounds of liquid existed. They reminded the mother of when her child crafted waves in the bathtub by hand. She taught...

Time to Ponder

By: Teresa Morrow As I take time to ponder I let my mind wander Are you watching over me now?   I think of those moments we spent And how much it meant Do you remember me?   Sometimes I wish On those times we missed Why did you have to go?   I miss you...