Underlying Shadows by Léa Wheatley-Maltais
    The big-hand froze as our staring contest awaited the ringing of the final bell. I was usually pretty
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The Child is Chosen: A Story of Omelas by Kendra Rogers
The Child is Chosen: a Story of Omelas   With a clamour of bells that set the swallows soaring, the
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The End of the World
  The dull throbbing of last night’s drinks created a barricade in which no positive thoughts could penetrate. I lie
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Conquering Fears by Satvir Kaur
He looked up to see the height of the bridge frame which he had to climb and jump from to
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Delicate Symmetries by Léa Wheatley-Maltais
It’s my last year of high school and, thanks to all these early mornings, I’ve become more of a coffee
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Uber by Jordyn Poirier
“I make most of my money off of real estate, y’know, flipping houses and stuff. Last house sold for two
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Rerouted by Alyssa Le Fort
When Jerri stepped out on the patio, she saw three people from the wedding party she would have to convince
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Reciting Vows by Ryan Grinas
(Pool toy as part of a revenge; ironic twist at the end). When Jerri stepped out on the patio, he
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Picture of author poet Renee Saklikar
Interview with Renée Saklikar
Why  did you decide to write  Children of Air India as poetry? children of air india, which is the first
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